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 Opinions on this type of wheel and tyre setup

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chrisw



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PostSubject: Opinions on this type of wheel and tyre setup   Wed 27 Aug - 21:36

Just having a look on pistonheads and came across this setup on a hawkeye. Personally I think it looks really good. Ideally I'm happy with the look I have at the moment as it fills the arches perfectly with no issues with rubbing etc. Just wondering what people reckon the practicality of trying to get this setup is or is it something that would really need coilovers and lots of setup. Heres a link to the car I was looking at

http://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/subaru/impreza-sti/subaru-impreza-im5-wrx-sti-type-uk-2006--365bhp-track-fast-road-set-up/2710705?isexperiment=true
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PostSubject: Re: Opinions on this type of wheel and tyre setup   Wed 27 Aug - 22:12

That looks like normal wheels with big tires ?? IMO doesn't really stand out much all depends what look you want them team dynamics are cheap alloys

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PostSubject: Re: Opinions on this type of wheel and tyre setup   Wed 27 Aug - 22:18

The wheels need abit of dish if you ask me to pull the big tyre look off IMO
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PostSubject: Re: Opinions on this type of wheel and tyre setup   Thu 28 Aug - 1:50

Byers is right them wheels are quite cheap but they are quite nice looking wheels if they are bigger, 18inch plus. The ones on that car look tiny with the big walled tyres I think they look terrible but I suppose the ride would be a bit more comfortable having the bigger tyre walls.

Still they do look extremely shit in my opinion and wouldn't be something i could live with.
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