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  1. #81
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    I lose most of the air while I let it sit. When driving it barely drops but now with the weather getting colder is leaking way more when letting it sit. I'm going back in on Monday to give it another shot

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    245/35 on an 18x11 and 295/30 on an 18x13. Hankooks




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    215/35R18 Federal 595SS on an 18x9.5 Linea Corse.

    Nice little stretch!

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    I'm currently running 275/30 on a 19x13. I use to run 265/30/19 before I went 13 on a 19x12.5. I keep my PSI around 70 all the time and it hasn't leaked on me yet *Knock on wood

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    Just a general question, i'm on the fence about stretching Hankook Ventus V12's 215/40 on 9.5's (4), or just go Nankang NS2's 215/40 on 9.5's (4)

    (Keep in mind I already have (2) Hankook Ventus V12's 215/40 from my previous setup)

    Are the Hankooks a better choice for stretching compared to Nankangs in relevance to being able to withstand daily driven stretch or are they relatively equal?

    In the end should I buy another 2 Hankooks, or just buy 4 NS2's

    *2011 Scion xB*

    Thanks folks.

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    Never, Nankang, Never!!
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    ^^^^^ this. do not do nankangs
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    Venezia Crusade HP 215/35
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    235/35 on 19x10j, 275/30 on 19x11.5j = 45psi, because my aftermarket TPMS has a high pressure warning that can't be defeated at 50psi fml. i'd like to run 50 but can't stand the constant beeping haha

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    Would a 225/40 give me enough stretch to get fender to lip on a 18x10.5 or will I need to go with a 35 series?

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    Why never nankang? I've been running my NS2 for a little over a year now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kos View Post
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    215/35R18 Federal 595SS on an 18x9.5 Linea Corse.

    Nice little stretch!
    That's the same tire size I run on my 9.5's as well. Have you been on Federals before? How does the sidewall hold up?

    I was on some Hercules Raptis WR1's and 3 of the 4 tires got bubbles :/

    I have been looking into getting the Federals.

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    trying to revive this thread. for you super stretched VIP guys.

    anyone running 80 or higher PSI and not have any issues?

    this is a 255 30 nankang on a 11.5 and i debead at 65 psi going out of my driveway.

    thanks

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