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    Default Wheel fitment?

    I'm looking to buy new summer wheels for my F55 Cooper S and I think I'm going to go with Team Dynamics pro race 1.2 but what would be the best fitment?

    18x8 et45
    17x7.5 et45

    If I went with 17x7.5 I was probably going to run with 225/45/r17 Uniroyal rainsports

    With the 18x8s I would probably go with 215/40/r18 Uniroyals.

    My only worry is with the 18x8s will there be enough clearance between the arch and struts? I also have coilovers going on soon so I do want to lower it as well.

    I just think 18s look better on the F55 due to the longer wheelbase

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    Ok so I've gone with 17x7 et38 TD pro race 1.2 in Matt black wrapped in Eagle F1s 225/45r17

    According to Goodyear's specs, those tyres are approved for a 7j rim.

    4-5 weeks for the alloys to be delivered.

    Can't wait summer is going to be awesome!!

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    Site Owner MINI William's Avatar
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    Think you’ve done the best thing. With coilovers and an 8j wheel you would more than likely run into rubbing issues
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    Administrator EcosseGP's Avatar
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    Looks like a sensible option. Sometimes thatís better than trying to fight to get exactly what you want. Itís usually cheaper too lol

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    Haha yeah. I ordered them from demon tweaks so let's hope they arrive in 4-5 weeks and not months .

    225/45r17 is so cheap! I got Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetricals for £67 per tyre! is definitely the cheapest tyre supplied by far and usually next day delivery. Highly recommend them.

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