are the rims exactly the same size front and back. I bought my hawk used and one has some rash and wanted to replace it. Seen a guy on ebay selling single rims. Just wanted to know before I pull the trigger.
All wheels are same size, 20 x 10 50mm offset, just for your information, wheels are painted, had one wheel the inside barrel had no paint, dealer would not do anything about it, but have seen others had them replaced by Jeep. I had all four of my wheel cleaned up and powder coated black satin for $ 75.00 each cleaned up a few nicks, ect. I bought a OEM wheel that had been re conditioned for $345 out of Indiana. I would check a wheel repair shop it is amazing what they can do. Most of them will dismount and mount tire when done. Another thing is stick on wheel weights should be positioned just inside of spokes there is a small lip otherwise the weight will cut a groove in caliper, had mine messed up by selling dealer and didn't catch it til later. Installed new tires @ Discount Tire showed them where to place weights and they still screwed it up made them redo all wheels. Or have all your weights mounted on the extreme inside of wheel. Stick-on weights come in different thickness which makes a difference, only on front wheels except when you rotate. So I have two front calipers that have grooves in them because most tech, don't have any idea!!!!!! And they can damage caliper by just mounting wheel if they are not careful.
Hey has anyone found a good y rated tire 186+Mph for the trackhawk that conforms to the vehicles load rating (110).
And has anyone run the toyo proxy’s R888R?they are only rated at 104 for load so I’m worried about that with this vehicles load rating being 110.
And there are a bunch of...
Didn't find anything in the search... Wanted to see if anyone is using some hub centric wheel spacers to square the wheels to the body for a better look? If so, what brand and where to buy?
In the M3 community, putting hub centric wheel spacers on is what a lot of the enthusiasts do...
Am I crazy or are there virtually no tires available in the factory 295/45/R20 size? I've read that the factory pirelli All season run flats can be expected to wear out in under 20k miles. And they cost $500 each, and are hard being run flats.
Summit has one other tire.A Michelin Pilot...