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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 20th March 2017, 12:25 Thread Starter
 
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Hi hopefully picking up a16 plate fk2 on Saturday.
I have a set of fn2 alloys in my shed wondered if they physically fit the fk2 r as 2 of them have snow tyres on which I'd Like to use in the snowy weather.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 20th March 2017, 12:31
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No, there are too many differences; Tyres and Wheels - Civinfo Wiki

I also doubt that they'll fit over the front caliper.

Well done ordering an FK2, I bet you can't wait.
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Ahh I see there no were near lol
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Yeah fingers crossed it goes through ok..... So exited but so nervous
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minimum of 18" for the FK2. i run 7x18's on ET42's and are mm's away from the front calipers. Even stick on weight placement is a consideration with 18's
also, PCD is 5x120 and not 114's.

225/45/18 is recommended winter size too.
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If I'm not mistaken 225 40 18 is recommended winter size. At least that's what my FK2 had to wear the last months.
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your right; 40 profile... typo from me!
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