Originally Posted by Alext
I thought 40 series and 35 series tires were too tall ...stock is 35F/30R.
Too Tall wasn't that some Cowboy. You have to think outside of the box. What fun is it if we all do the same thing. Next time I would go for the 225/40 (F) purely for aesthetics - they are 0.3" smaller OD @ 26.1" (Stock 225/35's are 25.1" OD). The PSS 265/35's are 26.3" OD -vs- stock 255/30 @ 25.3".
Originally Posted by snk
A friend is selling his 245/40/19 and 275/35/19
Anyone here running this size tire? I'm wondering if there'll be rubbing issue
The 245/40's (F) Michelin PSS have an OD @ 26.7" OD (sizes vary +/-0.2" from brand to brand) and that will rub on the inner plastc well as stated by Hoa
. Do your homework, think, measure. All the data is available on the "Tire Rack" website.
If you want to play it safe and not do the work - buy the stock sizes.