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Fitting 15's

Post by Araf on Sun 15 Mar 2015 - 17:32

I think the Wind brakes are lost in 17" wheels, and the shorter sidewall of the standard tyre doesn't give a very good quality of ride, so I fitted 15" wheels to mine.

As well as a better ride, the tyres are half the price of 17" tyres. Smile



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Post by skippy on Sun 15 Mar 2015 - 17:45

But you have to lower the car though don't you otherwise it looks like a beach buggy
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Post by Barbs on Sun 15 Mar 2015 - 17:48

[quote="skippy"]But you have to lower the car though don't you otherwise it looks like a beach buggy[/quote

To be honest when the L's car was parked next to mine they looked good but mine is still 17"
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Re: Fitting 15's

Post by Araf on Sun 15 Mar 2015 - 18:10

lol. Laughing The rolling radius is the same, so the actual diameter of wheel and tyre is exactly the same as standard.

I did lower it on coil-overs, but when one leaked, I swapped back to standard.

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