Played a bit with Photoshop, and added the new S60 Bor 19 inch rims to my car. How does it look?
you can buy anything if you have the part number they don't care its money in there pocketsI am thinking of getting the current 18 inch Taranis rims I have on, sprayed gloss black. Not sure if I should do it, as I don't think Volvo SA is going to let me buy the above wheels.
You learn something new every day. I didn't realise the steering rack limits were electronically controlled. Another reason to keep Kwik-Fit away from my carMy understanding is that it'll change the limits of the steering rack, the off shoot is that you'll have an increased turning circle.
It looks really nice. What's the offset? I am looking for some wheels with 38 or 40 offset, but I don't know if it is too much or not enough...I'm not sure about your local dealer info. A larger wheel just needs a lower profile tyre to keep the circumference the same - that means the speedo is still good. And I don't quite see see how a software update while change a physical dimension to avoid scrub
These 20" wheels are actually fitted. I'm thinking that when my current tyres are finished a wheel change might be in order.
Not the best technical explanation, but from my ripspeed days...... offset (ET) is measured in mm, its the distance from centre line of rim to the hub face, so fitting wider wheels sometimes needs care with offset, or the arch or suspension could be fouled. Eg, an old Vauxhall runs up to ET49, so struggles with arch clearance with aftermarket ET42wheels, while an old Peugeot runs ET15, so would require 30mm spacers for ET42 aftermarket wheels.Hi , i am new here , what is the offset referring to? Is that something to do with the tyre or the rim ?