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I have the same width/offset wheel, im only on 255/40s right now up front but I still have lots of room up front running the steeda ultra-lites. Unless you are super slammed you shouldnt have an issue. My next tire will be 285/35 all around

From your posts..im guessing you might be running the exact wheel I have now. (linea corse). You paid the bucks for the track-pack on your car..which includes 19x9s all around and is focused on optimal handling and braking..running a smaller tire/rim up front will induce understeer. Stick to a square setup if you are more about the twisties than the straight line
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"Thats the same tire diameter as the CS edition, its only .7" taller than the stock brembo tire..which translats to .35" into the wheel well (which is huge IMO). I dont think it would be an issue, but I would personally run 275/35 or 285/35 since those match the brembo tire diameter better"

The CS edition does not have a 10in wide rim in the front. The concern was for a 27.66in tall tire on a 10in wide rim on a lowered car. That tire would have clearance issues especially on a hard turn.

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Well it really depends on the off-set of the wheel as well ..and if strut clears or fender clearance is what you are worried about.

Plenty of the auto-x guys run 285s/295s all around with 10" wheels up front with no issues. But like I said..I would stick with 275/35 or 285/35 if it were my car.

And apparently there are just as many guys on the internet who say it wont fit...as there are who say it will.
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275/35-19 dont have the correct load index for our cars. They are meant for a lighter car.

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I have 20x10 wheels with 275/35/20 tires in front and no problems at all. It is all about correct offset.

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