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Old 14 Jul 2004, 08:46 pm
no22
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Default Max size tires for 98 Integra GSR

I have a set of 205/50/15s but I'm looking to go bigger while staying with
the same OEM rim.

Can anyone tell me what happens if I go up to either
215/50/15
or
225/50/15?


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Old 16 Jul 2004, 09:58 pm
Ned Buckmaster
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Default Re: Max size tires for 98 Integra GSR

I have 215/50/15 Dunlop 5000s on my '94 GS-R 4 door with stock rims
and Eiback Pro-Kit springs. With 4 people in the car, one of the rear
tires will rub ever so slightly in a hard turn. Other than that, no
problems, just improvements.

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"no22" <no22@optonline.net> wrote in message news:<ZllJc.28802$_b.12293163@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv. net>...
> I have a set of 205/50/15s but I'm looking to go bigger while staying with
> the same OEM rim.
>
> Can anyone tell me what happens if I go up to either
> 215/50/15
> or
> 225/50/15?

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