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They look great, I've always wanted to do them, if I've got a pic somewhere, I'll see if I can find it
 

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Cool thanks, do they fit ok been lookin at a few set and there like 10j et 52 on the back! Lol
10's on the rear need work to fit, rolling and a tyre stretch at the least. You will need to run 4 tyres that are the same rolling radius.

The best thing to do is buy 4 fronts and use them all round
 

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I'll dig out some pics of mine, you won't need to roll te rear arches. On the rear of a mk4 there's no lip to roll, only flaring if you want to get it painted after.

You'll just a healthy stretch and to work the offsets out well.

It'll probably end up being a 225 on a 10 inch rim
 

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10s will easily fit on the rear no trouble at all I'm running 9.5j on the rear ET13 225 40 18 tyres go strait on
 

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I'd still rather 4x fronts and 4 matching tyres with no crazy stretch.

The 10's will go on but you need stretch. IMO too much stretch
 

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Remember there is a difference of 6.4mm in RR between a new tyre and a worn one so Haldex will easily handle a 4mm diffetence.

Only concern would be you could get a worst case of 10.4mm with a 4mm sidewall difference.
 

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Remember there is a difference of 6.4mm in RR between a new tyre and a worn one so Haldex will easily handle a 4mm diffetence.

Only concern would be you could get a worst case of 10.4mm with a 4mm sidewall difference.
I was going to mention the tolerance % but i couldnt remember?

My advice would be to always run within the 6.4mm worst case scenario
 

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Theres a chap local runs 11J rears with no arch work at all!
 
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