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    has anyone fitted 245 45 17s?
    i had 2354017 and have 2354018 at the moment, just putting winter ones on, and think 245 45 17, will they rub or anyone tried them and were they ok? thnx

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    How is wide tyre's going to help on snow?
    You'll just sit on top of the stuff like a boat!

    If anything you want narrower tyre's......

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    What Width is your rim mate. Mine is a 18'' Alloy and the max I could go on my 8'' wide rim was 245 thats what I have on at the moment. 245 40 18

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    excllent, thats all i needed to see, if they would rub or not, thanks for the reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilangel View Post
    excllent, thats all i needed to see, if they would rub or not, thanks for the reply
    no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birchy63 View Post
    How is wide tyre's going to help on snow?
    You'll just sit on top of the stuff like a boat!

    If anything you want narrower tyre's......
    Not quit right...
    I work and have sold tyres for nearly 6 years now. Actually you have better traction in the snow than on the icy tarmark. The tyres are made for traction in the snow, if you drive on ice you have to have spikes in the tires to get a grip. And the cars of today are getting heavy´er ande heavy´er... så no problem to use wide wintertyres.
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