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Does anyone have 215/45/17 wheels with h&r sports? I ask this because i think that the wheel will rub if i put these springs on
 

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A 215 45 17 is too big for our cars and being lowered.

A Yok ES-100 in that size is 24.6" tall.
As opposed to a stock 23.3" for a 2000 GSR.
Small mistake...it's a tire size not the wheel size.
 

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yeah, i cant understand how this guy in the last issue of Import Tuner put 225s on his GSR. thats insane, anything over 205's are a little too big for our rides.
 

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so can i just change the tire size and ill be all good to lower it or do i need new rims too
 

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sorry that didnt help me theres over 10 pages of topics on lowering i just wanna know if i can get smaller tires without changing my rims
 

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Your going to have to try harder than that. If you read though some of those you will find your answer. How about this. here.
 

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ok correct me if im wrong but i can change my tires from 215/45/17 to 205/40/17
 

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Bingo! Yes that is the most common size for a 17" rim on our cars. They may still rub after you drop it..depending on your alignment and driving style. If you need to, you can roll the fenders...here or here.
 
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