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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 20:46    Post subject: Help! I'm confused.com!!!!!!! Reply with quote

Hi guys, tyre sizes confuse the hell out of me and I just can't get my head around them so any help you can give me would be great.....

I've got a totally standard vitara jlx 1993 fat boy running 255/60/R15 kuhmo kL12 tyres.

I want to get some kumho kL71's which are 235/75/R15 and a bit chunkier.

So my question is will these fit on the rims I've already got and will they do so without any body mods?.

I want to have some Decent grip if the winter goes t**ts up again this year so I don't know weather to go for the kuhmo kL71's on my original rims (if they fit) or get some standard steel wheels and fit some recips or insa turbos on them? What do you think would be best?

Please help!!!   Confused
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 10:16    Post subject: 4x4 Reply with quote

Hi,m8 Tyers are confusing but this is how it works 255 means How wide and 60 se means hight off rim ! So if you put 235 by 70 on your rims it will be fine !! Hope this helps  Cool
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