Please tell us the year, make and model of the vehicle for which you would like a tire recommendation. I have read thru previous post but wasn't able to get answer. They are 5 x 100. Tire guys say just put them on and see if they rub??? I would like to buy some take offs at a reasonble price. Also please let us know which tire features are important to you. I want to make sure I fill up the wheel well as much as possible without any rubbing etc.
Im having a hard time finding out the largest 17 inch tire I can mount without any rubbing etc. I have 2010 vibe 2. I have read thru previous post but wasn't able to get answer. I purchased a set of scion tc 17 inch alloy wheels I want to put on my vibe. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do, Dale. If you bought them and can't use them, there is usually a ready market for them right here on genvibe. I think I might go the tape route.
A litte extra cushion than the original 55 sidewall, and they look great. Alot of the pontiac gto run very wide tires so I am hoping the width won't be a problem. You are leaving the Goodyear. I just like the stock look. Original equipment tires are the tires the vehicles comes with when you buy it new from the manufacturer. I purchased a set of scion tc 17 inch alloy wheels I want to put on my vibe. Safety belts, 3-point, rear all seating positions with center.
They are a nice looking wheel that are perfect for all 1st gen or the 2nd gen Vibes with the smaller engine. Other Features StabiliTrak, vehicle stability enhancement system Daytime Running Lamps Air bags, dual-stage frontal and side-impact, driver and front. The wheel wells on this car seem very large for such a small car? Has anyone tried these out before on a vibe?? I had to buy the tc wheels they were just so cheap and mint cond!!! The first problem that you will run into is the bolt pattern is different. Hope someone with a second gen Vibe steps up with definitive information about what could fit on your car. Finally, let us know the area of the country where you do most of your driving.
These tires are specifically selected for your car to provide an optimal driving experience. Try searching by your vehicle's tire size instead. Offsets for 1st gen vibes range from 35 to 45mm. When I look at boltpattern. You are leaving the Goodyear. Quote, originally posted by buggy1533 Â»I have 2010 vibe 2. However, if you are not happy with the way your car handles you might want to explore other tire options.
It would take a big upgrade to rub the top of the well. There is a guy with a 2006 pontiac torrent? I'm not sure the wheels will fit. All 2009 - 2010 Vibes with the 2. Also my wife is wondering why I have to see if her 2011 camry se stock 17 inch rims fit my vibe?? Finding your tire size is simple. I would want to look that up to make sure. Yep, the tC wheels will not fit. Im still up in the air about swapping the tpms.
Scion tC wheels won't fit a 2. Tire guys say just put them on and see if they rub??? If the bolt pattern is the right one, and the offset is ok, then they will probably fit without problem. Although not available online, we may be able to help you find a tire that fits your selection. Once you are at your vehicle, write down the following highlighted numbers located on your sidewall in the order shown below. Safety belts, 3-point driver and front passenger,. I'm not sure the wheels will fit.
. Im having a hard time finding out the largest 17 inch tire I can mount without any rubbing etc. That and I really haven't heard of people going to a 65 sidewall on our vehicle. OnStar, 1-year of Safe and Sound plan. Quote, originally posted by buggy1533 Â»I just noticed that I have a nice set of Acura rsx rims in my garage that should bolt right on. Now, that said, I have a 08 Vibe, so I'm not familiar with the 2nd gen configurations. I was confused the scion xb are the one I was looking for.
The Summer and possibly the Winter tires could have gone up to the next taller size and still fit. The best way to find the right new tire for you is to chat with one of our experts. I know what you mean by the pot holes! Quote, originally posted by lovemyraffe Â»The first problem that you will run into is the bolt pattern is different. Potholes no longer make me completely cringe. Tire pros, correct me if I am wrong, the more sidewall Dale goes up, the more apt the tire will rub front to back in the well, right? This way, we can provide you with our best recommendation.
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