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anyone know anywhere that sells 315/30R20 or 325/30R20.

I got new rims put on by ozzy tyres, they dont have sports tyres to fit on the rims they put on, so they put 305/20R20 on the rear but they are stretch out. 

Looks ok but my speedo is now 16kms to fast and if the lip on a drive way it to high it nips the rim ? 

Incase anyone wanted to know, my front rims are 20x11 and rear is 20x12 and a custom offset so I don't know 

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Looks like it'd be a bit of a trek for you but Tempe Tyres have 325's in stock. Shop around though, the bigger chains will likely be able to order things in fairly quickly.

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Wow! 315s fit under there nicely. The only other car I know that takes those big wheels is the xa- xc falcon Sent from my A6 using Tapatalk

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A guy from the US runs 345 in the rear with no problems - 11 inch in the front? steering must be a bitch! it would look better if it was lowered though.. Hope it doesn't rub, nothing worse when that happens..

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Man, that's stuffin' some big rubber under there Sent from my A6 using Tapatalk

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