325/30R19 on lowered S550?

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I have a 2018 PP1 Magnaride car with Steeda 1 inch lowering springs. I just ordered a set of SVE SP2 rims 19/10 fronts and 19/11 rears. I would like to run 285/35R19 fronts and 325/30R19 rear. Anyone running this setup? Any clearance issues? Pics would be great. Thanks👍





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19x11 max is 315mm
325 is just too big for a 11. Of course you can put a 345 on a 11 but that doesn't mean you should.
Stay 305
Save money. Be safer. and have still a great grip and look
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19x11 max is 315mm
325 is just too big for a 11. Of course you can put a 345 on a 11 but that doesn't mean you should.
Stay 305
Save money. Be safer. and have still a great grip and look
Alex
I don’t disagree with your point but 11” is often sited as acceptable minimum width for 325s. It’s definitely not ideal however, there are other reasons that could justify picking them.

-They’re just about the perfect diameter (26.7” across...though this will vary slightly from brand to brand).

-325/30/19 is size that seems to be available in a number of tire models that also offer 285/35/19, a popular size for the front. They often don’t offer a 305 or 315.

-They look cool as hell.

Of course 305 might give better performance on the same rim....
 
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I get the wheel to tire fitment and the recommendations. Ive worked at a dealership my entire life and have done more tire work than I care to think of lol. I am more asking if anyone has a S550 lowered 1 inch all the way around with 325/30r19 and 285/35r19 for clearance reasons.
 

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Depends on your off set , for comparison I used a tire cacultor to compare the tires with my set up . I am on 20 and running sport line springs 1.5 drop . What you want to run are shorter and wider then what I am running . Again it will depend on off set if you get a rub . Picture below for comparison. Fronts 255/35 rears 305/30



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Depends on your off set , for comparison I used a tire cacultor to compare the tires with my set up . I am on 20 and running sport line springs 1.5 drop . What you want to run are shorter and wider then what I am running . Again it will depend on off set if you get a rub . Picture below for comparison. Fronts 255/35 rears 305/30



20191005_064726.jpg


20200105_114715.jpg


20200105_114658.jpg
Thanks for the post man! I'm getting the SVE SP2 wheels they are +35 front and +50 rear.
 

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325s with SVE 11" offset will rub lowered. At stock height like mine it's ok, but not lowered.

You need like a 55-60 offset in the rear to make it flush with that kind of tire.

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325s with SVE 11" offset will rub lowered. At stock height like mine it's ok, but not lowered.

You need like a 55-60 offset in the rear to make it flush with that kind of tire.

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Thank you thats what I needed to know 👍
 

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325/30, 48 offset and -2° camber on Steeda min drop (0.5" drop). No rubbing

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