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Ok, I just ordered some new wheels. I purchased some 22" inch Asanti AF116's. This was a big investment and I want to make sure the wheel/tire setup is correct. I got 22X9 wrapped in 255-30-22 for the front and 22x10 wrapped in 295-25-22 for the rear. Should I do a 30 instead of 25 in the rear? My car is dropped too.
 

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Ok, I just ordered some new wheels. I purchased some 22" inch Asanti AF116's. This was a big investment and I want to make sure the wheel/tire setup is correct. I got 22X9 wrapped in 255-30-22 for the front and 22x10 wrapped in 295-25-22 for the rear. Should I do a 30 instead of 25 in the rear? My car is dropped too.
The 25 series tire is very thin. I have the 295/30/22 and its perfect i think, a decent amount of rubber. There's a few people that run the 25 series and like it, i think its too thin. More people run the 30 series than the 25 in the rear.

My car is lowered on the eibach pro-kit. I've rubbed like twice in the rear only due to bad angle of 2 different roads. Either way you go, you should roll your fenders, I will soon but can't find anywhere to rent the tool yet.

Did you think about running a 35 series up front and a 30 in the back? I have that and have seen lots of people running that. I think it looks great and has enough rubber.
 

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I agree with KS503, even though your combo is on a lot of folks rides.... I have close to your setup with 255/35 and 285/30 and its juuuustt riiighht!

Roll the fenders before you leave the shop, if you can. Good insurance against rubbing...
 
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