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curious....

Do you get snow there? Do you plan to drive in the winter? If yes and yes, what type of tires do you plan on when you widen?
 

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Do you get snow there? Do you plan to drive in the winter? If yes and yes, what type of tires do you plan on when you widen?
?? that doesn't make any difference what so every with the question the OP was asking.

275's on the front and 315's on the rear is about as wide as you want to go before the tires will start to over hang.
 

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well gee....

Thank you for that. There are some young people on this forum and I thought mentioning winter driving was worth doing because he lives in Oregon and is thinking about making winter driving worse by going wider. Hopefully he already understands that and/or has a summer set of wheels and tires planned and if needed, a winter set. It was worth mentioning.
 

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several firms (e.g., LG, CCW) offer 18x10 and 19x11 combos that allow for 275/325 combos. I have the LGs. The 325s don't rub, but visually stick out a bit more than I like.


 

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several firms (e.g., LG, CCW) offer 18x10 and 19x11 combos that allow for 275/325 combos. I have the LGs. The 325s don't rub, but visually stick out a bit more than I like.


That looks good, did you have to use a different offset to get that fit?
 

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I was told over the weekend you CAN put 325's on the rear, you can also have the wheels offset changed and manage to fully hide the complete wheel under the quarter panels.
 

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325s fit without changing offsets/wheels?

I know 325s can fit on stock C6 rims (please do not bother telling me that is not recommended - I do not live by lawyer speak) and might stick out a bit, but will they clear on the inside?
 

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I don't know what the offset is. They are as purchased from LG. LG could tell you the measurement.

Danko, those are 325s on my car and I have no rubbing. Just make sure you get the right rims. CCW and LG have the correct fit.
 

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325/275s on CCWs and couldn't be happier.:woowoo:

 

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several firms (e.g., LG, CCW) offer 18x10 and 19x11 combos that allow for 275/325 combos. I have the LGs. The 325s don't rub, but visually stick out a bit more than I like.


Could I Run 345 on stock body? Will it clear on inside? How far would it poke out?
 
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