What size rears are you running on your stock wheels

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Just trying to get a sense of what sizes people are running and how high they've gone and kept the car comfortable. For context my car is bone stock. I've seen people on here saying they've gone as high as 295s in the back so just looking for a heat check from the community.





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I'm curious to know as well.

I've seen at least two people bump up one tire size in the front and rear. F: 265/35/19 and R: 285/35/19. That said, I would like to hear about the ride/grip difference and maybe some close up photos of the tire fitment.
 

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putting on 295/35r19's on stock wheels this week. No other suspension mods. I will post some pictures later in the week when they are on
 
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putting on 295/35r19's on stock wheels this week. No other suspension mods. I will post some pictures later in the week when they are on
Nice! Looking forward to the update, thanks for replying, I appreciate you.
 
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My bad.. would be the same as running 305 40r19 FYI
It’s all good! And thanks for the altered specs. Just thinking of where I’ll settle and it’s between 305/30/19 or 295/30/19 Pilot Sport 4S.
 

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It’s all good! And thanks for the altered specs. Just thinking of where I’ll settle and it’s between 305/30/19 or 295/30/19 Pilot Sport 4S.
Michelin recommends a minimum rim width of 10.5" for the 305/30/19. If that matters to you then the the biggest you'll want to run on a stock 19" rear is a 295
 
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Michelin recommends a minimum rim width of 10.5" for the 305/30/19. If that matters to you then the the biggest you'll want to run on a stock 19" rear is a 295
Thanks for chiming in, I’ve been reading as well and for the last week I’ve been 70/30 in favor of the 295. Not worth the mess a poor could cause for 10mm.
 

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Aye! Thanks for reporting back, how do they feel?
The feel good. I much prefer the rounded profile of the ECS compared to michelins and they definitely ride softer compared to the PSS in my opinion. I am tuned and finally have traction in 3rd now which is great!
 
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The feel good. I much prefer the rounded profile of the ECS compared to michelins and they definitely ride softer compared to the PSS in my opinion. I am tuned and finally have traction in 3rd now which is great!
Sounds like it worked out perfectly, happy for you man. Enjoy em and thanks again for the pics.
 

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I’ve been running 305/30/19 Michelin PS4 with 10mm spacers for a year now and they feel great. Lowered on H&R springs and no rubbing. A little spin in first gear but grips great afterwards (stage 2 tune). I also run 275/30/19 up front and the car feels planted.
 

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