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Ulithian
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Ulithian Feb 25, 7:23pm - #409327 
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TRD Shocks & Struts with 225/45/18?

Before I spend $$ on the "TRD Shocks and Struts Set" and rims with 225/45/18 tires, does anyone foresee any issues such as the tires rubbing or bottoming out?

If anyone has any pics, that would help too. wink

Thanks!
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InfernoSonoma
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InfernoSonoma Feb 26, 12:27am - #409328 
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That seems like a pretty big tire for an import..maybe you should look into a 40series..
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v3n0m
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v3n0m Feb 26, 3:24am - #409329 

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Tires are too tall, it's gonna throw your speedometer off. Go with a 225/40
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GTS_Rosh Feb 26, 6:37pm - #409330 

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The TRD Tires/wheels set uses 225/40s, so you'll wanna stick with that. You'll only have rubbing issues if you get the wrong offset wheels.
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Ulithian
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Ulithian Feb 26, 7:13pm - #409331 
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Great thanks guys. I'll post pics after everything's done. thumbsup
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