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recommended tire size #157670 Apr 17, 6:25pm Apr 17, 6:25pm
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recommended tire size
hey guys, im planning on getting 17x7 5zigen fno1r-c from wheelmax.com. the wheel and tire packages they have are
$1099 - 205/40
$1150 - 215/45
$1199 - 235/45

i called them and they said the tires that come with them are Hankook Ventus HRII H405
http://www.hankooktireusa.com/products_view_info.asp?Item_ID=18&CatID=5
what do you guys think about the size and price as well? i think i should go with the 215/45 but if 205/40s are ok, might as well go with those to save some money.

Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157671 Apr 17, 6:56pm Apr 17, 6:56pm
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Those are great wheels. I'm considering picking them up also. Congratulations! For the tire sizes. 205 is too small and 235 may be too big for 17x7. 235 should fit, but 215 or 225 would be ideal in 45 or 40 aspect ratio.

Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157672 Apr 17, 7:32pm Apr 17, 7:32pm
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hey im getting those rims too, the 17x7 5 zigen fno1rc in bronze. Since you are in torrance, you should check out a shop called es tuning. it shouldn't be too far. The guys are pretty chill over there and they qouted me 1025, for the rims and some falken azenis st115's so check it out, you might be able to save some money. their address is on their website www.estuning.com

Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157673 Apr 17, 7:34pm Apr 17, 7:34pm
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oh yeah and the tire size they qouted me for were 215/40

Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157674 Apr 17, 7:52pm Apr 17, 7:52pm
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whatever you get, make sure they are 215 or 225...wider = better traction and look better thumbsup


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Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157675 Apr 17, 7:54pm Apr 17, 7:54pm
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what ever you don't go over 17", over 17" you can start having probs. due to the small size of the side wall, there isn't as much absorption and the road will get too ruff on you car [/color]


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Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157676 Apr 17, 8:05pm Apr 17, 8:05pm
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personally, with 17's, I'd go with 215/45

Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157677 Apr 18, 2:45am Apr 18, 2:45am
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thanks for the replies, ill be going with 215/40 or 215/45s

Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157678 Apr 18, 11:21am Apr 18, 11:21am
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i went with 225/45 ad love em

but dont get 235 unless you ahve a 8 inch wheel.

get 45 series if you want better protection from potholes, and a better ride


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Re: recommended tire size [Re: SilverGT] #157679 Apr 19, 9:40pm Apr 19, 9:40pm
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215 40 will be really close for your spedo. If your spedo reads 60, you'll actually be doing 59.2 or something. Just a bit under which beats a bit over IMO.

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