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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-25-2010, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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Best Tire Sizes

Ok so I bought 17's and they came with tires but the tires are no name so Im just gonna swap em out. The ? is what size tires will work best for 17's? Thanks all, oh here are the ones I got http://hubcap-tire-wheel.com/images/...s/icw-005b.jpg
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I think a 225/45/17 would be the best

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will that look silly with a tall sidewall?
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I don't think so but that is my opinion, maybe others can chime in

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I think a 225/45/17 would be the best
I say this as well. Ive seen a 50/17 and it looked good as well.

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This guy has 50/17s with sportlines

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Has anyone heard of TRAZONO tire brand?
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what are a good inexpensive brand of tires?
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I got my toyos for only like 400 man.
Toyo Proxes FZ4's Love em.


BUt then again, they were on sale
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the tires i had on my 17's were 215-45-17 wrapped in Nankang series 1 tires. i loved em




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