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7,5x17 ET18??
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Hi, all.

I`m already in the search for next summers new wheels for my 2010 Blingo. Do any of you know if 7,5x17 ET18 will fit? I guess the tires will be 215/45-17.

Thanks for any thoughts!
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(06-10-2014, 12:50 PM)sst079 Wrote:  Hi, all.

I`m already in the search for next summers new wheels for my 2010 Blingo. Do any of you know if 7,5x17 ET18 will fit? I guess the tires will be 215/45-17.

Thanks for any thoughts!

Mine are 7x 16 ET15  and plenty of room left
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(06-10-2014, 05:02 PM)richieski Wrote:  
(06-10-2014, 12:50 PM)sst079 Wrote:  Hi, all.

I`m already in the search for next summers new wheels for my 2010 Blingo. Do any of you know if 7,5x17 ET18 will fit? I guess the tires will be 215/45-17.

Thanks for any thoughts!

Mine are 7x 16 ET15  and plenty of room leftess 

Thanks, richieski. Then I guess it should work fine!
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(06-10-2014, 12:50 PM)sst079 Wrote:  Hi, all.

I`m already in the search for next summers new wheels for my 2010 Blingo. Do any of you know if 7,5x17 ET18 will fit? I guess the tires will be 215/45-17.

Thanks for any thoughts!
Hi,
i have 7.5 x18's on mine, with a 45 ET AND 20mm spacers, making them into a 25ET, so i would say no as they will be to close to the front suspension leg.  Sad
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#5
If ET25 doesn't hit the strut, then ET18 wont as that will sit further outboard. The lower the ET, the further outboard the wheel sits, providing the width isn't greater.
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Iv'e got ET 25 / 7 J / with 235 / 45 / 17 tyre's
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy
 
                                                        

                                        
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(20-10-2014, 02:22 PM)FeuxLingo Wrote:  If ET25 doesn't hit the strut, then ET18 wont as that will sit further outboard. The lower the ET, the further outboard the wheel sits, providing the width isn't greater.

sorry i stand to be corrected your right  Smile well it was a bit early in the morning for me  Wink
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