The wheels apparently came off a STS-V.id be surprised if you can fit an 11.5 on the rear. i think 11 is the widest ppl have been able to go.
TimmyC's got 10.5" rears, so it'd have a harder time running 305s. That tire size calculator is pretty amazing though. I just need to get to measuring the first.Check out the thread "new wheels inside" by Timmy C by using the search. It'll answer all your questions about wheel and tire fitment.
Absolutely. Im fairly confident they were on the car, but we'll see. The wheels have a lot of curb rash, so they went on something. Worse case, I buy two new fronts and use the 10.5s for the back.I don't see how they possibly could. My 10.5s are extremely close to the chassis on the inside and the tires are flush with the wheel wells.
Post up pics if you buy them.
No, I'm not intending to stretch the tires. I'm assuming I'll have fender clearance issues, that's all.Stretched tires are for Asian teenagers.
How do you not know what these wheels were on? It's starting to sound like they were on an srx.
As far as I know, yes. Just get a tire that's a few sizes smaller than the recommended size for the rim. I believe it was originally intended to fit wider wheels than the fender can handle, by having the sidewall at an angle to conform with the fender. Allows for a lower ride height too.How do you even stretch tires? They do look pretty bad. Is it just a tire inflated on a wider rim?
Thanks, I'm excited to put them on soonish. They came in and I got to measure them. You're exactly right, 9"/10.5". Do you recall what offsets you are running?That's a cool wheel design. My Forgelines are 9/10.5 so I bet yours will be too. They should fit perfect. 275/35 and 305/35 or 275/30 and 305/30. I'm going to try the 30 series for my next set of tires. I have the 35s now but I don't like how tall the rears are.