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    hi everyone just a quick question i have 18inch vxr reps and i need a set of tyres i have 225-45-18 on at the moment but what other options do i have size wise ? could i fit 225-40-18 as they seem alot cheaper thanks in advance

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    yes you can fit 225/40/18 . ive got the same wheels ans ive got 235/40/18 on mine . khalid

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    Quote Originally Posted by happypostie View Post
    yes you can fit 225/40/18 . ive got the same wheels ans ive got 235/40/18 on mine . khalid
    thanks khalid

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    235/40/18 are the best fit mate

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    225/45/18 are the best fit as they help fill the arches.

    225/40/18 is the wrong size and your speedo will be out. Check the manual and you will notice there is no mention of this size for 18's

    what width are your alloys?

    If you want to run 235/45/18 then you really need an 8J

    Trying to run a 235 on a 7J or 7.5J is not ideal
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    Quote Originally Posted by merikiito View Post
    225/45/18 are the best fit as they help fill the arches.

    225/40/18 is the wrong size and your speedo will be out. Check the manual and you will notice there is no mention of this size for 18's

    what width are your alloys?

    If you want to run 235/45/18 then you really need an 8J

    Trying to run a 235 on a 7J or 7.5J is not ideal
    i had better stick with 225/45/18 worth asking thanks for all your help

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    I ran 225/40/18's. No problems with them at all. 235/40's are closer to the OE size of 215/50/17 than the 225/45/18.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sig View Post
    I ran 225/40/18's. No problems with them at all. 235/40's are closer to the OE size of 215/50/17 than the 225/45/18.
    this was why i went for the 235/40 /18 on mine , and they are the vxr reps . khalid

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    http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalcold.html
    Try this calculator, it gives you exact figures between 2 different sizes!

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    I use 225/40/18 on my car on a 8j wheel. They were the closest match according to the online calculator I used. I have no problems at all.

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