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im getting a axis seven 17x7 wheels my question is the 45 series tire would fit on our car i got a sedan and a eibach pro kit i like to installe it once i get my wheels
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Four of the most popular sizes for 17's are 205/40 and 205/45, 215/40 and 215/45.

And that's about it, all those will fit our cars, no problem.....my recommendation and what I plan on getting - 215/45-17
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If you want to find out how to match the tire diameter to your original tires.

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ill get 45 series then its save for me and my wheel where i live in and go to there to many path holes thanks people
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so with 18x7.5 go with 215/40??
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heyyyy allllright thanx for the nice considerate help ...i appreciate the sarcasm...although i did search before askin...ahah
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<< so with 18x7.5 go with 215/40?? >>



will rub if lowered...

should go with 215 or 225/35
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215/45/17 all the way that is what I am getting too. The discount guy said I would lose some performance but I want a comfortable not so loud ride and save some rims too.

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