I picked up a set of Rial rims a while back. Two 5 inch and two 6 inch. Looks like they will take 185 and 205 front and rear. Tire Rack seems to have a few options.
Looks great! I like the stance. After searching for tire and wheel packages, I'm now decided to buy Rial wheels because my buddy is selling some used ones. I'm thinking of running 185/65/15 on all four corners.Yokohamas mounted. Pics with steel rims and Continentals (before) and with Rials and Yokohama’s (after). Car looks very different, I think. (Had to have one redone - tire guy didn’t line up yellow dot with valve stem. Went from 4 ounces of tape weights to 3/4 ounce when he redid it. I hate having to watch over “professionals” these days.
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I’ve been pleased with the rials. They’re German made, cleaned up nice. I had to order one replacement center cap. I did the ED spring upgrade, and the car is very happy now. I’d suggest it with 185/65R15s or you’ll probably get some rubbing, like I did in the front. Rear isn’t a problem. I went with Yokohamas because they were on sale at Tire Rack and had surprisingly high ratings across the board. I took mine into DC today and the taller sidewalls made a huge difference, in my opinion. I still try and avoid the worst sections of road, but it’s a much smoother ride. And yes, the bigger tires make the car look totally different, I think.
Sorry. Missed this.How’s it handle in the snow? What tires? I bought Blizzaks and Nokian studdeds last winter and we didn’t get any snow!