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I'm running a 225/55/16 on my 97'. I had some rub issues in the back, but it was a simple fix. It may not rub on yours depending on the backspacing? If it does, it would be the rear fender trim (the black piece that screws onto the fender). The other area that rubbed was the lower front side plastic molding (on my car it's painted the silver grey color) at the very top. I wish I had pic's to explain better.

When I say rub, I mean by a couple mm's at the most. You shouldn't have a problem, if you do just take a dremmel to it. It is also much easier to remove those pieces from the car, and grind them down just a bit and reinstall.

My problem could also be do to the struts/springs allowing the car to nearly bottom out in the back with a loaded car. Since thats the only time it did it. Well worth the looks!

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