Well, actually, Bentley list five wheel sizes. The largest being 17.7 for a 225.17.45 tire. My experience suggests that one could use a tire as large as 225.18.45 with minimal rubbing if any, and speedo would be more accurate. As we all know, there is lots of room under a B5 fender.
So as the title says, the rear driver side tire has been losing air daily. I fill up the air to about 35 psi and by next morning, it is down to 10psi. I thought it was a small flat maybe so I went to get it patched. However, they told me the rear tires are wearing out so it'd be...
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?