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    Yet another tire question

    I know there has been numerous threads regarding wheels and tires, but I have a very specific question.
    Will I have a problem with rubbing using late 7" fuchs all around with 195-65 tires on a '71 S (stock ride height and camber) without rolled fenders?

    Anyone with experience with this setup that can answer this would greatly be appreciated!
    Early 911S Reg #544

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    Senior Member sweetE's Avatar
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    You should be OK.
    Depends on the brand of tire - where do you find a 195X65X15??

    I have a 71E and used 205X55X15 on 7"
    & my car is lowered in the front.
    Slight rubbing. the tires are Toyo Proxeys T1-S nice tires!!!

    I've changed back to 195's on the original 14" rims.

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    Pirelli makes a the P6000 in 195/65 x 15, P7 and another version of the P6000

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    rgruppe #111

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