: Michelin PSS 345/30-19 rear tires



al pettee
04-29-12, 12:18 AM
Anyone know if the V-sedan can run Michelin PSS 345/30-19 rear tires without rubbing?

They would need a 19X11.5-12.5" rim.

These would work with PSS 255/40-19's in front with matching diameters (27.2" in back, 27.1" up front).

With or without D3 lowering springs.

thebigjimsho
04-29-12, 02:20 AM
You'd be the first.

LV_V
04-29-12, 04:45 AM
You won't even get close on the sedan. The Michelin tires run wider than most and a 305 is pushing it on the sedan. 11" is the widest rear wheel you will fit.

I would go out on a limb and say that even their 325 30 19 will not fit back there without some fairly involved modification.

al pettee
04-29-12, 12:55 PM
Yes, sounds like it would need fender flares plus modified axles.

Havasusteve
04-30-12, 02:36 AM
Al,

I have 305.30.19's on a modified front rim widened to 10.5 " with 15" hubcentric adapters/spacers.
Here are some pics. You can see that the inside of the rim is VERY close and on the PSS tire, there is a ton of curb protection which actually gives the tire on my car the appearance that it is sticking out past the edge. In reality, it is sticking out by MAYBE 2-3mm

Hope this helps

Steve

Ste_V_e
04-30-12, 03:52 AM
Al,

I have 305.30.19's on a modified front rim widened to 10.5 " with 15" hubcentric adapters/spacers.
Here are some pics. You can see that the inside of the rim is VERY close and on the PSS tire, there is a ton of curb protection which actually gives the tire on my car the appearance that it is sticking out past the edge. In reality, it is sticking out by MAYBE 2-3mm

Hope this helps

Steve


Nice. Any chance of a full rear shot of the car so we can see the full stance?

Thanks
-Steve

Havasusteve
04-30-12, 11:05 AM
Nice. Any chance of a full rear shot of the car so we can see the full stance?

Thanks
-Steve

No problem :)

thebigjimsho
04-30-12, 11:51 AM
Steamroller.

D3 Outlet
04-30-12, 09:24 PM
Hello Al,

The most you can Widest wheel and tire you can run on a sedan is an 11 inch wide rim with a 305 width tire and that even sticks out a hair pass the rear fenders. We ran a 345/25R20 on our wide body with a 13" wide wheels 3" fender modification.

al pettee
05-01-12, 06:14 PM
Thanks Steve, nice pics. :yup:

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Hello Al,

The most you can Widest wheel and tire you can run on a sedan is an 11 inch wide rim with a 305 width tire and that even sticks out a hair pass the rear fenders. We ran a 345/25R20 on our wide body with a 13" wide wheels 3" fender modification.

Any pics? :)

Was that on a V1 or V2?

Were they bolt-on flares or replacement fenders?

Thanks.

D3 Outlet
05-01-12, 07:47 PM
http://i48.tinypic.com/2wbusfr.jpg

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By the way Al, These are custom wide body that We do in our facility... They are not an add on fender flares.

al pettee
05-01-12, 10:24 PM
http://i48.tinypic.com/2wbusfr.jpg

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By the way Al, These are custom wide body that We do in our facility... They are not an add on fender flares.

Nice and clean! :cool2:

ChasJr
05-03-12, 12:46 PM
[/COLOR]By the way Al, These are custom wide body that We do in our facility... They are not an add on fender flares.[/QUOTE]


Nice, how much does it cost for the sedan..WAIT WAIT WAIT.......Ok im sitting down now...

Venomous-V
05-03-12, 10:27 PM
I have a set of 305/30/19 Super Sports w/50 miles on them for sale if interested.

cotty
05-06-12, 05:59 PM
How much and where in pa
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Venomous-V
05-07-12, 04:21 PM
How much and where in pa
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