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Will 305/35-19's fit on the front of a 2017 GT350 using the stock wheels without rubbing? I was thinking of running these on all 4 corners and I really do not want to go down to a 30 aspect ratio because they are over an 1 smaller in diameter.
 

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Just out of curiosity, what’s your hang up with the smaller diameter? From someone running 305/325 30’s, I can tell you the effects are minimal. Plus Nitto’s are gonna run fat. Not all 305’s are created equal. I doubt they’ll rub though.
 

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Just out of curiosity, what’s your hang up with the smaller diameter? From someone running 305/325 30’s, I can tell you the effects are minimal. Plus Nitto’s are gonna run fat. Not all 305’s are created equal. I doubt they’ll rub though.
No real reason, mainly appearance the 35 ratio will have less gap between the top of the tire and the wheel opening. The only other reason the car will sit a half inch lower with the 305/30 ratio and the roads in Pennsylvania are garbage and I could scrap the splitter more. The 305/30 is my next choice, thou.


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I run 325/30 square. Cooper RS3S...for daily and wet track on stock rims...no rubbing...works great...looks great
 

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It looks stunning and really impressive. I'm planning to get the same set of Nitto tires, but I have to replace my wheels to accommodate it. I can't decide if I should purchase Vision wheels because of its spoke-design. My initial choice is American racing wheels, but I think the first one can deliver an aesthetic identical to yours.
 
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