96bird said:I have 285's on my car. The look pretty good, but would look better with a +36mm offset rather than the +24mm offset that I have right now. I get quite a bit of response from people with musclecars that ride in behind me...kind of unexpected I guess. My car is lowered and I put AirLift Air bags in the rear springs but I only keep 5 psi in the bags. I rolled the fender just slightly but it only rubbed on really harsh bumps anyway.
I have a decent amount, but if you want to put a real big tire on there I would suggest 18" wheels to prevent any problems with the e-brake cable. Mine rubs the e-brake cable as it is. I can measure to see how much it is but I would say that a 10" wheel with the right offset would fit easy.crash said:How much more room would you say you have on the inside of the rear? Inn other words, how much more positive offset could you have before your wheel/tires hit the swaybar or e-brake?
By the way, love those ROH RT's. I just wish they still made them in chrome.