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Old 01-01-2012, 10:36 AM
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Where can I stretch my tires

Happy new year, l have a LR 05 G35 coupe with TSW thurton wheel 20s, I live in Lancaster pa and there's no place that stretches tires is there some place I can send my wheels to done, I'm trying to put a 255/30/20 on the rear
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Old 01-01-2012, 10:39 AM
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What do you need to stretch your tire for? Doesnt look like you need to
Old 01-01-2012, 10:47 AM
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I have a 295/35 on now I want a 255/30
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Theres no need to stretch when you dont have to, its just gonna look dumb.
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Old 01-01-2012, 12:20 PM
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.... Ok it's my car I I'll do what I want so go **** off, Im lowering my car and I think it will look great
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i like those wheels, looks like GTS from that angle
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.... Ok it's my car I I'll do what I want so go **** off, Im lowering my car and I think it will look great
No need to go e-thug on any one.

What he's saying is that with the current offset of your wheels, there's no need to stretch the tires. It WILL look dumb if you just stretch the tires and do nothing else. Stretching tires is done for fender clearance purposes, not just looks. Now if you are going to put 20-30mm spacers on to make the wheels stick out past the fenders, that's a different story.

And your wheels are called "Thruxton" not Thurton
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No slam + not so aggressive wheels + stretching tire = no bueno
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.... Ok it's my car I I'll do what I want so go **** off, Im lowering my car and I think it will look great
are you 16 yrs old little man?
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are you 16 yrs old little man?
Haha little man that's funny
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No need to go e-thug on any one.

What he's saying is that with the current offset of your wheels, there's no need to stretch the tires. It WILL look dumb if you just stretch the tires and do nothing else. Stretching tires is done for fender clearance purposes, not just looks. Now if you are going to put 20-30mm spacers on to make the wheels stick out past the fenders, that's a different story.

And your wheels are called "Thruxton" not Thurton
Yes I am gonna lower it and adding spacers 15mm in the rear and thanks for the correction about the rim name
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Most any place will mount a 255/30 on a 10" wide wheel. Les schwab mounted my 255/30/20s on my 20x10 wheels no questions asked. Just stop in a place and ask for a price quote to get tires mounted an balanced. They will ask you the wheel size (most places charge more for 20"+ wheels) yadda yadda yadda. Some places will tell you that the tire isn't wide enough and you could have issues (discount tires for example)..just go to another place if they say no. Don't go in there and ask to get your tires stretched, they will look at you like you're an idiot.
I think that you will find that you will want a larger spacer than 15mm, it will look dumb if you have tires that are stretched for no reason ( If your fenders are not rolled flat then thats a sign that you don't need to stretch your tires. Most people that run a stretched tire have fenders that are rolled flat and pulled (as was my case) a bit to clear the tires/wheels. I was never really a fan of stretched tires, but I had to run a mild stretch to get the wheels to fit (plus the prior mentioned fender pull/roll and some neg camber) I went with the widest tire I could, then got the rest of the clearance needed with neg camber and the pull.

It is your car, but keep your mind open when asking questions and looking for advice, You will find that most people on here offer solid advice, esp if multiple people chime in with the same answer.

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Old 01-01-2012, 04:12 PM
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Most any place will mount a 255/30 on a 10" wide wheel. Les shchwab mounted my 255/30/20s on my 20x10 wheels no questions asked. Just stop in a place and ask for a price quote to get tires mounted an balanced. They will ask you the wheel size (most places charge more for 20"+ wheels) yadda yadda yadda. Some places will tell you that the tire isn't wide enough and you could have issues (discount tires for example)..just go to another place if they say no. Don't go in there and ask to get your tires stretched, they will look at you like you're an idiot.
I think that you will find that you will want a larger spacer than 15mm, it will look dumb if you have tires that are stretched for no reason ( If your fenders are not rolled flat then thats a sign that you don't need to stretch your tires. Most people that run a stretched tire have fenders that are rolled flat and pulled (as was my case) a bit to clear the tires/wheels. I was never really a fan of stretched tires, but I had to run a mild stretch to get the wheels to fit (plus the prior mentioned fender pull/roll and some neg camber) I went with the widest tire I could, then got the rest of the clearance needed with neg camber and the pull.

It is your car, but keep your mind open when asking questions and looking for advice, You will find that most people on here offer solid advice, esp if multiple people chime in with the same answer.
Yeah I didn't plan on doing the hellaflush look but I got a awesome deal on new tires $120 for all 4 tire toyo tires 255/30/20, I have tein spring & rear camber kit in the in my trunk just wait for the weather to warm up, ohh and I'm getting the fenders rolled some time this month
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Yeah I didn't plan on doing the hellaflush look but I got a awesome deal on new tires $120 for all 4 tire toyo tires 255/30/20, I have tein spring & rear camber kit in the in my trunk just wait for the weather to warm up, ohh and I'm getting the fenders rolled some time this month
$120 for all four? Dang cant beat that. Roll them flat as can be. I would get the tires mounted up, suspension on, and the fenders rolled then measure for the spacers. Get them as flush as you can
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Theres no need to stretch when you dont have to, its just gonna look dumb.
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No need to go e-thug on any one.

What he's saying is that with the current offset of your wheels, there's no need to stretch the tires. It WILL look dumb if you just stretch the tires and do nothing else. Stretching tires is done for fender clearance purposes, not just looks. Now if you are going to put 20-30mm spacers on to make the wheels stick out past the fenders, that's a different story.

And your wheels are called "Thruxton" not Thurton
really pisses me off to see guys so trick on the trigger to jump down a guys throat and have so many supporters thanking him for it...k i'm done

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