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Thread: Tire Size & D3 Springs

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    Tire Size & D3 Springs

    Hello all.

    I have a set of 20" wheels about to arrive and I need to buy tires. They are 9x20 front, and 10.5x20 on the rear. The Wagon is stock ride height.

    My question, what tires size do u wagon owners run given the rim specs. I want to go as big as I can esp. on the rear but without sticking out, rubbing, etc.... and should I or should I not add int he D3 lowering springs...... I like the car to look low, but my ride quality is more important.


    Any help would be great.


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    Re: Tire Size & D3 Springs

    Hello,
    The wheel offset will determine if your wheel will stick out or not. The tire is just along for the ride. On a 10.5x20 you would most likely go with a 295/30/R20 tire. Some tires run big and some run small, but that should be your target size.

    Please post pics when you get your wheels on!

    Thank you,

    Dr. Design
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbE View Post
    Hello all.

    I have a set of 20" wheels about to arrive and I need to buy tires. They are 9x20 front, and 10.5x20 on the rear. The Wagon is stock ride height.

    My question, what tires size do u wagon owners run given the rim specs. I want to go as big as I can esp. on the rear but without sticking out, rubbing, etc.... and should I or should I not add int he D3 lowering springs...... I like the car to look low, but my ride quality is more important.


    Any help would be great.


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