Do you know how much tread depth you have on the others? You might be ok with just getting one tire if there is plenty of tread. Otherwise, you may want to get 2 tires. I would put the new ones on the rear axle to reduce the chance of oversteer.
If the tread wear is significantly different then it means the differential is working continuously, even when you are driving in a straight line. It also applies a slight torque difference under acceleration which tends to make the car pull to one side. There's also a difference under braking.
If you have the choice of matched fronts or matched rears then go for the fronts every time. If you can't make two match out of the four then bite the bullet and dig out the credit card.
Looking to purchase a set of Zuki 18x8 wheels. 5x112 with a +35mm offset. Will they fit. And can anyone tell me whats a good tire size to put on them. Looking for a wider look but i dont want and rubbing issues.
I'm considering purchasing a nice set of 17" Denver wheels to put on my 2003 Passat Wagon. I've seen a few photos of folks that have put Detroit wheels on their Passat, but I can't seem to find any with Denvers. Anyone have a pic they can post? Thanks!
Wondering if these will fit, they are 18"x8, 57.1 Center Bore with a +41 offset. I think they will, however what would be a reasonable size tire to run without throwing the speedo off too much, and preventing rubbing?
I've got a great set of OEM Madras I run in the good weather. I have the factory VW logo center caps, but would rather run a BBS logo. Does anyone know exactly what part I would look for or where to get them. Thanks in advance.
This is the opportunity for you to review a tire you own or have alot of expierence with. I would recommend the following format for the review:
1. The Brand/Model and Size ( Example: Goodyear Eagle F1 225/45R17) Also can include price and where purchased.
2. Tell us about your driving style.(...