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Help pls! I recently lowered my 2014 Challenger SXT on Eibach Sportline springs and I have rubbing on my tires when I do u-turns or any hard turns. I'm not to sure if the rubbing from the height or width. Current I'm running 265/45/20 all around. Can anyone advise me on what's a better tire size to go with since I lowered my car? I'd greatly appreciate it! Ps. I'd like to get rid of that tire/fender gap as much as I can.
 

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Help pls! I recently lowered my 2014 Challenger SXT on Eibach Sportline springs and I have rubbing on my tires when I do u-turns or any hard turns. I'm not to sure if the rubbing from the height or width. Current I'm running 265/45/20 all around. Can anyone advise me on what's a better tire size to go with since I lowered my car? I'd greatly appreciate it! Ps. I'd like to get rid of that tire/fender gap as much as I can.
I would first determine where the rubbing is taking place. It may be something that could be corrected without too much trouble.
 

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Those tires are 29 inches dia. go with 275/40/20
 

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Do you think the 275 will be too tall? Since I already have 265... because right now it's rubbing on a suspension bolt
 

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275 is tire width, 40 is tire height, 20 rim diameter. A 275/40/20 is only 28.7 inches in diameter where a 265/45/20 tire is 29 inches, which is to tall.

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