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Old 09-14-2015, 10:19 PM
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245/275 on OEM 19" Multispoke

Anybody run this combo?

I know the OEM Multispokes are 19x8/19x9.

I'm looking to grab new wheels, but they wont' be here for a while, and my tires are on their way out. Would swap these over to my new wheels after, which will be specced to 19x9/19x10, which I know the 247/275 combo will work.

Anybody have any photos of them running 247/275 on 19" Multispokes?

Preferably with Michelin PSS, but I'll take photos of anyhting! Just want to know if they look weird and really bulgey.
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Old 09-14-2015, 10:43 PM
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I am running 235/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear. Michelin PSS. Ill get some photos to you soon.
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I am running the 245/275 combo on stock 19's. There is NO bulge or anything weird looking about them that I can see. They seem to fit perfectly.
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I am running 235/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear. Michelin PSS. Ill get some photos to you soon.
Thank You! Waiting for photos! Any spacers on that fitment?
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I am running the 245/275 combo on stock 19's. There is NO bulge or anything weird looking about them that I can see. They seem to fit perfectly.
Any photos? You lowered and any spacers?
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Pics as promised.

The rubber is 2 days and less than 100km old, so this is what they will look like with no wear.

235/35/19 Michelin PSS front




275/30/19 Michelin PSS rear




Current stance with H&R Springs w/ OEM 19s, Michelin PSS all round. 235s front and 275s rear.


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That actually looks perfect! Very nice to see there's literally no bulging at all. I would've expected it to bulge a little bit.

You dont' happen to have spacers at all or anything do you? Any reason why you didn't size up to a 245/35/19 in the front also?
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No spacers. If you put spacers on the rear it will rub. Front with 12mm spacers will be fine.

If you put 10mm spacers on the back with 255s it will be fine, spacers on the rear with 275s and you will rub.

Recommended setup with spacers is 12mm spacers front with 235s, and 10mm spacers rear with 255s. 265s work with the 10mm spacers but it comes down to what brand tires you, as some 265s run wider than others.

Remember my setup is with H&R springs, that isn't stock height.

I have spacers, brand new unused and was going to put them on but my car is modified and running 550+hp to the rear wheels. Wider rubber to get more traction was more important than stance to me.
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No spacers. If you put spacers on the rear it will rub. Front with 12mm spacers will be fine.

If you put 10mm spacers on the back with 255s it will be fine, spacers on the rear with 275s and you will rub.

Recommended setup with spacers is 12mm spacers front with 235s, and 10mm spacers rear with 255s. 265s work with the 10mm spacers but it comes down to what brand tires you, as some 265s run wider than others.

Remember my setup is with H&R springs, that isn't stock height.

I have spacers, brand new unused and was going to put them on but my car is modified and running 550+hp to the rear wheels. Wider rubber to get more traction was more important than stance to me.
Perfect! I've got KW DDCs on the way, so I can set them to whatever height I so choose.

Maybe I won't even need the 12MM Spacers with the 245s, though, I reckon it could still use a 5MM.

I'd only be getting Michelin PSS, nothing else really.
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235 265 with 12mm spacers all around. perfect.


I had 275 with 12mm rubs slightly. p30 oem lower
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Ask member DanishAli. I just sold him my set of multispokes with Michelin PSS 245/275 tires. It looks gorgeous on his C63 coupe.
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so 245 fronts wont work?
im looking at some new rubber soon. im deciding on 265 or 275 rears. seems like 275 is easily achieved
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so 245 fronts wont work?
im looking at some new rubber soon. im deciding on 265 or 275 rears. seems like 275 is easily achieved
From what I gather, 245 fronts will work perfectly fine. Might actually even be able to run a small spacer depending on how low/high you are
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H&R

With your H&R springs did you use the stock 13mm pads? It looks pretty level with the wheel gap font and rear.
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Bump, anyone have a pic of stock height with 245/275 PSS setup?
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Bumping an old thread because I need new tires. Thinking of going PSS 245/265 or maybe 275 - stock 19.

The car has some sort of conti (stock?) 235 on it now in the front with PSS 265 in rear. Going with a 245 PSS in front now, will I notice any positive difference in handling? Any less understeer with a wider tire?

So I'd need to order: 245/35/19 and 265 or 275/30/19, right? I don't understand the different aspect ratio.

edit: I just discovered there is a pss replacement when looking through the forum. I might go ps4 but same questions still apply. I assume they'd fit exactly the same.

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I'm running 245/35/19 and 275/30/19 PS4S on my stock 19" multispoke wheels, the car is not lowered and they fit just fine. Also no spacers.
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Originally Posted by ShaneN.
Bumping an old thread because I need new tires. Thinking of going PSS 245/265 or maybe 275 - stock 19.

The car has some sort of conti (stock?) 235 on it now in the front with PSS 265 in rear. Going with a 245 PSS in front now, will I notice any positive difference in handling? Any less understeer with a wider tire?

So I'd need to order: 245/35/19 and 265 or 275/30/19, right? I don't understand the different aspect ratio.

edit: I just discovered there is a pss replacement when looking through the forum. I might go ps4 but same questions still apply. I assume they'd fit exactly the same.
Shane: the aspect ratio number represents the height of the sidewall as a % of the width. That's why the 275 width is 30(%) and the 245 is 35(%).
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Shane: the aspect ratio number represents the height of the sidewall as a % of the width. That's why the 275 width is 30(%) and the 245 is 35(%).
I actually feel somewhat embarrassed that I never clued into the "ratio" part of it. I always just thought of it as a measurement, like 30 would be shorter sidewall than 35. This is also making me realize I probably can't replace my bald front tires with new 245/35 until my 265/30 rears are cooked off?

Originally Posted by renepello View Post
I'm running 245/35/19 and 275/30/19 PS4S on my stock 19" multispoke wheels, the car is not lowered and they fit just fine. Also no spacers.
Exactly what I wanted to hear. I'm going to go that exact same tire+size on my exact same car. I'm sure that setup would still work with some H&R springs too.

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