I have the new Rewinds - '0' offset - I'll confirm fit this week-end.
These will be my 'civilized' street tires - I've been running 15x8 ROH wheels
with 225/50 - 15 Yok's A-008R's, stock fenders - slightly rolled at the top,
car is extremely lowered - I only have rubbing with full tank of gas w/
passenger and big bumps.
My other 240Z has 16x7 ARE's w/ 225/45-16 Yok's AVS - nice tire, but they wear
out quickly. Up here in Canada they're also very (very) expencive.
Quoting Eric Gillis <email@example.com>:
> Did you get the 'new' Rewinds, or do you have the older ones from last year
> or so? I ask, because I have a set with the neg offset, and with 215's
> (cheeeeep Cooper Cobra GT's great for the drift, lousy for the grip), they
> barely clear the rear fender lip. I have a 70-3 280zxturbo franken-z with
> R200 lsd and 280zxt rear calipers, the fronts fit nice, but I couldnt fit
> 225's without a fender flare or a big baseball bat. I know the new round of
> Konig's have a 0 offset, which I want for either my supra or possibly the
> roadster, any one know for sure? I chatted with the central CA distributor/
> Ebay seller of the Konigs (tech toy tuning) and he wasn't sure if they would.
> Great Watanabe knockoffs, paint 'em black!
> I have used older AVS on the z and had a set on my 88 celica all trac, good
> tires, but the Azenis are better ($$$)
> BTW, I have a set of BFG Euro T/A's (3 years old now) on my 1600 and was able
> to set pace/keep up with a 2000 shod with the A032's on the great, extremely
> twisty roads of Highway 49, not bad for a closeout tire with free g-tech