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    i showed my buddy this who is getting into fitment. He said this is the best thing since camber arms...
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    Quote Originally Posted by starbai View Post
    Not to take away from the OP's post, but I also really like this one:
    http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_specs.jsp


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    Seems like it was more or less the same one posted here:
    They're charging for it now

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    anyone got any others?

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    The op's link no longer works

    I loved that one.

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    NOOOOOO!!!!! That was my favorite calculator...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JVC View Post
    NOOOOOO!!!!! That was my favorite calculator...
    Ya, that sucks. I haven't found one that even comes close to how well that one explained it to me haha. Im a very visual person and seeing the two colored lines made all the sense in the world to me.

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    Default Tire size help.

    Sorry wrong thread. Deleted
    Last edited by Midnight; 11-22-2011 at 04:25 PM.

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    http://www.fitmywheels.com/

    This site also takes camber into account
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    This is a very good program...

    I need this at 2 months ago to put a XXR 527 in my Clio, but i don't know if the Offset deal in my car..

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    For a rim 16 which I can put wheel with little profile.

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    hi,
    It is really very good site. It may help a lot for all members.It contain important informtaion about wheels and others .Thanks for shearing the wonderful site.

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    Am I the only one seeing problems? I put in exact measurements from my car. It shows a 7.1mm ride height dif from stock to 18's but it's a lot more than that. Atleast a half an inch. Plus, it says that my 18's wouldn't clear oem strut assembly (which it does). I don't currently need a calculator, but it worries me.

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    That's the one I used when researching wheels and tires for mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starbai View Post
    Not to take away from the OP's post, but I also really like this one:
    http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_specs.jsp
    +1

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    Nice to know about the wheel/tire calculator,its really a good info that i got from this thread,with this measurement i can guess the tires and wheels with an appropriate measure.Thanks for sharing this useful info.

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    Default I like sizemytires as well..

    Quote Originally Posted by Rollmodl View Post
    This calculator is much better http://www.tire-size-calculator.info/
    I like sizemytires.com and then there are plenty of alternatives of sizemytires.

    Use this tool to compare two tire sizes. The tool can be useful for finding out whether or not an alternative tire size is compatible with your vehicle.

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    Hey John thanks for that, just checked our projected tire size:

    The overall diameter variance of the new tire is 16 millimeters , which is 2.49% different than the original. You should never go beyond 3% of the original tire, otherwise you run the risk of brake failure.
    We're within range. Too bad it doesn't allow for specific car/vans. I think to get an accurate reading is to us all of those site listed. But currently I'm helping wheel-size.com with their specs.. seems someone transfered over the Gen I spec sheet over to the Gen II spec sheet.. I'm seeing allot of numbers that aren't correct. Hopefully Alex will get this taken care of shortly.

    Resources:
    Wheel-size.com
    TacomaWorld.com
    RimsNTires.com
    DiscountTire.com

    Locate the Rim & Tire Manufactures Home Page:
    KMCWheels.com
    WheelPros.com
    Maxxis.com

    Avoid/Fail:
    TireRack.com (Will not allow you to modify your wheel/tire specs)
    CariD.com (Sold a wheel/tire package to my bud, the tires were over 2 years old)
    Last edited by ToasterVan; 06-16-2015 at 07:49 AM.

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    This is awesome. Such a good tool to use when looking at different tire specs.

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    I must say, this link happens to be my personal favorite when it comes to tire size calculators

    https://www.tacomaworld.com/tirecalc

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    Default best wheel/tire calculator ever

    according to my memory the wheel/tire calculator was already there when I joined this forum on the 10th of February

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    I've found this one to be helpful...

    https://www.wheel-size.com/calc/
    2010 Wide Body Dodge Charger

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