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    215/40-17 on stock 17s with Eibach Sportline

    I did a search but couldn't find any info. I'd like to get the 215/40 Pirelli, called TireRack and was told that if I went with the 215 on stock wheels I'd have to get 215/35. I wouldn't want to do that because that will create a bigger gap.

    Does any of you guys run 215/40 on stock wheels, and do you have any rubbing issues? My car is lowered on Eibach Sportline.


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    Quote Originally Posted by orlin View Post
    I did a search but couldn't find any info. I'd like to get the 215/40 Pirelli, called TireRack and was told that if I went with the 215 on stock wheels I'd have to get 215/35. I wouldn't want to do that because that will create a bigger gap.

    Does any of you guys run 215/40 on stock wheels, and do you have any rubbing issues? My car is lowered on Eibach Sportline.


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    Think if I remember correctly you can just go to 205 on stocks.
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    if you are interested, you can get the factory 205/40 size in the firestone indy 500s, they run wide and look great. For example, they rub on full lock, which demonstrates how wide they run, my pirellis and falken azenis rt615k never rubbed, just goes to show how wide the 205/40 are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gverelli View Post
    if you are interested, you can get the factory 205/40 size in the firestone indy 500s, they run wide and look great. For example, they rub on full lock, which demonstrates how wide they run, my pirellis and falken azenis rt615k never rubbed, just goes to show how wide the 205/40 are.
    Is this the one? https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires...I5XL&tab=Sizes

    Do you by any chance have the width (actual in inches or cm) so I could compare it to the Pirellis?

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    Last edited by orlin; 06-20-2018 at 05:53 PM.

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    Ya it's those ones, no prob I can try and get you a measure tomorrow!
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    I think my Bridgestone RE71Rs are 215/40/17 and they probably rub when I'm at full lock on the autocross course.
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    Sorry for the late reply, if i did this correctly, the firestones are exactly 8" wide, the falkens are 7.5" wide. So either the firestones run wide, or the falkens run skinny loll but from the pics its pretty clear the firestones are more square. You can notice it the most looking at the bottom of the tire/rim in the pictures.

    When the firestones are in the front they rub on full lock, and when they are in the rear the driver side rubs on the inner fender when the back bottoms out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gverelli View Post
    Sorry for the late reply, if i did this correctly, the firestones are exactly 8" wide, the falkens are 7.5" wide. So either the firestones run wide, or the falkens run skinny loll but from the pics its pretty clear the firestones are more square. You can notice it the most looking at the bottom of the tire/rim in the pictures.

    When the firestones are in the front they rub on full lock, and when they are in the rear the driver side rubs on the inner fender when the back bottoms out.

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    Thank you so much, this helps a lot!! I am going to go for the Firestones.

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    no prob!
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    Dang sportlines must lower quite a bit, I run 205/40/r17 and never have a problem with my neuspeed springs!
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