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Due to vehicle and product specifications which are
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Before purchasing any upgraded wheel and tyre
fitments, you should always check with
1. Your state or national laws in relation to aftermarket / oem upgrades on your
2. The tyre load must be the equal of or greater than the recommendation on the
vehicles tyre placard ( ie 91 load index on placard can be 91 or greater
3. Some vehicles may come with a multiple tyre placard that show a variety of
tyre sizes and load indexes, this allows for different upgrades that are not shown within this guide for these
4. Wheel load ratings should be confirmed prior be
5. Always do fitment check on wheels for calliper clearance prior to mounting
6. Never use spacer plates to make wheels
7. Overall tyre diameters and section widths may vary from brand manufacturers,
so the calculations of OD’S and section widths are estimated on an average only.
8. Tyres must be within 15mm increase in diameter and 25mm decrease in diameter,
check with your state or national laws.
9. Check with your insurance company that you are covered when replacing original
wheels tyres for large options.
information is based on a standard vehicle with no modifications
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ensure the correct wheel and tyre is fitted to the correct
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