Lowering $ Tire specs

Discussion in '2014 + Toyota Corolla' started by Slatemeta, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. Slatemeta

    Slatemeta New Member

    I’m going lower on d2 springs and put xxr18 x8.5 wheels. What tires can I go with 215/40 or 225/40? Will I rub?
     
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  3. tnoutdoors

    tnoutdoors New Member

    I’ve seen quite of few people lowered on 18s with the 225/40s. D2s are pretty low so I can’t speak on them though.
     
  4. Tcazes

    Tcazes New Member

    Bro.....no one will be able to help you without knowing offset/backspacing..
     
  5. OP
    Slatemeta

    Slatemeta New Member

    +33 offset not sure on the backspacing. First time going lower the car. Thanks for the replies
     
  6. Jake

    Jake New Member

    Willtheyfit.com
     
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  7. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    I’m on 225/45/18 tires
    18x8.5 rims at 35mm offset
    Plenty of room to spare
     
  8. SuperchargedMR2

    SuperchargedMR2 New Member

    225/40R18 tires are the correct size and diameter. There should be no rubbing issues.
     
  9. SuperchargedMR2

    SuperchargedMR2 New Member

    The proper diameter tire is 25.0". The 225/40R18 is 25.1" in diameter while the 225/45R18 is 26.0" in diameter. The 225/45R18 is way too big in diameter.
     
  10. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    I know, I know, we’ve already had this conversation! LOL !!
     
  11. Rylee

    Rylee New Member

    I have 225/45 17 on d2 springs and it dosnt rub put 25 mm spacers on and had the roll the fenders
     
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  12. OP
    Slatemeta

    Slatemeta New Member

    Any input on the d2 springs? I’m at 40k miles and was wondering if I should be ok to lower with out killing the stock suspension quickly...
    And thank you all for the input on tires.
     
  13. Rylee

    Rylee New Member

    I put my D2s on about 20k still ride like the day I put them on now at 70k
     
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