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      11-11-2018, 12:14 AM   #1
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I've got 275/30/19 front & 295/30/19 rear.
These are my daily's, 6 wet track days on this set of PS4S, no problems on 437m's.
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I've got 275/30/19 front & 295/30/19 rear.
These are my daily's, 6 wet track days on this set of PS4S, no problems on 437m's.
Nice and they hook good on the street?
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On a dry street they spin some on concrete in second gear with a stage 1 tune.
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On a dry street they spin some on concrete in second gear with a stage 1 tune.
I think this tire rack article will help:

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiret...jsp?techid=198
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On a dry street they spin some on concrete in second gear with a stage 1 tune.
I think this tire rack article will help:

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiret...jsp?techid=198
Don't bring those facts in here! It's all about cramming the largest tire possible on your wheels!
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What's the biggest rear tire I can up on the stock 19's
The Toyo tire website shows you tire specifications including wheel width sizes (min/ideal/max). It was helpful for me when finding winter tires.
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What's the biggest rear tire I can up on the stock 19's
The Toyo tire website shows you tire specifications including wheel width sizes (min/ideal/max). It was helpful for me when finding winter tires.
I would be happy with 305/30s then! Beefy enough for ya?!
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