How can I find out if the profile is going to be the same? When you say a lot of work are you refering to calibration of the speedo?The HACK said:Depends on the width of the wheel. If you can probably go all the way up to 22" if you want without any suspension modification, as long as you stay within 8.5" wide I think...9" or wider may require fender rolling.
Also be sure you get the proper tire profile to match your wheel size, otherwise, if your overall diameter changes then you may need to do a lot more work to compensate for that.
Well, calibration of speedo is one thing. If your overall diameter changes over a certain percentage point, you'll need to re-align your wheels by adjusting the toe and camber angles...But that has to be a pretty BIG change though, like going from your 17" to monster truck size tires. :dunno:Chipster said:
How can I find out if the profile is going to be the same? When you say a lot of work are you refering to calibration of the speedo?
Thanks, we can always count on you for good info!
Hey that's pretty cool. I compared the tire size suggested by Tirerack.com for the wheels and it made the perfect recommendation!Cliff3 said:
Do you think they are worth selling? If so, where would I list them, and what do you think a fair price would be? 1 has a nick in it (damn) but the rest are like new. Hand washed everyweek absolutly no break dust or hazing. I even waxed them a couple months ago....The HACK said:
Personally, I think those style 44s are one of the BEST looking wheels around.