It all depends on the wheel, the caliper clearance, and the suspension.
We need more information. Everything currently bone stock? If not,
let us know the caliper and it's clearance, etc.
Do you plan to recalibrate your speedo, or do you want to put on rims
and tires that will accommodate your current speedo?
'01 Formula - MTI Air Box Lid, K&N Filter, Hurst-6,
SLP Cold Air Induction & Smooth Intake Bellow
Corsa Catback w/Premium Tips
'83 V45 Magna
Everything is bone stock I do plan to get the Eibach Prokit springs, PHR,
and front and rear sway bars
in the future. As far as the speedo, i'll get a HPP III to fix that. Thanx!
if you ask for the *absolute largest size* tire @18":
friends did install 335/45-18 on 9" rear (Swiss TUV appr.) / T/A. (Notes:
the electronic brake systeme was deactivated, hi jackers are needed). Dia
29.87" (IMHO too long). Its diffi cult to find these tires.
335/35-18 is much more easy to find, but in every case ask the tire supplier
for the rim they need. I did see them on 10" rim
I for myself used 305/65-15 in a T/A `91. They are not available any longer.
The reason I ask is because I've seen a 4th gen TA with a 295 on the rear,
and it made it look great!!!
The only thing with him is that he had a 10.5 inch rim on the rear. Some say
if you go larger than a
275-285 on a 9 inch rim that it will bow out and look gay????? I think with
a 295, it won't bow out
that much..... what do you think????
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