20" rear wheels with eibach springs tire size? Help
Having a lot of trouble deciding on tire and wheel sizes for my 99 GTS for placing my order with Forgeline.Can anybody tell me if they have run 355/30 on 20 inch rims in the rear that are 13 inches wide? Is there rubbing issues? I was told by a very good reputable person that I should back the 20 inch rim down to 12.5 inches in width and go with a 345 that way the tire is not stretched at 12.5. I was also told that if I go to 13 width on a 20 inch rim With the 355/30 it will rub, I am contemplating going 19 inch wheels on all 4 and putting a 355 30 on the rear, and going 295/ 30 front and having the front wheel 11" width. I'm dropping a lot of money on having wheels built by Forge line, and I'm being ultra picky right now because there's so many different options and sizes. I need some help and guidance. Suggestions anybody? Remember I'm putting Eibach lowering springs on and that's it. I don't want to drop the money on tires and having the wheels built only to wish that I did it a different way , thanks
Thanks guys, what are your thoughts on since I'm having the wheels built by forge line having the rear at 12 1/2 instead of 13 so the tires don't look as stretched ? I don't want the rim of the tire sticking out further than the tire, so I was told that's the reason they suggest making the rear with 12 or 12.5.
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