2016 PP SHO - Looking to fill wheel wells

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - Exterior Mods' started by 2016 SHO, Feb 11, 2019 at 8:52 AM.

  1. 2016 SHO

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    Anyone have any recommendations on tire size to take up the space, sure I know I could lower it but maybe a little larger tire won't be so bad either.

    Also open to rim/tire combos since my girlfriend says my wheels look like flowers! Maybe staggered?
     
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    Lower it! No way you can fill the wheel well just with bigger tire size unless you install some tractor tires!
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    Ha! I second Oma's very direct answer to your conundrum.

    Absolutely LOWER IT!

    1st pic, and older one of my SHO, on factory wheels/tires, and lowered on H&R's, parked next to bone stock set up on a silver SHO.

    Remaining two, on powdercoated gloss black TSW Nurburgring (staggered), Conti DSW shoes, and rocking the original 32 way adjustable Megan Racing coil overs.

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    Yep...lower it.
     

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