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youll need to roll the rears for sure.
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I want a functional tire that actually fits the wheel what would be a good size?
245-255. Will need a roll for sure. I ran 215 with "natural" camber that was around -3 without having to roll the rear. You're probably around -2 with that drop if you don't have a camber kit in the rear.
 

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245-255. Will need a roll for sure. I ran 215 with "natural" camber that was around -3 without having to roll the rear. You're probably around -2 with that drop if you don't have a camber kit in the rear.
So I would probably go for 245/40/17 then and I've got a camber kit in the rear so would I be able to zero out the camber myself or do I need to take it to a shop.
 

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Can only provide so much info over the Internet. Just look at pictures and go for what you want. If you're moderately low, you'll need to run a small amount of camber. It's a 9" wide wheel with a +30 offset on a Honda.
 

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I don't mind a Lil bit of camber as long as it isn't insane
I don't think you'll need too much camber if any if ur only dropped 2 inches. With a 245/40 you would probably need to roll the rears but with a 235/40 you should be fine. Someone correct me if I'm wrong tho.
 
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