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19" wheels and tires


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I have 19"s. No problem here. Pretty much as hard as 18's. As tires, I did find out that Toyos are definitively much quieter than Yokos or Michelin. Very quiet, and cheaper and last longer.

Will 19" wheels and tires work on a 1999 C2 and will the ride get too hard since I hace M030 suspension with H&R springs.

I would like to hear from members that have 19"

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Will 19" wheels and tires work on a 1999 C2 and will the ride get too hard since I hace M030 suspension with H&R springs.

I would like to hear from members that have 19"

Thanks

Got 19x11 19x8.5 with no issues in ride comfort. One recommendation I can give is not to go with P-Zeros. I'm on my 3rd set and will be the last do not last very long and carry alot of road noise after the first 1-2kmls. They stick to the road like glue if your are into heavy sport driving, but I cannot justify as I rarely push hard enough to need them. That being said I've had it over 160mph on the wichita turnpike, Emporia police cut me some slack you can see for miles and no one was home.

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