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Old 11-06-2016, 05:49 PM   #466
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TR Motorsports 17x8.5 et40 245/40 square.

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Anybody know if the M-Pars from an E38 will fit on the ti's? if so, what size tires?
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Default Rims 8.5J x 17H2 ET 44 - Tires to fit?

I have some old Breyton Rims 8.5J x 17H2 ET 44 and looking for recommendations for tires that are close to stock height and widest without rub so no modifications to the car. Running H&R Sport Springs with Bilstein Struts and shocks Any help is greatly appreciated.
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With a 3mm spacer you can run 245/40 on all 4 corners.

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I have some old Breyton Rims 8.5J x 17H2 ET 44 and looking for recommendations for tires that are close to stock height and widest without rub so no modifications to the car. Running H&R Sport Springs with Bilstein Struts and shocks Any help is greatly appreciated.
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With a 3mm spacer you can run 245/40 on all 4 corners.
I guessing the 3mm spacer is for the front to prevent rubbing on the strut?
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I guessing the 3mm spacer is for the front to prevent rubbing on the strut?
Exactly. You might be able to get by without them but keep it in mind.
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Exactly. You might be able to get by without them but keep it in mind.
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This is for anyone who’s interested how style 237 would on our cars. It’s 18x8 et30 square fitment. Tires are 225/40/18.
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