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Hey guys i dont think you can but iv just got some wheels that i thought we`r 9" all round but the fronts are 8" rears 9"
Are these ok to fit to a 4 wheel drive gtr hmmm.. me dunno lol

dankoo :D
 

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no mate its meesies the 4wd system up i recently had same probly
 

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ahh crap..!! cn u not just pop the same size tires on lol
 
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apparently no does all sorts of things to the 4wd system which you dont want to screw up.

even worn tyres on the back and not on the front can effect it
 

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Go to a tyre dealer who knows what he is talking about,
and get him to match up tyres front and rear with the closest
possible overall rolling diameter, my local dealer sells toyos and they do
a good booklet with a the various different profiles and rolling diameters
i would think that if you keep the diameters within 5-10mm you will
be OK, thats the kind of difference you would get between a new
and a worn tyre anyway.
 

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Go to a tyre dealer who knows what he is talking about,
and get him to match up tyres front and rear with the closest
possible overall rolling diameter, my local dealer sells toyos and they do
a good booklet with a the various different profiles and rolling diameters
i would think that if you keep the diameters within 5-10mm you will
be OK, thats the kind of difference you would get between a new
and a worn tyre anyway.

as katiered says best way to go or try clicking here for advice


http://www.carbibles.com/tyre_bible.html

Hope it helps Chris
 

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wheel at the mo iv got almost new bridgestone 255 x 17`s on ma car but front n rear wheels are different so i got a nice set of black 5 spoke oz wheels, shame there the wrong sizes lol, yellow car, black rims mmmm :D
 
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