[200q20v] Re: Snow Tires 200q20v digest,
dak at rochester.rr.com
Sat Jan 26 03:20:04 EST 2002
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I second that. My old 5KTQ ran 205s on Fuchs 15x7 and 185s on 15x6
steel. On my '91200q20v, I run 195s on 15x7 steels. I find that the car
stops and goes much better through the mucky stuff with the narrower setup.
PS. I know you can go a little narrower than stock on the same rim
width. It actually gives more support to the sidewall. Just make sure
the pressure doesn't drop to much or the bead could come loose!
SuffolkD at aol.com wrote:
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>Tires too small?
>Only if the 205 width is too narrow for your 7.5 rims. A reputable dealer
>will find that out for you. As for running narrower in the
>winter?...........best In my opinion for pushing through slush and snow to
>make contact with what's important, the pavement. Wide tires plane up on the
>snow and thus aren't as effective.
>I did this on my 4000Q every two years. Bought new replacements narrower
>than my "Street" tires.
>In a message dated 1/25/02 11:58:51 AM Eastern Standard Time,
>200q20v-request at audifans.com writes:
>> When the tires were
>>brought to the tire shop (purchased from the tire rack) they refused to
>>mount them b/c they considered them a down-grade in size.
>>I have been told the 205 is too small. Is this true? , Drew Lipner
>>'91 Avant 90k 415-505-0845
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