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    thats cuz all you foolios run 18s. if i went to a 215/35 id have gap for days and the spacer required to fill the gap would put me in the negatives n then i could drive.
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    shut up and buy a 35 series tire already omfg

    lol buy the 235's... wonder why everyone else told otherwise and yeah... there ya go.

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    just picked up some varrstoen 18x9.5 +34 for cheap, they came with 225/40/18, but i need coils, im considering BC br with the extreme low kit and swift springs im just not sure on what springs rates i should get, any recommendations? or any thoughts on the benefits of swift springs to the normal ones?

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    why do you need a low kit with swift springs? lol

    the low kit will tuck rim if you know what youre doing......


    if you want extreme low let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HaterHater View Post
    totally understand the concept. But how much taller can a 235/40 be than a 225/40. People hate 235/40 but love their 225/40 is there really that big of a difference?
    Yes. And listen to abbit.

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    wrong page ooops

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    haha alright alright... so now what would look better 225/35 or 235/35..? Gonna need a spacer of some sort...
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    Quote Originally Posted by haterhater View Post
    haha alright alright... So now what would look better 225/35 or 235/35..? Gonna need a spacer of some sort...
    omfg its up to you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HYPHYmoment View Post
    you rub cause you didnt buy a 35 series sidewall lol

    dunno how many times im gonna say that to EVERYONE !
    lmao I was thinking about the 35 series, I knew I would rub with 40's.. but I rather rub then feel every crack in the road cuz roads here blow hahah. I'm just waiting for my tires to wear down to like a 38 profile then I'll be good lmao
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    Hahaha. That's why i went with them. 35 series is a MUST! And so what man, you still coming down here next month?
    hahah! I should post up a video of me driving on the worst highway in CT, I think I got high from smelling so much burnt rubber lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric310 View Post
    just picked up some varrstoen 18x9.5 +34 for cheap, they came with 225/40/18, but i need coils, im considering BC br with the extreme low kit and swift springs im just not sure on what springs rates i should get, any recommendations? or any thoughts on the benefits of swift springs to the normal ones?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HaterHater View Post
    haha alright alright... so now what would look better 225/35 or 235/35..? Gonna need a spacer of some sort...
    I think most have given an opinion on this. Listen to grip and hyphy! These guys know WTF they're talking about. Just get rid of the 235 idea, if you want a little wider get the 225/40 Federals...they run a little wider that other 225's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ztotheh View Post
    I think most have given an opinion on this. Listen to grip and hyphy! These guys know WTF they're talking about. Just get rid of the 235 idea, if you want a little wider get the 225/40 Federals...they run a little wider that other 225's.
    225/35 tho

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    225/40's are cheap and readily available everywhere. Can't go wrong with those if you're afraid of the extreme low.

    I have 255/35's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirricealot View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflow mfg View Post
    225/40's are cheap and readily available everywhere. Can't go wrong with those if you're afraid of the extreme low.
    +1 on the cheap and avail everywhere, 225/40/18 was my tire of choice before i switched to 245/35

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    Quote Originally Posted by HYPHYmoment View Post
    225/35 tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by HYPHYmoment View Post
    why do you need a low kit with swift springs? lol

    the low kit will tuck rim if you know what youre doing......


    if you want extreme low let me know.
    so what do you recommend? the bcs with low kit but just the regular springs? im not trying to tuck rim lol. I just figured id get the low kit so i dont have to deal with all the extra adjusting the coils just to squeeze out a tiny bit more low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1NAsti View Post
    Damn, so you're the one who got them.
    The white ones? if so that was me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric310 View Post
    so what do you recommend? the bcs with low kit but just the regular springs? im not trying to tuck rim lol. I just figured id get the low kit so i dont have to deal with all the extra adjusting the coils just to squeeze out a tiny bit more low.
    you know you will have to adjust the coils no matter what to make it low right??? lol

    you honestly prob would be fine with bc's normal kit. but the extreme low kit is the same price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HYPHYmoment View Post
    you know you will have to adjust the coils no matter what to make it low right??? lol

    you honestly prob would be fine with bc's normal kit. but the extreme low kit is the same price.
    yeah i know id have to adjust it regardless, but just trying to avoid a little bit of hassle since they are the same price lol

    and whats your take on the swift springs for the coils? i thought they were just better springs, not to make them even lower. but i could be wrong lol.

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