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Anyone running the Hankook V12 K110 rear 275/35/19 on sport designs... on a Cayman?

I am interest to know if they would need spacers to clear on the inside?
if so... what size spacers.

I'm gonna try and run with
235/35/R19 on the front
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275/35/R19 on the rear

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I think you will be just fine.

If you do run into an issue and decide you need spacers, we can send you out a pair of 5mm spacers for $20.00/pair. 6061 T6 made in N.A.

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Thanks Jeff...

Tires are arriving on Wednesday.

Bought them from Tire Rack...

Never bought anything online before... wierd huh?

Your a Silver sponsor?

Whats that mean?
 

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I responded to your questions in your PM, hopefully that help and doesn't confuse the issue further! :)

Pacific Western Performance is one of many great sponsors of this site.

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Thanks Chris...

I'm still learning about tire sizes and what they really mean.
I had this "fear" that I was gonna have some inside clearance problem and was gonna have to let her sit while I had some spacers shipped in.

At what point do longer lug bolts become necessary when using spacers?... 5, 10, 15mm?
 

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Sweet!

No rubbing issues.

I like the looks better than the conti II's that were on originally.

I have about 8000 miles on them now.

The tread pattern looks better than the asymetrical... IMO

So far the tread is holding up... considering that I drive pretty aggressively on some pretty coarse asphalt windy mountain roads.

Took a few hundred miles for them to get sticky

Will post pics if you want.

Overall... I would recommend them and buy them again.
 

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Sweet!

No rubbing issues.

I like the looks better than the conti II's that were on originally.

I have about 8000 miles on them now.

The tread pattern looks better than the asymetrical... IMO

So far the tread is holding up... considering that I drive pretty aggressively on some pretty coarse asphalt windy mountain roads.

Took a few hundred miles for them to get sticky

Will post pics if you want.

Overall... I would recommend them and buy them again.
Did you have to use spacers?
 
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