exactly, even though an 8.5" wide wheel may not sit flush with the fender, turning will definately be a problem. Rolling your fenders takes no time at all BTWBro you can go 8.5 on the width and still have to roll the fenders. They might not catch your fenders right away, but they will eventually. I have been rolling on 24x10 for about 37,000 miles on Eibach Pro-kit. I rolled my fenders from day one. I have never had a problem at all.
What is wrong with rolling the fenders? I never understood why people have a hard time with rolling the fenders
Im running 24x9, and still caught the fender, and Im not lowered.Just saw your last post... If you go with a 9.5, im pretty sure you can get away without having to roll them.
Only a matter of time before sLOWDOHC chimes in to confirm this one though. I think thats what hes running, and I dont think hes having any problems with em rubbing.
We need a bit more info. Are you dropped? What tire are you running?i have 24x9.5. they havent hit my fenders yet. i think the v6 sits a little higher in the front though. as far as widths i'd get the 275s with 9.5s or 9s. the narrower rim you get. the more the lip will be protected.