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Old 03-11-2018, 10:29 AM   #11 (permalink)
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My error... confusing my Tesla X.. the Karma is 255 front and 285 rear. A 265 may rub on the inner fender on the front.
Anyone know for sure on the 265/35?
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Hey Jomak, any luck on the 265 - did you end up trying them? I'm thinking of doing the same thing as my fronts are completely bald and considering going with 265/35/22. Thanks.
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Hey Jomak, any luck on the 265 - did you end up trying them? I'm thinking of doing the same thing as my fronts are completely bald and considering going with 265/35/22. Thanks.
They fit, but rub when I turn hard, I had them on for 2 days and then switched them out for Yoko Prada 255. Guess what the Yoko still rub just like the 265! If I would have known, I would have stayed with the 265, better tire IMO.
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I have Dunlop Sp Sport Max 265/35 R22 in front for 5 month and everything is ok
No rub in every situations.
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They fit, but rub when I turn hard, I had them on for 2 days and then switched them out for Yoko Prada 255. Guess what the Yoko still rub just like the 265! If I would have known, I would have stayed with the 265, better tire IMO.
If it rubs, make sure your wheel well liner is tacked in. I had an issue when I first got my car. One push-clip later and it was solved.
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I also like the Yoko Prada Spec X much better than the Goodyears.
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As my Fisker is my daily driver, I've been testing these CHEAP Ironman 265 35 R22XL SUV Tires in all seasons minus winter to see how they perform. So far, no issues. There is a bit of rubbing, but nothing that annoys.

They seem to wear nicely and last quite a bit longer than my previous stock brand tires.

Performance is down on these versus a harder summer tire (of course), but no complaints thus far. I've still got my Yokohamas if these end up giving me any issues in the future.
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