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Hi guys, this is my first post
I've done some research here on a winter tire set up for my 2015 RRS supercharged dynamic. After reading and hesitating, decided on going with a dedicated 20 setup and keep my 21s with Micheline latitude sports for summer. I will buy take offs from eBay that will come of a 2014 rrs that are 20"

My question is about the tire size

I've seen hakkas 265/50/20 vs other normal 20" OEM size of 255/55/20. I'd like to go with hakkas if possible. Anyone have a setup with this config on a supercharged? I just want to make sure the brakes etc will clear before I make these investments.

Thanks in advance!!
 

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I have 275/55/20 tires fitted on my 2016 V8 Dynamic on the factory 20 inch rims. No problem with rubbing. The brakes are clear. My tires are BFGoodrich T/A KO2.
 

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Thanks! We're the 275 factory? Sorry just haven't seen that particular size.

I'm looking at the hakkas, which would mean the width would be slightly different than yours for some reason. TIA
 

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Hello all

Which offset are you guys driving?
I had 265 50 20 before and last Friday I mounted 255 55 20 Continental TS850P on my RRS.
The rims are 9.5x20" with an offset of 53 (aftermarket, non OEM rims)
We saw, that they are quite near the whole suspension

Therefore.. anybody driving the same offset?
Perhaps this will also answer the first question

We have seen something like kind of "scratches" - see attached picture. Sorry, I don't know the exactely wordening in Englisch
Are these "scratches" normal?

I summer I have mounted the style 508 22" stealth rims

Thanks a lot
Regards
 

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Thanks! We're the 275 factory? Sorry just haven't seen that particular size.

I'm looking at the hakkas, which would mean the width would be slightly different than yours for some reason. TIA
The 275 are not factory. Factory is 255 on 20 inch rims. My tires are 1 inch taller in diameter and fit fine. The increased width isn't a problem either. I think that 265/50/20 will easily fit.
 

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Hello all

Which offset are you guys driving?
I had 265 50 20 before and last Friday I mounted 255 55 20 Continental TS850P on my RRS.
The rims are 9.5x20" with an offset of 53 (aftermarket, non OEM rims)
We saw, that they are quite near the whole suspension

Therefore.. anybody driving the same offset?
Perhaps this will also answer the first question

We have seen something like kind of "scratches" - see attached picture. Sorry, I don't know the exactely wordening in Englisch
Are these "scratches" normal?

I summer I have mounted the style 508 22" stealth rims

Thanks a lot
Regards
I'm sorry that I cannot answer your question. I bought 20 inch factory rims to replace the 21 inch rims the car came with. I have no rubbing with 275/55/20 BFGoodrich T/A KO2 tires.
 

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Thanks for that info. I have a 2017 RRS Supercharged and trying to figure out if factory 20” rims will work for winter.
 

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I mounted a set of 275/55R-20 Goodyear tires on factory 20" rims on my 2014 RRS AB with no rubbing and no problems.
 

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I'm sorry that I cannot answer your question. I bought 20 inch factory rims to replace the 21 inch rims the car came with. I have no rubbing with 275/55/20 BFGoodrich T/A KO2 tires.
Thanks mate.
you are running 275/55/20 on factory wheels - that means you have an offset of 47 or 49?
I have compared your dimensions and my "exotic" one. here you see the results:
https://www.reifenrechner.at/index.html?&1rb=275&1rh=55&1durchm=20&1fb=8.5&1et=49&2rb=255&2rh=55&2durchm=20&2fb=9.5&2et=53

in my combination the rim is more near the suspension. with your combination the tyre is more near to the suspension

I also don't hear any rubbing. it's absolutely quite and since I have the new Contis, I don't hear anything. I am just wondering if the "scratches" are normal... I tried to take a look, but the scratches are not in the height of the rim neither the tyre - strange

regards from Switzerland :)
 
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