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Old 05-31-2005, 12:12 PM   #11
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Correction, not all 225/50/15 are created equal, and not all fit without spacers (they rub the front strut). This includes the Bridgestone Potenza S-03 and other tires that run a similar 9.4" of section width. Popular choices that do fit include the Yokohama ES100 and Falken ZE-512, but in general the more aggressive tires (those that run wide, in addition to generally more sporting characteristics) will not fit the Ronal LS ET25 without touching the front strut.
Is it possible to run a small 5mm spacer on the ronals in the front to fit some big boy rubber up front? Kind of defeats the purpouse of perfect fitting wheels though, so I'll probably buy a set of ES100's.
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