Need some help on proper size tires for the SVE S350 19x10 19x11 for Michelin PS4S

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    #1 5.0_SD, Nov 6, 2019
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    Hi all, I'm in need of some help finding the right sizes of tire for my setup.
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    Front: 19x10, +40mm, 7" backspace
    Rear: 19x11, +50mm, 8" backspace
    Already lowered at least 1.5 inches

    Currently have nitto nt 555 g2 in 285/35/19 and 305/35/19...I am wanting to go towards something like the Michelin PS4S...need help on sizing. The only thing I see close to keeping the front lower than the rear in the PS4S is 295/30 and 325/30. I know there is a 285/35 that will match the front Nitto's but the rear is the issue as the 305 in the PS4S is only available with a 30 sidewall which makes it less in diameter than the front 285/35. I'm hoping the 295/30 and 325/30 would fit without any rubbing.
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    285/35 front and 325/30 rear. No issues. 20191103_033948.jpg
     
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    Thank you for the reply. I was trying to keep the front diameter less than the rear which is why I was really wanting to know about the 295/30 up front. It seems the consensus on the rear is that I'll be fine with 325/30 and a +50mm offset.
     
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    Instead of going PS4S you could go with the super sports. Go 285/35/19 front and 305/35/19 in the rear.
     
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    Oh I did give that thought, but I don't know how much longer they will be in production seeing as the PS4S is the successor to the PSS, meaning that if the next time I need tires and lets say they are no longer in production, I'm right back here again asking the same question. Also, the PS4S are better tires and are only a few bucks more than the PSS. It is nice that right now they can be a fall back. I hoping that if I go the 295/30 325/30 route that since I'm coilovers and have a bit of adjustability in my suspension that I can make them work. I've been told by a vendor that it should fit with no issues, given what I have.
     
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