17" rims with the performance pack?

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - Exterior Upgrades' started by JAMES'12SHO, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. Johnbigdog

    Johnbigdog SHO Member

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    Well yeah 18 inch tires will fit on an 18 inch rim. Now that I got the smart ass comment out of the way, go to tiresize.com/comparison and see how different they are between your factory tires. Pay attention to width too.
     
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    First pic is my winter tire size compared to your 255/55/18


    Second pic is factory 20 comared to your 255/55/18[​IMG][​IMG]

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    Edit on previous posts [​IMG]

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    Thank you for that info!
    So based on a fairly common swap 255/45r20 from the stock 245/45r20, the 255/55r18 has identical dimensions with the exception of the sidewall height. I am pretty confident these will work without issue.
    Thoughts?[​IMG]

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    I agree thepy should work

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    I didnt remember until I looked at my car, my blizzakz are 255/55r18. You should have no problems.

    On a side note, skinny tires are usually better in snow and mud. They are like a cookie cutter vs a rolling pin. I dont have too much trouble with mine.
     
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    Agreed, but at 30 dollars a tire, it's kind of hard to pass up...

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    That green looks so good!
     
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    Its actually black

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