My Sprite has square rear wheel arches. Also, the front the tires come
right to the edge of the fender well. In other words if the wheel is at
full bump the tire could potentially rub the fender lip. I have had this
happen with a different set of tires with a larger diameter than the
Yokohama 175s and stock springs. The result was the lip lost a little
paint, no other damage. If it is a concern you may want to check the
height of you bump stops before taking the plunge with bigger tires.
On Thu, 5 Nov 1998 18:00:29 -0800 Andrew Griffith
>Does your Sprite have RWA or Square?
>-Drew '62MKII Sprite
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> Subject: Re: 175/60HR13
> I am running Yokohama A032R 175-60/13 on my square arch car.
> are mounted on 13x5" rims. These tires are great. I
> rod so that I wouldn't rub when carrying a passenger or when
> autocrossing. They fit with about 3/8" - 1/2" to spare on
> the tire.
> On Thu, 5 Nov 1998 13:18:16 -0800 "Larry and Sandi Miller"
> <email@example.com> writes:
> >Anybody out there ever ran a 175/60 on a Spridget? The
> >less than a "sorta stock" 155/70. So far I've only found two,
> >for $117 each and a Falken for $48 each.
> >Larry Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)
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