so basically what is being suggested that all tire and wheel sizes if they are all the same measurement regarding say outside dimensions comparing between a 14,15,16,17 ,18 etc there will be no issues...
Boy I am glad I didn't say that....
Lets see... stopping specifications become invalid , handling characteristic change, suspension feel and reaction change etc.
I can list at least about 50 plus Performance related companies and Professional Race car builders that would love to have that kind of information...Basically about 40% of the SEME registry
To be better suited for MAZDA's one that competes with MAZDA's. CORKSPORT
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