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Type R s60 tires rub when turned left or right. Very short turning radius. Tires seem to be stock. What's the deal? 2004... What size tire and wheel should be on there so it doesn't rub

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That was a very common problem in the S60 R cars. The only solution is to put the original equipment tires back on. I mean the same manufacturer and design. I believe they were pirelli tires (spelling sorry) as to the design, PZero's I think

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