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Tires now mounted. I can barely tell the difference in the width if at all. The 4S 295/345 seem to be the same width as the MPSS 285/335. Poke looks pretty much the same.
Any rubbing? I know it's only been two days so probably haven't driven it much. Also, I wonder if it's harder to turn at low speeds with 295 up front.
I finally got my TE37's and about to probably buy the 295/345 setup or 285/345 setup.
 

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I’ve put 100 miles on them. No rubbing at all. Others have 295’s on the front already so they isn’t an issue so long as stock suspension and height which I have. As I mentioned already the 295/345 setup appears to be the same size as the popular 285/335 setup I removed.
 

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Well, finally took that step. Michelin pilot sport 4S 295's up front, 345's in the rear. Mounted on Volk TE37 M-Spec wheels! Just installed yesterday. So far no rubbing.👍
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Well, finally took that step. Michelin pilot sport 4S 295's up front, 345's in the rear. Mounted on Volk TE37 M-Spec wheels! Just installed yesterday. So far no rubbing.👍 View attachment 400475
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Waiting on my TE37 Ultra M's as well, is yours 10.5 in front and are you on stock suspension? I'd be on ~1inch drop so thinking of going 285 but also afraid if it'd look too stretched on 10.5 in the front.
 
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