Now, This is a VERY good new :thumbsup:arch said:I placed an order at Tire Rack for the Pro Kit setup, and recieved a call from the sales rep telling me it would arrive and ship on May 20th.
Andynolife said:isn't the second one is 17" stock TL rims ? how come it's 225/40/18 ?
and 225/45/18 is acutally .2 or .5 inch bigger than stock diameter ..
Lanny i think u type sthing wrong .. ~ :troutslap
but other than that .. he is rite ..
Very nice wheel; super light and still strong......mightymouse said:wow thanks for the pics guys. Lanny one questions. i am running 225/45/17 on oz supperleggeras. with the sport kit is there any wheel tuck? doesnt look like it in that picture just wantt o make sure. thanks....
LannyM said:Very nice wheel; super light and still strong......
Sportline is rated at 1.9" front, 1.6" rear.
ProKit is rated at 1.6" front, 1.4" rear.
225/45/17, because they are 1/2" smaller diameter than stock, are tucked with Sportlines.
I've got my FLEXes at 2" front, 1.7" rear, and with 225/45/17s I have a 1 finger gap all the way around.
i thought he wants the system .. not the springs itself ...nas liw said:hey if anyone wants either kit let me know.. i have both.... pro $215...ish
sport $205.. ish
i am not sure how much tire rack is.... if it's better can someone let me know... hahaha.... to lazy to check but i hear they have great prices ahhahha....
ps i would go with the pro kit.... nice and soft... sport is a lil to stiff but feels like there is more handling... when you drive it....
When I had the stock tires (215/50/17) with 2.0" front/1.7"rear, I didn't really have gap-kinda tucked. I really couldn't stick my finger in there at all....mightymouse said:wait im running the wsame size tires but with less drop then you have iw ill have wheel tuck. you have 1 finger gap all the way down and you are lower then the sportlines?