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Old 09-11-17, 02:51 PM   #31
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I'm running that same setup on my 12......255/35/19F and 275/35/19R. I will take a pic and post soon!
As promised, here's my Continental DWS06 255/35F and 275/35R setup (btw, I'm not really double-parked...it's a corner spot at the office and I'm leaning over into the "no man's land" area of the garage corner!). Ironically, this is the same setup as the new RCF. Granted, I believe their wheels are a bit wider!


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Old 09-11-17, 03:16 PM   #32
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I'm on my second set of Bridgestone Potenza S04's 245/35/19 F / 285/30/19 R

I believe there's a couple of other guys like Joe Z who's running this size on the stock rim
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Old 09-11-17, 03:35 PM   #33
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Damn....i love it...thanks
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I haven't seen any 285/30/19 on stock rims i bet they are fat..lol
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Old 09-12-17, 12:58 PM   #35
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I haven't seen any 285/30/19 on stock rims i bet they are fat..lol
It actually looks pretty good from the rear... I'll take a pic after I wash the car up this weekend.
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Old 09-12-17, 03:05 PM   #36
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Ok...thats what's up
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Some ppl say the 285/30/19 Are to big and look funny on a stock width rim i guess i will have to be the judge of that...lol
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Old 09-13-17, 07:58 AM   #38
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I'm on my second set of Bridgestone Potenza S04's 245/35/19 F / 285/30/19 R

I believe there's a couple of other guys like Joe Z who's running this size on the stock rim
Me too, great sizing, great tire.

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I haven't seen any 285/30/19 on stock rims i bet they are fat..lol
Nope, I'm on my second set of tires in this size on the 2008 wheel. They look fine.




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As promised, here's my Continental DWS06 255/35F and 275/35R setup (btw, I'm not really double-parked...it's a corner spot at the office and I'm leaning over into the "no man's land" area of the garage corner!). Ironically, this is the same setup as the new RCF. Granted, I believe their wheels are a bit wider!

Damn, I love those wheels! However that 275/35 in the rear just looks too tall to me.

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Nice set up bro....but the 275/35/19 Are almost stock height just a little wider 255/35/19.but the 285's are not bad at all thanks for the pics.
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I upgraded from the stock Bridgestones to MPSS 245/35 F and 275/35 R - so much more grip, better ride.
Never looking back!! Subtle yet effective upgrade!
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I love ir.....vwry nice
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FYI I just mounted a set of Michelin Pilot 4S on my car last weekend. It's a 2012 and the tires i went with are 255/35/19 Front and 275/30/19 Rear. Drives like a dream. Sidewall looks about the same as stock. These new Michelins are really nice and grippy. Looks much better than stock as well ... the stock sizes look stretched on 2012 wheels.
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some random shots of my new 285/30 on 19inch aftermarket rims. Definitely much wider than OEM thats for sure. Plenty grip, looks great etc. Bit wide given my offset/wheels but been advised on stock newer ISF wheels its no problem.
Still got to change my fronts but in terms of ride comfort, its not as big as difference to the 255/35 i was running. Was expecting a much bumpier ride but similar.
I had to shave the guards etc but that was for my situation given clearance and my offset but yeah looks good.





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some random shots of my new 285/30 on 19inch aftermarket rims. Definitely much wider than OEM thats for sure. Plenty grip, looks great etc. Bit wide given my offset/wheels but been advised on stock newer ISF wheels its no problem.
Still got to change my fronts but in terms of ride comfort, its not as big as difference to the 255/35 i was running. Was expecting a much bumpier ride but similar.
I had to shave the guards etc but that was for my situation given clearance and my offset but yeah looks good.





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Looks good wild off set, tell us what you think of the Kumho PS91s after a few miles are on them, noise and dry grip not worried about wet grip because its looking like a very dry summer in NSW cheers.
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