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my box is still in the body shop but they almost finished with the repairing
so... before i get my car im trying to get a rims with new tire...
planning on to get sportmax002 , 15 x 8 , 0 off set with wide tires....
and im gonna drop my car soon... (1 or 1.5 inch)

205/50/15 or 215/50/15 which one i should get ?? and does anyone have picture of tire with the rims ?? or if i want thick and wide tire... what size tire i should get ???
i dont wanna rub my front fender or rear quarter panel....
do i need a spacers with 1 or 1.5 inch drop.... ???


thankz....
 

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I would go with a 195/45/15. Not the size your looking at but you will have less rubbing problems. are your fenders rolled? The sizes you mention are pretty wide and will probably give you some rubbing problems.
 

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thankz for the reply.... but
what do you mean by rolled ??
i just got my car and new to this forum....
i dont know anything about xb....
plz help me out....
 

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thankz for the reply ....
i already saw all the pages about sportmax 002....
i saw that orange xb and decided to go with 002

so if i go with 15x8 i need roll my fender....
what if i dont drop my car.... you think it will rub ??
and if i get 15x7 how much spacer do i need ??
cause i want a wide and fat tire.....
 

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Somebody help me out here

should i go with 15x7 or 15x8 ??
 

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im going with the 15x8. I like that alot better, and from what I hear if you're not dropping it, it shouldent rub! But I would recomend a drop!!!!!!
 

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alright thankz alot guys... i'll just go to body shop and roll my fender....

i'll see you guys around peace
 

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I went with 195/50/15. Its not too fat of a tire, and not to thin.
 
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