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  • #16
    when i had 195/50/15s on mx3gs wheels the cleared the rear perfect but i had to roll the front lip of the fenders under and it was fine. with the new car i mounted those tires on Yaris steelies and had no issues at all.
    Im not driving a Festiva because I'm poor. I drive a Festiva because i want to!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by bhazard View Post
      Like I said its way more than just the tire...
      Yep, wheel width, offset... Heck, even the same size tire from different manufacturers vary in dimension. Suspension setup, ride height....

      The thing is, if you want a larger tire, you have to make room for it one way or another. Find what rubs and make clearance. If that means rolling fender lips or cutting, cambering, whatever. If you want it, mod for it. Otherwise stick with tiny tires.