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has or is anyone running a 275-40-20 on the front of their srt8 on the stock 20s? the ones i ...



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Old 08-07-2011, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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has or is anyone running a 275-40-20 on the front of their srt8 on the stock 20s? the ones i am thinking of running are 28.7" tall and 10.9" wide. towho has done this is there any issues? if you have what was the specs on your tires?
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Plenty of people have done it so they could rotate tires. Personally, I think the wider tire is hard on the steering components...plus good tires usually are directional.
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I did it this spring... Yokohama Parada Spec-X 275-40-20's all around. Fit just fine without any issue.

It feels really good to me... I can't comment on longevity yet, but the ride is nicer and quieter than with the stock RSA's I still had on there.

They are directional, but now I can at least rotate front to back on the same side, too.
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Old 08-09-2011, 06:26 PM   #4 (permalink)
 
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thanks Big Bruin. the Yokohama Parada Spec-X 275-40-20 specs are 28.6 tall, 10.8 section wide and 9.6 tread width. the Atturo Az800 that i am looking at is 28.7 tall, 10.9 section width and 9.3 tread width. those are very close in size. do you have pics of just the front rims and tires?
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I'll try to take some sometime soon. All I saw on my computer was a shot of my fogs that kinda catches the profile of the tire in the front wheel well...

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