I jave toyota Allion. I have put 17" magrims and 215/50R17 tyres toughing on body when i have load on back seat when car jums on hump. I am planning to put 225/45R17 is it going to make diffence?

Asked by Nov 16, 2015 at 02:10 PM about the 2003 Toyota Allion

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Plz amswer guys.  Thanks in advanced.

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If the older tires are rubbing then putting wider ones on won't help it and may make it worse. The new tires will be 1/2" shorter but 0.4" wider. Take a look at where the tire is rubbing - on the side or on the top. If it is rubbing on the side then putting wider tires will make it worse.

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