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Old 11-13-2012, 06:40 PM   #1
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Bigger tires than stock?

So the stock size 17s are 215/45/17, And I'm due for new tires soon. I don't want to lower, I like the ground clearance for winter, but I'd like to close that huuuge gap. I know 225/45/17 should be no problem, anyone running that or even a larger size with the stock 17" multi spokes? I have a 2009 SES coupe. Thanks.

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