I asked at the shop I got mine from and they said "no". But I have plenty of room to play with on what I have so I would ask around to a couple places and see what they say.hey could i go 245/40/20's with out rubbing i dont want to bend a rim with 35's i just bought 18s for the car and dont like it plus there black centre and chrome lip on a white car thought they would look good but they dont. would the 20's with 40 series do damage to tranny or anything else thanks all
Are you seriously saying that?its a front wheel drive so as long as the right and left tires are the same size you wont hurt anything
but ur speedo wont read right
Are you seriously saying that?
if your tires aren't within about 3% of the original overall diameter, you run an increased risk of BRAKE FAILURE.
For each inch you add to your rim diameter, take about a bit off the profile of the tire to stay as close to the stock overall diameter as possible.
For each inch you add to your rim diameter, take about a bit off the profile of the tire to stay as close to the stock overall diameter as possible.Is this so in any case?
So if I got 20s (I have 18s), how do I minimize this this so called "break failure". I mean, for me atleast, I enjoy coming to a compete stop behind vehicles.. If I got certain tires, calipers, break pads (which, aren't they calipers?) The disk that the caliper rests on, can I keep my assurance of not hitting cars?