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anybody running 19's on their scoob , 

 

 what's the ride like ive got  (215/35/19's) on at the moment should i go up a couple of sizes on the wall height? post-1114-0-66588100-1384016022_thumb.jp 

 

  maybee 225/40/19?

 

 not really checked how much room ive got till i start rubbing the coil pirch (no pun intended) ;)

 

but ive got 17's on the wagon now and i like them good ride not too hard post-1114-0-14493500-1384016007_thumb.jp

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Is it a classic ? Bet it handles like crap ?

no as i said ive got 17's on my wagon now and was thinking of going up to 19's for a change,

 ive a spare set of 19 knocking about and i just wondered what other peoples thoughts were on the subject  ;)

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the rolling radius should be kept so shouldnt impact the arches

 

I know Litchfield are recommending 17 or 18inch wheels for high performance vehicles

 

 

what was the original recommendation for your car 205 60 15 or 205 55 16?

 

if it was I think you would be looking at a 40 side wall

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the rolling radius should be kept so shouldnt impact the arches

 

I know Litchfield are recommending 17 or 18inch wheels for high performance vehicles

 

 

what was the original recommendation for your car 205 60 15 or 205 55 16?

 

if it was I think you would be looking at a 40 side wall

i think for the wagon 205/55/16 back in the day, the 224/45/17's i have on the wagon now are about 1/2 a mile out on the speedo because ive compared it with the sat nav  speed's and i would have thought the sat nav would have been correct.

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cant help also,17s is what i run 

,suppose its just a case of rolling lips under arches is it not ?????

 

 

 

if in doubt,get google out !!!!

 no need for lip rolling mate they fit under no probs  ( post-1114-0-48453700-1384112424_thumb.jp) that's why i fancied a change

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Paper work for my prodrive performance pack recommend 18's for some reason!! Wouldn't want 19's surely you'd have to run lιke 30 profile to keep the r/radius the same? Can't be arsed to do the math lol

 

they have (215/35/19's) all ready so its not all that bad,   suppose its just a 30min wheel swap and a drive out with the satnav on to see how far out he speedo is . job for tomorrow i think........well one of them

 

i promised my self a day on a tool hunt in the garage (tardis)post-1114-0-07195600-1384118995_thumb.jp.... bigger on the inside etc...

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they have (215/35/19's) all ready so its not all that bad,   suppose its just a 30min wheel swap and a drive out with the satnav on to see how far out he speedo is . job for tomorrow i think........well one of them

 

i promised my self a day on a tool hunt in the garage (tardis)attachicon.giftardis 10.jpg.... bigger on the inside etc...

spent all afternoon in there, moving **** about......... got everything sort of tidy, but i ended up with the car stuck in the middle of the garage........ :angry:  its on dollys but its damp and ive sliped twice now and if i could have picked something up i would have chucked something :angry: ........... i just cant get a grip and i'm in pain all ready so this is'nt helping :(

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