For a street tire - I just purchased a set of Continental ExtremeContact DW, 205/50 front and 235/45 rear. Wheels are LSS (6.5" front), and lowered on Nitron Singles. The front tires rub the front splash shield that covers the headlights. The rear tires rub the splash shield that covers the engine room, as well as the splash shield in front of the tire behind the door sill. Sucks. I don't want to run R888's for the street. Have heard great things about the Bridgestone Potenza RE11's, thinking to try 205/45 in front, and as much as I want to go with a wider rear, don't want any rubbing issues, and will probably stick with 225/45.
What do you all think?
Also will have the DW's for sale if anyone not lowered wants to give it a shot....
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