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Old 10-01-2018, 04:35 PM
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Calgary, Canada
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265/50R20 Hakka 9's on 24mm offset, e53

Hi all, I'm wondering if anyone has this tire size on an e53 OR has run this in the past?
After installing these tires on my aftermarket BBS CH-R's, I quickly realized just HOW MUCH large the diameter the tire is compares to the factory 275/40R20 tires... AND I'm worried about turning radius and front strut tower clearance... I'm thinking they may MAY have turning clearance, and I am hoping to get time tonight to mount them to check and drive them.
But looking to see if anyone else out there has run this size tire successfully.
the tire is pic is a 245/45R20 and seem to fit easily, but these tires are now for sale as they offered ZERO curb protection.
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