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GP Active Ground Clearance increase with R15 Tyres

Discussion in 'Tyres & Alloys' started by markan.murshid, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. Thanks..!! Shashank for your guidance.... would upload pics soon..
  2. Pics for my New Alloys and shoes in punto

    Finally got a chance to click some pics.... :D

    Here are few of them....

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    I hope you all like it...!!!

    Feed in your comments..!! i need everybody's feedback.. !!!

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    mini-20120116_162940.jpg
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2012
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  3. vijay

    vijay Timido

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    assam
    really looking very cool. by how much ground clearance increses.
  4. Hey Vijay,

    As i had a 185/65/14 configuration earlier so its a huge change to me nearly 13-15mm. but if you compare it with 14 or 15 inchers as OE alloy not much difference... 5mm hardly.... the tyres are very silent...
  5. Italia-Linea

    Italia-Linea Staff Member Janitor

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    Pune
    wow!! they look meaty. can you post a pic of whole car from side and from a distance?
  6. sudhakar

    sudhakar

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    Ghaziabad
    Great looking wheels, can you post the complete car picture?
  7. Here is the complete picture....

    mini-20120117_101113.jpg
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  8. shashanknathani

    shashanknathani Superiore

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    Pune
    Get rid of these ugly looking mud flaps at rear... They just hide the beautiful tire view of the rear.
  9. Would Surely Shashank. I was looking for the hard plastic mud flaps as in swift top model for front, as they wont fit on the rear, will remove the rear ones.
  10. difference is 6 mm from your old tyre/rim. how ?

    total height of 14" with 165/80 is 350mm+tyre is 132mm = sum of both /2 =241 height from ground to center of the wheel
    for 15" with 195/60 375mm+ tyre wall 117mm = sum of both /2 =246 mm height from ground to center of the wheel.
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2012

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