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Old 11-17-2016, 06:29 AM
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What size tires for 22" wheels?

A buddy picked up a set of 22" for his Panamera 4. 22x10 square setup. We tried installing 285/35/22 as recommended but the fronts were too big and were rubbing. What size tires should he be running?
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negative - 265/30/22 or 275 (depending on offset) and 315/25/22 in the rear.
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negative - 265/30/22 or 275 (depending on offset) and 315/25/22 in the rear.
Yep - this is what I run on my 22s. (265 & 315)
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I run a 285 and 335. I'm running 10.5 and 12. Mine fit perfect with no rubbing before I put the widebody on it
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Not to jack your thread.

Will 295 also work on 11 rears? Or should I consider the 315?
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Not to jack your thread.

Will 295 also work on 11 rears? Or should I consider the 315?
315... or 305.
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I run a 285 and 335. I'm running 10.5 and 12. Mine fit perfect with no rubbing before I put the widebody on it
I just saw pictures of your car. Nice with the widebody arches. But are you running spacers now? Since the wheels fit perfect before you widened it?

And for all of you, what ET do you run on your 22" setup?

Just bought a 2010 turbo(my first porsche), and im currently looking for a nice set of 22". Appretiate all info.

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Congratz on getting the panny. I had new wheels made to fit perfectly on the widebody treatment. 2 different sets. I don't feel good about spacers. Let alone those big and with 700 hp. Just me
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So you had 10,5 and 12x22" on before widening with no rubbing? What offset did you have then? I also want that size on mine
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I'll have to look at the offset. If u contact a reputable wheel source they will know what offset u will need
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Yes, but i will feel safer asking someone actually have tried it on their car. So would really appretiate if you could check the offset for me. Because the wheels im after does come in 12x22" on the rear. Super concave wheels. Thats what i like.
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Does anyone know if 265/35/22 front and 295/30/22 rear will work without rubbing?

That's a total of 29.3" diameter front and 29.0" rear.

@benblack what tires did you use? 285/?/22 and 335/?/22
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It def been awhile since I looked lol winter and she's been sitting in the garage next to my Dodge. fronts are 30 and rear is a 35. Def make sure what ever shop you get some from have the correct offsets.
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Of course my widebody helps but ran the same tires before with a different set of wheels and fit perfect. Contact weiz at Rennen forged wheels fitment is great and getting some made for my didge real soon
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Maybe 25 in rear will have to look once I get home this weekend can't remember lol
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