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FW: Wheels for 4CSQ
I agree. I am using both 205/50's on a 7x15 wheel with a 37mm offset and
215/40's on a 7.5x16 wheel with a 35mm offset on my lowered 4000TQ. And yes,
I had to roll fenders front and rear.
I also have a set of 7.5x15 with 38mm offset -- this works with a 205/50-15,
but the 225/45-15 Hoosiers I specifically got these rims for do not clear
the tie rod end or strut assembly. Anyone need some used (not by me)
Hoosiers, maybe for an UrQ?
From: Hare,Stott (X) [mailto:HAREST@allenbrook.iix.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 1999 10:31 AM
To: Gary Erickson; JShadzi@aol.com
Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Wheels for 4CSQ
Gary Erickson was talking about rim and tire fitament and stated...
> And no, I have had the fenders rolled.
Perhaps Gary means he _hasn't_ had the fenders rolled.
So the consensus for wheel upgrades on the 4kq and CGT is:
205/50's on a 7x15 wheel with a 37mm offset. Fits on 4kq and a Coupe GT.
The Speedlines that came on the 90 sedans have a 45mm offset and will rub on
the steering arms of a 4kq (and CGT probably).
215/40's on a 7.5x16 wheel with a 35mm offset. Fits on an unmodified Coupe
Perhaps Duane can fill us in on fitting 17" rims. Though I thought his
wheel wells were clearanced?
85 Callaway 4ktq
84 4ktq (MC conversion in progress)