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H&R w/ Stock Wheels???

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Wheels & Suspension' started by Keemo, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. Keemo

    Keemo Premium Member Premium

    Hey guys, I'm new here and have been looking around for sometime, and am pretty sure I have my 'dream set up' planned out for my soon to be new FX35 but one question still remains...

    Will the H&R sport springs work with the stock wheels of a 2007 FX35 (265/60/18)?

    If so, does that mean they would work with a 265/40/22 set up? Or would there be a concern with rubbing? Or could I choose a wider tire (305/40/22)? There are a ton of potholes around Edmonton and think a 35tire would be too thin, but I love the dropped look.

    Any help would be great.:)

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  2. Krayzie

    Krayzie AĆ©rospatiale

    Welcome to the Scene and a simple answer for you...YES

    im running the same setup as you just mentioned

    265/60/18 w/ H&R springs

    265/40/22 will also work perfectly...that is pretty much stock size. i think 285 is the most you can go before you start getting rubbing issues

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  3. OP

    Keemo Premium Member Premium

    Yours looks good.:cool:

    Thnx Krayzie!
  4. rookie

    rookie Premium Member Premium

    Welcome to the scene. :)

    I loved the H&Rs, rubbing has to do with offset and tire sizing. 305/40-22 won't rub with the right offset wheel. You'd be surprised how well the Pirelli 305/35-22 rides, only problem is it's on the expensive side and the only tire in that size to choose from.

    We'll help on wheel offsets when you're ready. ;)
  5. brown_fv

    brown_fv Premium Member Premium

    looking good! thats how the fx should come stock.

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  6. OP

    Keemo Premium Member Premium

    I agree...much better.