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Old 09-11-17, 01:51 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, 02:16 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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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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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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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, 06:58 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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