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just playing..

but what would you guys do? roll the rear fenders to try to fit 285-30-20 in the back or just run a 275-30-20 in the back and not have to mess with the fenders? :hmm:
 

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Depends on the amount of roll.
 

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With the proper offset you can fit 285's in the back without rolling the fenders.

Are you talking about the stock wheels or aftermarket?
 

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Custom CF flares by Lensolo. :thumbup:
 

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Mike, it depends how you look at the car. If you like modding a car and don't mind a permanent alteration, roll them and stuff the widest rubber you can.

If you are paranoid about it, then just stick to 275's.

Me personally? I'd minitub it and run 345's back there :clap:
 

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C-AMG's are also rolled. In the wrong f-in places.
 

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It only rubs when I corner to the point of almost breaking the rear end loose meaning not that often. It rubs where the bumper meets the quarter panel so not much can be done in that area.
 

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Don't worry the rear tires are almost at wear bars. I drive it plenty hard. ;)
 

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To be used on springs ONLY! According to Dut of course. :lol:
 

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I'll grind or warp anything that needs it. My Buicks rear fenderwells are next. Time to fit some bigass DR's back there.
 

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Roupin said:
SDSilverM3 said:
C-AMG's are also rolled. In the wrong f-in places.
Hahaha...speaking of which, doesn't the rubbing bother you? You should roll yours too :dunno:
i'll go to the parking lot and check it out in a bit. so if they are telling me i need to roll my fenders to fit a 285 tire, that means i should prolly not do it if my fenders are already rolled?
 

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Just get 275 and tuck that bitch! If anything sell the tires and get 285 later since the 275's are pretty common.
 
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