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  • Why won't this wheel fit my car?

  • …gets forgotten is how the larger wheel fits on the vehicle. Many people look at similar cars with large wheels and assume that their car or truck can handle the same. The thing that they rarely see are modifications to the vehicle to accommodate the wheels. There are many fitment considerations…

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  • Review of: Yokohama AVID Touring

  • …comments I have are probably both car related - the tires spin easily when accelerating on wet pavement, but my Acura 3.5RL has 260 HP and is way overpowered. Also, I finally started getting some steering wheel wobble and on inspection I can actually see the steel belt coming from the inside…

  • Load Rating and My Tire & Wheel Package

  • …and wheels and the car had 14" wheels and tires from the factory, no problem. Your new setup will be closely matched to the original on volume of air between the wheel and tire, which means the tires will most likely be wider. The load rating number on a 185/65R14 is 85, while on a 205/40R17…

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  • ASA GT5 20" Wheels on my Infiniti G37

  • …barrel portion of the wheel is machined silver instead of the more typical machined lip appearance. Check out a closeup to see what I mean. If I ever had doubts about how black wheels looked on red cars, I no longer do! It's too bad I didn't get to keep them. But that's just my opinion. What do you…

  • Review of: Yokohama AVID Touring

  • …comments I have are probably both car related - the tires spin easily when accelerating on wet pavement, but my Acura 3.5RL has 260 HP and is way overpowered. Also, I finally started getting some steering wheel wobble and on inspection I can actually see the steel belt coming from the inside…

  • Staggered Tires: Why or Why Not

  • …If you have a car that has a large majority of its weight over one axle, that axle should have bigger tires. See Porsche 911s with their rear-engine weight bias as an example. Two is power. If you have a rear-wheel drive car that has a lot of horsepower, you may need bigger tires on the rear to help…

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  • Seeing Red

  • After putting a nice Tire & Wheel Package on my son's car, we noticed that we could see a lot more of the brake caliper than we could with the old wheels. We had previously upgraded the brake system with good looking and great functioning Ate PremiumOne Slotted Rotors and Goodridge Stainless…


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