Prokit lowered. . whats the concesus my peoples. . bound to encounter issues (rubbing)?
Its the wheel drama all over again Curtis! Thing is. . they don't make the wheel in +45mm spec! :sad: What do you have again. .+42mm right ?altimateone said:I plan to replace my tires with 245/40 when the time comes. If you want to be on the safe side +45mm would be better with a tire that size.
Yeah, I got your emails. Did you get any of my replies? I sent you the numbers to a couple of spots in the Bronx you should check out. Maybe in this case, you may want to get the wheels at a shop instead of online. That way if the tires don't fit, they can send back the old tires and get you new ones, like they did with that dude with the Envoy. So the hassle is on them instead of you. All you do is drive to and from the place when they come in. Plus, I know that when I did my research, my rims/tires were cheaper at actual shops than online anyway.Jaystarzz said:^ there you are ya bum You get my e-mails ? Thing is. . these would be shipped to me. I'm thinking worst come to worst, roll the fender lip. . and you're right, I have people inmy backseat like. . once a year lol
nope, that same size +40mm. But if I knew way back then what I know now, I would of tried for a +45mm!Jaystarzz said:Its the wheel drama all over again Curtis! Thing is. . they don't make the wheel in +45mm spec! :sad: What do you have again. .+42mm right ?
JerryJ has +45mm on his 19X8'saLtWeEzY said:we have gone through this in the past. There is a chance you may rub but keep in mind that it all depends what brand of tire too...JerryJ can attest to this. I have hanook 245/40 and I just moved 500lbs not including myself and had no issues at all. Matter of fact my 235/50 kuhmo's look as wide as the hanooks
well you can go 245/35... thats what I'm running with no rubbing problemsJaystarzz said:thanks for the input fellas . . unfortunately +40 is the only (closest to +45) offset I can get the wheel in.. I think I'ma go for it & **** around with the fender lip if need be. The tire I have in mind is the Hankook Ventus K104 as well. . well I guess I'll see how it goes , Thanks peoples. ..
Yeah I know. . I just think 35 is too small for these shitty NY roads :sad: The extra sidewall with the 40 makes me feel a little safer. . but not much reallyaltimateone said:well you can go 245/35... thats what I'm running with no rubbing problems
Believe me, you want as much meat as possible on your rims. Driving around here is shitty. The difference between my stock 16's and the 19's are night and day.Jaystarzz said:Yeah I know. . I just think 35 is too small for these shitty NY roads :sad: The extra sidewall with the 40 makes me feel a little safer. . but not much really
anytime you can have a taller tire profile will give you smoother ride. So the bigger diameter you go with the rim the shorter the profile gets..GHOST619 said:also, how is the ride on 19s or 20s? Would a smaller rim provide a better ride?