i got myself some staggered makavelli forged wheels
9" front with 265/35/22
10.5" back with 295/30/22
now i havent lowered it
and on uneven roads on the highways on bumpy areas my back tires hit the fenders and as a result the sidewall has been cut on several occasions.
ive actually had to peel off pieces of the sidewall
well ive nitto 420 and they are pretty solid but
i am driving soo carefully and afraid of scraping the fenders.
whats wrong here
1-is 295 size too wide cause its sticking out
2-is my offset wrong ( i dont know what the offset is i bought these wheels from a friend who owned a RT )
3- what would be a safe size at the back 275 or 285
4- for future purchases whats the smallest size i can put on a 10.5" rear rim.
( im thinking for future 245 in front and 265 or 275 at the back i want the
vossen CV3 )
Sounds like you need to roll your back fenders! 10.5" is a pretty wide wheel and I don't know what the smallest size you can put on it is, but if a 275 would fit on the back that's what a lot of people put on a ten inch wheel and it sits flush otherwise 285 is a good size too. No matter what tire you put on it you may still have to roll your fenders because the wheels are so wide. Good luck and nice wheels!
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It looks like the offset on those wheels are making them stick out too far. Those tire widths aren't usually an issue. Rolling the fenders as suggested is probably a good idea since narrower rear tires aren't going to make that much difference with that much wheel offset.
Personally, I'd just get wheels with the correct offset.
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I have 11's on my rear and they barely would touch if cornering hard..Bought the TireRack fender roller and had them rolled....Then sold it to a member and made most of my $$ back. I had no shop locally that could do it. All is great now!
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