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Old 10-12-2012, 11:19 AM
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315/35-20 nittos

Just got home from gettin some new back tires, went with the nitto nt05 in a 315/35-20, car is still on jack stands, they were touching the fender liner on the inside at the front on the bottom, got some 5/16" spacers to try I will post a better pic of them on the car when I get it down off the stands
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Old 10-12-2012, 02:24 PM
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Did you put those on stock 9" rims?
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I have them on my 2011 392 once you lower the car they will clear.....i half a half inch clearence and have been running them for a year with no issues and no spacers, no rubbing on 20 x 9 stock rims at 40lbs tire pressure.....I run them hard too
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Those are going to look f-ing sweet.
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Try it first without spacers... the IDR suspension kinda bows/bends when it's off the ground... BUT once you lower the car the suspension will flatten/straighten back out and you shouldn't need any spacers. I run OEM SRT wheels on my car with 315's didn't have any rubbing issues until I took the car in for a tranny service and the tech ran it through the gears while it was up on the lift DOH!!! Promptly proceeded to tear a nice hole in each fender liner Oh... and it is gonna look BAD AZZ once they're on!!! Good luck!
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Yeah they're on my stock 9" rims

They turned out pretty good I think, I like them anyways. Got them on there with the 5/16" spacers now
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What size are you running on the the front? 275/40s or 255/45s....They look good. I'm about to move the Lexanis I have to get the 22 off the back and go back to 20s all around...and put on NT05s also.
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The fronts are still the stock 245/45-20 Goodyear F1s, when I replace them I'm going to go with 275/40-20s, probably will put nt05s there too but I'm not sure, I may go with something less aggressive on the front like the nitto motivo
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How is the performance of theses tires? I'm thinking about going this route when I need new rear tires.
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