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****Official Wheel & Tire Fitment Guide for SC300/SC400****

 
Old 04-21-19, 12:58 AM
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I have 1993 SC300. She's slammed to the ground, and looking for advice on wheel fitment. Would 18" 9.5's fit in the front? Offset +25. Fenders already rolled.
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i have some 18x9.5 +15 squared for my sc300
all fenders are rolled, what tire size should I get to achieve a proper fitment, don't really want stretch. will be a daily driver/canyon/drifter
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Originally Posted by naSC3 View Post
i have some 18x9.5 +15 squared for my sc300
all fenders are rolled, what tire size should I get to achieve a proper fitment, don't really want stretch. will be a daily driver/canyon/drifter
You bought the wrong offsets for someone that doesn't want to stretch. You're probably looking at a 235/40/18 or 225/40/18 given the low offset.
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I currently have a 20x10.5 square setup +31 front/+22 rear with 255/30/20's. Baby stretch imo.

Looking at a 20x10.5 +38 and 20x11.5 +30 setup. The fronts will be retracted by 7mm and the rears will poke 5mm more. I'm ok with that because the fronts are more aggressive looking at the moment. What tire sizes would you recommend with the new setup? Was thinking I would either keep the same 255/30/20 for the fronts but maybe downsize to 245/30/20. For the rears I was thinking either 265/30/20 or 275/30/30.

I just want to make sure the stretch is the same as I want it to look all around aesthetically pleasing. Don't want too much of a stretch up front and a beefier rear setup. I'm on coilovers and have aftermarket adjustability front and rear. Camber is currently at 0 front and between -1 and -1.5 rear with no wheel gap in the front and a slight gap in the rear for the raked look.

Any tire size help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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