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I was wondering how bad it would rub.
im not really asking if it would rub
just how bad

if its like completely not do-able what tire size looks the best that keeps the fenders still looking full

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if I'm not mistaken thats the stock tire size...you shouldn't rub but if you do it will only be when you hit a good sized bump/dip
 

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yeah you are right that is the stock tire size.
thats good to know


i thought i was going to have to replace tires and get a tire with less side wall.

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you WILL rub up front on turns and bumps...quite a bit really.

rears are fine, but you need a smaller front tire
 

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damn i was thinking that because i just went out and looked and the inside wheel well has a sort of a bump that looks like it would hit the tire.

what size tire keeps the wheel well looking full though without rubbing? i dont want a tire that looks too small leaving a gap between the top of the tire and the bottom of the fender.
 
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