215 on a sedan (is the 4kq any different?)
Thu, 8 Mar 2001 20:57:09 -0800 (PST)
They should, 205 55 r16 would never fit on my car.
Once you get serious about buying them, find out what
shop you want to use, and make sure they have both
sizes in stock. Test fit the 215's, and go from
there. I'm sure the 205 45 16's will fit since they
are thinner, but you really want the 215's if they
--- Marc Swanson <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I've got the 215 40 16's on my car and they fit
> > look great. I had 205 45 16's and they were too
> > profile, and not wide enough.
> While this thread is running...
> I've got a set of rather nice Ronal 4x108 16x 7.5"
> ET35 rims that I want to
> put on my 4ktq. I'm in debate over what size tires
> to put on it. I'd
> really like to put a 215 on there.. and Jim, if you
> can fit them on your 89
> 90q I would imagine it would be almost identical in
> fitment to the 4kq as
> the available dimensions are the same correct? So
> should I be ok with a 215
> 40 16? or should I more realistically look at
> something along the lines of a
> 205 45 16?
> These wheels currently have 205 55 16 but I put them
> on the car just for fun
> to see if it would work.. tons of rubbing going over
> bumps.. not suprising
> do to the large diameter!
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