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My 17's with a 45 series tire stand 25 inches tall. What series would i have to run on an 18? With the 17's i'm gonna have to cut some of the inner fender on the front to lay out. So what would i need to do on an 18 so i wouldn't have to cut the fenders?
 

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I ran a 225/40/18 tire in the front. In the rear you may be able to go up to 235/40/18
 

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I ran a 225/40/18 tire in the front. In the rear you may be able to go up to 235/40/18
Was that laid on the X member with no contact with the fender and the tire? I'm on 225/45/17 right now
 

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if my math is right to have the same tire height on 18's as you did your 17's i think ud hav to run a 35 series tire. i know nuthin about bags but i figured id just throw it out there
 

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if you switch to 18's and wanna sell your 17's i maybe interested. i recently just purchased 4 new tires for my R/T rims and they would a perfect fit on some new 17's!
 

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Was that laid on the X member with no contact with the fender and the tire? I'm on 225/45/17 right now
Yes I was laying x member and there was minimal rubbing. Just rubbed the plastic inner fenderwell.
 

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Karas3434 said:
if you switch to 18's and wanna sell your 17's i maybe interested. i recently just purchased 4 new tires for my R/T rims and they would a perfect fit on some new 17's!
The problem is they are R/T rims!! lol
 
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