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    VXR enough Desert_Cloak's Avatar
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    Default Tyres.

    Not your usual what tyres are people using, but more have people changed there size.

    Have people changed from:
    225/35/18
    To
    225/40/18

    How did it look afterwards and how did it change the ride?
    Asking because ill be investing in some new tyres soon (probably rainsports) and thinking of changing size as 35's are expensive and a pain to get hold of around by mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert_Cloak View Post
    Not your usual what tyres are people using, but more have people changed there size.

    Have people changed from:
    225/35/18
    To
    225/40/18

    How did it look afterwards and how did it change the ride?
    Asking because ill be investing in some new tyres soon (probably rainsports) and thinking of changing size as 35's are expensive and a pain to get hold of around by mine.
    I've just bought 2 Goodyear eagle f1's 225/35/18 for £110 per tyre from oponeo online. Still need to get them fitted at the weekend though.

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    I've got Michelin pilot sports that are 40's and went from Contis that were a 35 , they grip better and don't affect the look of the car imo


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    Been debating changin for a while now, main reason is im thinking it will soften the blow of constant pot holes in the roads nowadays

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    Go on asda tyres and search for what you want, find the place that does them, call them and order them in. I did this to buy my eagle F1s in that size.

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