595RS-RR 265/35/18 SO MEATY! Let's guess if it will rub :)

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That's them beside the stock tires.
I am on Swift springs and they are going on 8.5in 40mm offset RPF1 wheels. I will add a pic of the stock wheel gap soon.
LOVE the tread pattern!

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Won’t rub. Running a 275/35/18 on a 18x9.5” +45 tc105x and no rubbing
 

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That's them beside the stock tires.
I am on Swift springs and they are going on 8.5in 40mm offset RPF1 wheels. I will add a pic of the stock wheel gap soon.
LOVE the tread pattern!

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I am on 265 35 18 on Swifts. 18x9.5 +45 No rub on any type of driving. In or out of sport mode.
 
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I am on 265 35 18 on Swifts. 18x9.5 +45 No rub on any type of driving. In or out of sport mode.
Which tires are you using?

Here are the current tire photos: (ground was not exactly level, seems like more gap than usual)
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Won’t rub. Running a 275/35/18 on a 18x9.5” +45 tc105x and no rubbing
Thanks again for the RSRR knowledge you shared with me. I am debating whether the current Indy 500s would be better than the RSRRs for the coming winter months or I should just mount them now. Do you have any winter experience with the RSRR?
 

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Thanks again for the RSRR knowledge you shared with me. I am debating whether the current Indy 500s would be better than the RSRRs for the coming winter months or I should just mount them now. Do you have any winter experience with the RSRR?
RSRR does not like the cold.
 

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Thanks again for the RSRR knowledge you shared with me. I am debating whether the current Indy 500s would be better than the RSRRs for the coming winter months or I should just mount them now. Do you have any winter experience with the RSRR?
yea it’s not a dual purpose tire. Indy 500 will likely not want to be used in winter either. I didn’t look at your location but if temps go under 40 degrees you’ll want a winter tire to change to.
 
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Thanks guys.
My DD POS died last week so I may have to DD the CTR for awhile in the cold. Looks like I will put the tire swap on hold until I replace the beater and see how the Indy 500s work in ABQ cold.
 

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I am on 265 35 18 on Swifts. 18x9.5 +45 No rub on any type of driving. In or out of sport mode.
Any idea if 18x9.5 +35 with 265/35/18 will rub if i do not intend to lower the car?
 
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Any idea if 18x9.5 +35 with 265/35/18 will rub if i do not intend to lower the car?
You will be fine if not lowering.
 

                           

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