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    hi all what size tyres will stretch over a 15''x7'' best?

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    235/45/r17

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    Quote Originally Posted by 84AE86 View Post
    hi all what size tyres will stretch over a 15''x7'' best?

    cheers...
    a motor bike tyre will prolly stretch well...

    woudlnt bother trying to "stretch" on a 7", waste of time

    just put some decent 195/50 on

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    You cant stretch on a 7 unless you use a 165/50 but then the rolling diameter will be way too small for your car.

    Just use a 195/50 on all 15's from 6 to 9's.

    You need a 15x8 minimum to get a small amount of stretch

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    cool thanks

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    as konakid said, a 195 is good and well suited.
    although personally i would use a 205, but each to there own.
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    sweet thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sun_moon View Post
    as konakid said, a 195 is good and well suited.
    although personally i would use a 205, but each to there own.


    195/50 buldges enuff on my current 15x7 let alone a 205...

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    i was thinking of goin 175/50 on my front 15x7s and 195/50 on my 15x8s wot do u guys think i got 195/55 they bolge a little 2 much on front

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konakid View Post
    Just use a 195/50 on all 15's from 6 to 9's.
    Pretty much. 55 profile in a 15 is too big for a corolla
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