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Question What is the widest tire i can fit on a 95 xr7?

just like the titlt says.
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Stock wheel? One guy here runs like a 255 65. I'm running a 245 60 and really like it although a hair bigger in the back would have been nice

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I recommend 235/60/15. Anything larger will throw your speedo off and could cause rubbing issues.

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I run 245/50-16 on the street and for my drag radials I run a 255/60/15. Out back you can run just about any size you want with the right rim, but up front 255 is about as big as you can go with out rubbing.

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A search turns up a lot of info on this topic. And pictures too.

Doesn't really do it justice but here's mine.. on an incline...



On this one the wheels were turned slightly to the left so the tire doesn't stick out like it appears in the picture..



I have more pics in my sig but I don't think any of them have my new tires on there.

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Lets say you did the mustang bolt pattern swap... can you run 315's in the rear?

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with stock fan blades i had 235/60 r15 on the front and 275/60r15 on the rear. David
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Lets say you did the mustang bolt pattern swap... can you run 315's in the rear?
With the appropriate sized wheel of coarse..

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Lets say you did the mustang bolt pattern swap... can you run 315's in the rear?
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With the appropriate sized wheel of course..
... with the appropriate HP of course ...

Unless you've got over 350 HP you're wasting your money putting a tire that big on the car. IMHO there's no justification to spend that much money on rims and tires just for the "look" and bragging rights of "I've got 315's baby!".

To my knowledge nobody here has put a 315 on their car. The biggest size I've seen is a 285 and I think Blown38 might be running 305's.

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I wish I could run 235/60/15's. It looks like hardly anyone makes decent performance tires in that size any more. I'll be running 225/60/15's after my current tires finally wear out. I don't mind having my speedometer slightly off if it means I get to the end of that 1/4 mile .4 of a second faster! lol

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295/50R15 in the back on stock wheels.
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I have 255/50R-17s on the rear , They are taking the HP much better than what I had before

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295/50R15 in the back on stock wheels.
Wow how did you manage that? Let's see pics

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Wow how did you manage that? Let's see pics
No kidding! I could only imagine how bulged the sidewalls have to be. I'm running 255/50/17's on a 7" or 7 1/2" rim I wanted to go 275/40 and decided against it due to how narrow the rim is. I'm shocked a tire shop would even mount a 295 series tire on a stock rim.

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Probably look something like this. These are 275/60/R15 - More pix at his cardomain page: http://www.cardomain.com/ride/808231...e-3#8082310012

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Yeah but welds are wide enough to accommodate them. No way a stock wheel will hold a 295. And if it did, not for long.

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that's my car above, I had the same tires on my fanblades before I got the welds. There where no safety issues over the course of a couple years, just had a little premature wear in the middle as to be expected.

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You did a hub swap for those welds correct?

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I used 245/60/15's on my V6 Tbird back in... 04(?) They looked good and I had no problems with them.



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yea i did for the welds, there's also some creative brake clearancing needed unless you are ok with using spacers
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295/50R15 in the back on stock wheels.
yeah gonna have to call BS on this until pictures are posted... Just looked it up in a tire size calculator; 11.6 inches wide.. Recommended for a 8-10 inch wide rim.. What is stock 6.5?

I think a 255/60/15 would have been a better choice then my 245s but idk discount tire was a little weird about mounting the 245s on there.

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Doesn't running a tire that fat on a rim that thin affect the way the sidewall flexes and adversely affect cornering? What have you guys noticed about the difference in cornering between the 215/70 and 235 or 245 tires as far as cornering on stock fanblades or salad shooter wheels?

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Yep, discount outright refused to mount my 255/50/17's on my 7" - 7 1/2" rims. I mounted them myself at the local college auto department.

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Yep, discount outright refused to mount my 255/50/17's on my 7" - 7 1/2" rims. I mounted them myself at the local college auto department.
I'm running 245/45 17s on 8" rims and they are already plenty wide...

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I'm running 245/45 17s on 8" rims and they are already plenty wide...
I'll be upgrading my rims eventually. I'd really like a 275/40/17.

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I'll be upgrading my rims eventually. I'd really like a 275/40/17.
That would be awesome. I was considering stepping upto those on my Mustang but I decided against it because of the rim size and also the lack of benefit on a mostly stock car...

Sounds like a great idea for you though, since your car is definitely not stock.

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Doesn't running a tire that fat on a rim that thin affect the way the sidewall flexes and adversely affect cornering? What have you guys noticed about the difference in cornering between the 215/70 and 235 or 245 tires as far as cornering on stock fanblades or salad shooter wheels?
What I noticed the most was the rear grip out of the hole. I went from some off brand 215/70's to Cooper Cobra's 245/60. Cornering was better too, not nearly as much understeer. In fact I some times got some snap oversteer. Those tires didn't last long though. Then I got Uniroyal 245/60 and those were great tires. Handled better than the Cooper's. I ran 2 sets of those before getting my SC's. I went with 245/50's with my SC's. Kumho ASX I think is the model. Those were ok, I noticed most signfigance over the Uniroyal's and Cooper's when in the rain. The Kumho's are great tires in the rain.

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Thats awesome, I'll have to look into a tire upgrade then.

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