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With the fenders completely rolled and slightly pulled they still rub on turns and medium size dips mainly on the drivers side though. Not really in the position to buy 4 new tires right now. How do you guys think putting the rear in the front and front in the rear will effect it since the fronts are a half inch thinner and there seems to be more room in the front?
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With the fenders completely rolled and slightly pulled they still rub on turns and medium size dips mainly on the drivers side though. Not really in the position to buy 4 new tires right now. How do you guys think putting the rear in the front and front in the rear will effect it since the fronts are a half inch thinner and there seems to be more room in the front?
Why would you need 4 new tires? Car is not awd.

And swapping the wheels from the front axle to rear axle will not have any real effect on the car except maybe a slightly more "off" speedo, ever so slightly.

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Why would you need 4 new tires? Car is not awd.

And swapping the wheels from the front axle to rear axle will not have any real effect on the car except maybe a slightly more "off" speedo, ever so slightly.

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The fronts will need to be replaced soon due to camber wear from the previous owner. And if I kept the rears in the back I would need smaller tires for them not to rub. Would it look retarded with wider in the front?
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Well it is a fwd car so it is practical...there's only one way to find out. Swap them before your tires are gone just to see how it looks that way , I don't think you'll really notice too much of a difference anyways.


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yea probably not since the rears have a little bit higher offset, you would think it would even out. Ill either do that or try to find a good deal on tires. Not sure if I should go for 225 35r19 on front and back our or maybe a 235 35r19.
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Did you have any problems getting the center bore of the wheels to fit onto your hubs?



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Did you have any problems getting the center bore of the wheels to fit onto your hubs?
Hey man I just stumbled upon this. I got rid of these wheels a long time ago but I had to modify the center bore. They were too small so I bored them out with a drill and a metal file until they fit perfectly. Wasn't hard at all and came out pretty good if I might add.
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Hey man I just stumbled upon this. I got rid of these wheels a long time ago but I had to modify the center bore. They were too small so I bored them out with a drill and a metal file until they fit perfectly. Wasn't hard at all and came out pretty good if I might add.
Yea. I had a set of the 18s in same style and was going to use a router to open the bore, but due to the work involved in getting to fit the fenders, I decided to sell. I was just curious if for some reason the 19s were less work, because they look so good.



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Yea. I had a set of the 18s in same style and was going to use a router to open the bore, but due to the work involved in getting to fit the fenders, I decided to sell. I was just curious if for some reason the 19s were less work, because they look so good.
Dude I wanted the 18s but couldn't find them. I loved that style rim. It only took me like 20 minutes to do all 4 rims. I thought it would be a lot of work but it really wasnt at all
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Looks good. Bargain.
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