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Old 06-23-2010, 09:01 PM   #1
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215/35/18 and 225/40/18

hi guys, is it possible to mix 2 different tire profiles in a 7th gen accord (215/35/18 and 225/40/18)?


If yes, will it cause any problem to the ABS as both of them has different diameter and which one should I put as the front tires?
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I dont see the problem with mixing 2 different sized tires, alot of cars run staggered from the factory. However if all of your wheels are the same specs I dont see why you would need to run different tire sizes
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Old 06-24-2010, 11:12 AM   #4
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wouldnt effect ABS? btw, mine is 2003 accord v6 sedan. so which one goes to front ? 215/35/18 or 225/40/18?
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Wont have a problem.

Go 215 F 225 R
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Old 06-29-2010, 12:06 AM   #6
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but 35 looks way too small right?
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go with 40......
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i have 235/35/19 in the back 225/40/19 in the front.. no problemo so far
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go with 40 series tires will fit better for ur 7th gen
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