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I know this is no were near from being a new topic but... #21338 Jun 15, 11:09pm Jun 15, 11:09pm
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I know this is no were near from being a new topic but...
I know this has been asked millions of times.. but i am wanting to get some 18 inch wheels.. and i was wondering what size tire would be good.. and what would be the idea drop i can do that will still keep me from not rubbing.. thanx in advance..

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Re: I know this is no were near from being a new topic but... [Re: FlatSpin187] #21340 Jun 15, 11:35pm Jun 15, 11:35pm
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I do not know about the size tire. But I do know that the lowest drop you would want would be Hotchkis (1 3/8 front, 1 7/8 rear). TRD and Eibach prokit will drop you about an inch all around. Sorry I can't help more, just my 2 cents. thumbsup

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Re: I know this is no were near from being a new topic but... [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #21341 Jun 16, 6:31am Jun 16, 6:31am
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215/40-18's or 225/40-18 would be ok if you want you can drop down to 35 seriers but you can stay at a 40 seriers

Re: I know this is no were near from being a new topic but... [Re: celica2kgts] #21342 Jun 16, 7:16am Jun 16, 7:16am
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Originally Posted by celica2kgts
215/40-18's or 225/40-18 would be ok if you want you can drop down to 35 seriers but you can stay at a 40 seriers


Also stay between +35 and +42 offset for your rims thumbsup

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