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Old 03-04-2016, 11:35 PM   #1
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Default 17 inch foosh wheels on a bay; tyre options pls

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Need to get some tyres for my project and really need some help

Its on a 2 inch narrowed, adjustable beam; with adjustable spring plates on the rear.

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size 866 -17x7.0
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Im not looking for it to be slammed just want them to fit without rubbing etc

anyone please direct me with what tyre size would be best please

thanks

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Also interested how you got them in et-20?
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I used to run 17x7.5J ET34 with 215/40 tyres on my 72 Bay with standard width beam and sensibly lowered suspension and had no rubbing.

Edit: I used to run 215/45 not 40

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Cheers guys, they just came in e20 they are replicas!

215/40 tyres sound good
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Just make sure they're a suitable load rating
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Cheers guys, they just came in e20 they are replicas!
Yeah mine are replicas too. JBW Foosh but they're et40
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Yeah mine are replicas too. JBW Foosh but they're et40
mine are jbw as well! says e20 on the box so not sure, couple of years old now though
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I used to run 17x7.5J ET34 with 215/40 tyres on my 72 Bay with standard width beam and sensibly lowered suspension and had no rubbing.
Update: I used to run 215/45 not 40
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Would there be much of a difference?? between the 40 & 45
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