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i recently purchased new rims and tires for my 05 RR they are 22" with 265-40-22 the prob is the tire has no curb guard and they are a lil short so i keep busting them bad i purchased a new set of rims but i am un sure of the tire size i can fit do to rubbing i live in the city so curbs are a big problem somebody please help....................................
 

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Hi welcome to the forum etc. Where abouts are you from?



yea and, er.....Don't drive into the curb maybe?
 

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If you put your location in your profile it will appear on all your posts.
That way someone local to you might advise sources of such things as tyres.

The Mk3 forum would probably be the best place for this query.
 

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Mash.

Give us the wheel width first, that way we can submit some suggestions on appropriate rubber for the Philly area of Bell Air ? ?

No doubt snow will be an issue at this time if it's falling already & let us know whether you're going off-road or strictly tarmac !

Cheerio,


Vinniman
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Perth, W.A.
 

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How about don't scrape the wheels against the kerb when you park?? Here you'll fail your driving test for touching the kerb, it's not there to bounce off of.
 

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Seriously you need to scrap the 22's and get a nice set of 19 inch LR wheels with 265/60 R19 4x4 tyres so that you can continue bouncing off the City Curbs without any rim damage :D

PS: Car will actually look better too....
 
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