> Qaliza wrote:
> > Hi i own an Elantra 2005 and i wanted to replace the wheels
> with new
> > sport looking ones. The wheels that came with the car are
> 185/65/15. I
> > would like to know if there is any special specifications
> for the new
> > rims, and the maximum size of tires i can put on it, and
> will this
> > cause any harm to the suspension of the car. Thankyou.
> Are you going to replace the wheels or the tires, or both?
> What you
> posted above is the stock tire size. The stock steel wheels
> 15x5.5's. The alloy wheels on the GT are 15x6's.
> If you just want to change tires, size 195/60-15 will fit your
> wheels. Size 205/55-15 might work, but they'd work better on a
> wider wheel.
> I've seen people put up to 18x7.5 wheels with 40 series tires
> Elantras, but that strikes me as pretty impractical. Going
> with 16" or
> 17" x 6.5 or 7" wheels, with 50 or 55 series tires is a better
> bet for a
> car that sees regular use in all kinds of conditions,
> especially if you
> have rough roads in your area. Of course, you can always to
> with 15x6's
> and 195/60-15 tires, like the GT.
Thanku for ur information but what i really want to know will
increasing the size of the tire or rims affect or cause any damage to
the suspention system of the car.
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