245/45r17 on my 2014 Corolla what do you think ?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by skullinhand, Aug 17, 2018.

  1. skullinhand

    skullinhand New Member

    am I crazy every on was like they won't fit they will rub .nope at full lock they rubbed the lip of the fender .i I rolled the lip a bit with the aluminium baseball bat and a heat gun took about 20 minutes my rims are j7 17 inch with 24 offset now clearance to the fender I cut the plastic lining on the inside of the fender a bit to for more lock .the car looks mean now wider is better look .21545r17 are too small looking 225/45/r17 235/45r17 look good but you have will to roll the fenders anyway to fit anything bigger than 235/45r17 .so it is possible to fit 245/45r17 on a 2014 Toyota Corolla .
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  3. JohnnieXSE

    JohnnieXSE New Member

    Considering you have a stock 17" wheel, I wouldn't go no more than 225/45/17 to stay within accuracy of your speedometer and without having to roll anything unless you have extreme low setup. The second image shows comparison to the stock tire size 215/40/17 to a wider 225/45/17.


    Tire_Comparison_245-45-17.jpg Tire_Comparison_225-45-17.jpg
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