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    Ccw Owners help

    I値l be purchasing some ccw soon and will be going for 9j front and 11.5j rears but I知 wondering what size rear tyres to go for and what痴 the max I can go as I run a 10j now with 295/35/18

    I知 also thinking of going 17s on the back so I can run a 45 profile tyre

    Your thoughts ?

    Many thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supraleeturbo View Post
    I’ll be purchasing some ccw soon and will be going for 9j front and 11.5j rears but I’m wondering what size rear tyres to go for and what’s the max I can go as I run a 10j now with 295/35/18

    I’m also thinking of going 17s on the back so I can run a 45 profile tyre

    Your thoughts ?

    Many thanks guys
    Mainly depends on your offset mate and if you have your arches rolled? Here is a guide I put together with standard Supra wheels for comparison if its of any help

    Like the idea of going for 17s on the back as would look a little more aggressive with keeping the style too plus can put the power down a little better
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    Hi mate

    For info I have the following CCWs fitted:

    18x10 7.25 and 18x11 8.25

    Tyres are near new (still have red line) Toyo Proxes T1-Rs and fronts are 265/35/18 and the Rears 295/35/18.

    I might be able to stretch them wider at rear but being honest I find traction is awesome with this setup. The Giken differential definitely helps but I can put the power down well.

    Like the idea of 17's at rear though!

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    Chingy's Supra runs a 17" rear if I remember correctly.

    I've got a 315/30 on my rears which are 11.5J. Any wider and you'll start rubbing. Make sure you've got aftermarket coilovers as well, stock Bilsteins are too thick and will foul the wheel
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    My wheel specs:

    CCW Classics fully polished

    18x10 fronts +41 7.125 backspace
    18x11.5 rears +51 8.25 backspace

    Rear 315x30x18
    Front 265x35x18

    Toyo R888Rs all round. Perfect setup


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    Quote Originally Posted by Style View Post
    Chingy's Supra runs a 17" rear if I remember correctly.

    I've got a 315/30 on my rears which are 11.5J. Any wider and you'll start rubbing. Make sure you've got aftermarket coilovers as well, stock Bilsteins are too thick and will foul the wheel
    Yup 17痴 on the rears of mine




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