I have some Nitto NT01s that I bought from someone with about 5 miles on them. They are a track only tire and are very sticky. I can part with them if anyone is interested since they are collecting dust. i think they are 225/40/18
I have some Nitto NT01s that I bought from someone with about 5 miles on them. They are a track only tire and are very sticky. I can part with them if anyone is interested since they are collecting dust. i think they are 225/40/18[/b]
Just dropped off my 2006 speed6 to have new tires put on - 225/40ZR-18 Kumho Ecsta MX. Should be a HUGE difference in handling with a 4-wheel alignment, compared to the OEM Dunlops I had on there (with the bald rears).
Edit: what a rip off! charged me $85 for the alignment and $25 *per tire* for labor. Pigfuc*ers. Harding Tire in Worcester MA for anyone interested.
bought my Yokohama YK 520's 225.40.18 94H from discount tire, 60k mileage, and they offer lifetime spin balance rotations, free flat repairs, air checks, free pro-rated road hazard, and the only 100% road hazard that i know of! Great service and they're fast too!
I have RX8 wheels, so they are +50 offset. I have H&R springs, but they aren't installed yet and they do rub when the trunk is full of luggage. I will be rolling the fenders in the next week or two. The tires are new, but they are pretty amazing in the wet.
Hey all - I am n00b when it comes to tires. I noticed yesterday that I have a bulge developing out of the sidewall of my front passenger side tire. It's about the size of a quarter and protudes probably 1/4" or so. Wheels and tires are still stock. Anyone know what this is or if I should be...
A guy is selling '06 M6 17" OEM alloys with good snow tires mounted. I do have the 04 6 wagon, but I actually want these wheels/tires for our '15 Mazda 5 Sport (16" alloys) for winter use. I understand that they'll fit ok and work because the 17"s take a lower profile tire. I just want to verify...
There are a lot of questions posted about which size to use, and how wide of a wheel to use, especially when plus-sizing on the US-spec 6. So, here is an easy guide to refer to when looking for replacement tires. First, let's breakdown what the size numbers/letters mean:
I used to have a 2003 mazda 6, and still some spare parts i need to sell, one of them being an unused donut spare.
I'm trying to figure out what other years and maybe vehicles it is compatible with.
Guessing it's good for 02-08? What about later years? Any other vehicles?