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'FLY TII' Inka in Washington State


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Hi, does anyone know who owns the Inka with Washington State license plate "FLY TII"? I am curious to know what size tires he/she chose for his/her factory alloy wheels.

Thanks,

Robert

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That's great info, thanks. I checked Tire Rack and the pickens are kinda slim in that size. Does anyone know if Sean frequents the board or what his email address is? I'm getting ready to order tires and I'd love to get input from those that own the factory alloys.

Thanks,

Robert

PS Feel free to email me offline at "robmoylan [at] hotmail.com"

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I've had 185/60/13 Yoko AVS and Sumi HTR200 on 5x13 steelies on my 1600. I thought they were a blast, but you learn to stay away from bumps and craters with the narrow sidewalls. I think 195/60/13 might be too wide for 5x13 wheel, may need a 5.5 or 6? AVON TYRES (in the UK, part of Cooper Tires) still has a 185/60/13 high-perfromance radial according to their website, but dunno if its sold in the US.

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