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Old November 27th, 2012, 07:07 PM   #1
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Talking Tire Size for 19's

Haven't been very active lately. Anyways I was wondering what some good size tires would be for 19's. These are my first set of 19's so I'm not too familiar with the tire size. The wheels are 19 X 8. I am dropped on SS-P's. I'm not very low but I want something that is not too low profile as I daily drive my car and drive out of town a lot. Anyways your input is greatly appreciated.
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Old November 27th, 2012, 08:03 PM   #2
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What is the offset?
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Old November 27th, 2012, 08:05 PM   #3
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225/40/19 Had this size on my RDX accesory wheels which were 19x8. It's the tallest profile you can run and still keep your speedo accurate and not look like you're running truck tires.
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^ I agree I'm running the same size tire on the same size rims and I it's perfect, super comftarble and they don't look like rubber bands
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Old November 27th, 2012, 09:23 PM   #5
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That's the look and specs I'm aiming for. I guess I can use your pics for reference Adrian. The offset is +42 I believe.

Thanks for your guys help. My car is in the shop btw but looking to change a few things on my whip pretty soon.

On a side note, you must be real busy Adrian. I haven't seen any update on your car lately.
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That's the look and specs I'm aiming for. I guess I can use your pics for reference Adrian. The offset is +42 I believe.

Thanks for your guys help. My car is in the shop btw but looking to change a few things on my whip pretty soon.

On a side note, you must be real busy Adrian. I haven't seen any update on your car lately.
Its a combination of being busy, and since i am extremely happy how my car turned out i havent felt the need to change anything on it.

So i was going to build a motor on the side to keep myself busy and do a manual swap on it mostly performance stuff but i got the itch to get another car and start a new project, so i did that instead lolz picked up a 08 vw R32 with 26k miles , and going to mod that and enjoy the accord the way it is

But ya i think that tire size is perfect if ur not going to be slammed, or stretching tire.
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Its a combination of being busy, and since i am extremely happy how my car turned out i havent felt the need to change anything on it.

So i was going to build a motor on the side to keep myself busy and do a manual swap on it mostly performance stuff but i got the itch to get another car and start a new project, so i did that instead lolz picked up a 08 vw R32 with 26k miles , and going to mod that and enjoy the accord the way it is

But ya i think that tire size is perfect if ur not going to be slammed, or stretching tire.
Good deal. I love those R32. Always love VW hatches like the Golf's back in the days. Your Accord on the other hand, I wouldn't change anything either. I'm trying to get my Accord to be on your level. LOL
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Allin- You could also do a 245/35/19 tire for a little more width and decent side wall.

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Allin- You could also do a 245/35/19 tire for a little more width and decent side wall.


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My only concern with that would be rubbing when I hit dips and small potholes. I'm not a tire guru so I'm not too sure but I'll look more into it tho. Thanks for your input. My Varianzas are waiting to be put on
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varianzas! stepping up i see.
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varianzas! stepping up i see.
Trying to be on you guys level!
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i got 235/35/19 looks great, but you have to go slow, any bump will hit the rim!
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235/35/19 is a prefect fit, and probably the lease expensive option
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