Gordy (SSEi95) ran 255'* on his 95 a few years ago, They definetly triangled out somewhat from the OE rims.
There was some inner fenderwell "adjustments" but he drove them for quite some time, and changed tires because of tread depth. If you do put them on, you will need to modify your inner fender-wells. These were smaller in diameter slightly than 225/60/r16'* that come stock IIRC.
My inner fender well has a slight mark or two from tires, and i've run nothing but 225/60/r16'* on it. The most tread depth would be when i got my new Traction T/A'* last year.
Cliffs, they may get in there alright, but you'll need to bang in the fenderwells ATLEAST.
A Side note, there are quite a few modified series II cars on here, and that number grows exponentially in the GP scene, who is even more hardcore with speed modifications. I would be very surprised if you found something they do not already know, and I'm a pretty open guy to new ideas...
'06 Vee Dub GTI 2 door Tornado Red
- 2.0 Turbocharged, Intercooled, Direct Injected, 6 Speed DSG, Underbody Aero, 17" Classix
- Moonroof, Bi-Xenon headlamps, Interlagos Plaid Sport Seats, 6 Disc In-dash, iPod integration, GTI Monster Mats (winter)
'93 Bonneville SE Purple Pearl H4U package - picked up June 23, 2003, Traded-in June 28, 2007...