it depend,s on what kind of tires you want on your car? if you contact your local hal-Ford,s they will give you a correct size as they have a tyre and alloy guide on there system. on my 2001 corsa b i have 205/40/17 yet they do suggest that you have 15,s on the corsa b unless they are low profiles which mine are. hope this helps!!1 yeah i recently bought a corsa b and mine has 17 inch alloys on it but i have low prfile tyres and these are just about the right size. i would not suggest any bigger that 17 inch but i do advise 17 or 16 inch because they just look so much better
what is the maximum size alloys and tyres you can fit on a 2006 vectra 2.2 SRi?
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Check the psi on the tyres
Depends on the tyre size. For 13" Tyres use 30 PSI. Ive seen 16" tyres use 32 PSI so around 31 PSI for 14 or 15 inch tyres.
only go up to 15 inch. u can put 17s on but with 15 inch alloys the handling remains excellent. also use 195/50 r15 pirelli tyres.
In the unmodified corsa (c) I find at speed or during hard acceleration in the 1st and 2nd gears that the steering is like driving on ice and at times can make me slightly nervous. But its not really much of a problem on straight roads or roads with slight curves however when taking tight corners the corsa definitely benefits from late and hard braking to force the nose down to keep the tyres in touch or the car has a habit of understeering. Lower the car 40mm and buy better tyres and the problem will be greatly reduced.
could be a couple of things.... tyres too wide? or if you put alloys on the car, the offset might be too high
Bald tyres are tyres where the tread has been worn of in use and if this is the case then the tyres are not same (and illegal) to use. There are tyres made without a tread (for racing cars), these are not called bald tyres, they are called "slicks" and instead of a tread the surface of the tyre is made to be sticky in use.
I have a 1995 Volvo 850 and they currently have a size of 195/60 - R15 88V. They are Pirelli tyres on Volvo standard 5 spigot T5 alloys
i fitted S type alloys with 225 x 45 x 16 tyres to my 2004 X type 2.0 D, the tyres rub as standard so i fitted a 5mm universal spacer to all 4 wheels problem solved and no issues
how does friction help car tyres?
Assuming you're talking about the tyres... The tread on the tyres channels water away from the wheels - allowing the tyres to grip the road better than if the tyres were completely smooth.
There are a number of retailers and auto shops in London where you can find deals on tyres including Just Tyres, Madhouse Tyres, Event Tyres and National Tires and Autocare.
why vehicle tyres are black in color
There are many retailers and websites that can offer customers scooter tyres for sale. Some of these companies that offer scooter tyres are Scooter Tyre Store, My Tyres and National Bike Tyres.
The advantages of using Continental tyres are that they are cheaper than some other tyres. Another advantage of using Continental tyres can be that they last longer than some other tyres.
because if the tyres are of metal the will slip
The Airbus A380 has 22 tyres. Two smaller 'auxiliary' tyres at the front and twenty tyres in the main gear.
Gas has compression propety in it which makes it suitable for car tyres. When there is pressure on tyres while riding then tyres can shape themselves according to the roads when there is gas in it. And dude you have spelled tyres incorrectely
Front tyres 30psi Rear tyres 34ps1 Fully loaded 5 passengers with luggage Front tyres 30psi Rear tyres 38psi This is for Tyres 185/60/R15
Normal pneumatic tyres do not work correctly without air. Run flat tyres do, so do solid tyres.
Yes I have a set of Laguna alloys on my 97 2.2dt. Only thing to remember is that the tyres will probably need changed as mpv,s require a stronger outer wall.Hope this helps
How high is UP ?Many types and brands of "mud tyres".
The pressure increases.
In my point of view never use resole tyre for bike because thoes tyres are already useable and most of tyres are Worn out tyres.