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Old 01-30-2009, 02:32 PM
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I just bought a 1992 Jag and was wondering what sizes of rims can I fit on the car? Also do you know what the offset or bolt pattern need so I can find some rims to put on my Jag. Thanks
 
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what king of Jag
 
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:05 PM
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Its an XL6
 
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Here's some available choices, both 16" and direct fit on your XJ6

1994 Jaguar Kiwi wheels

1995-1997 Jaguardimple wheels.

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Old 01-31-2009, 03:45 AM
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You may also try 1993-94 XJ12 wheels , they're 16"


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and see my post at this thread :


https://www.jaguarforums.com/m_90068/tm.htm
 
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Hi Caddy,

I have a set of those 16" Lattice, I thought they were for a Le Mans edition XJS. They were factory XJ12 too? Canada or Europe? Never saw them in U.S.
 
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Really?

I've seen quite a few XJ40/V12s with the 16" lattice wheels here in the USA. In fact I thought they were standard issue for that car <shrug>

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I meant like as in bigger wheels, whats the biggest I can fit, I wanna go bigger. Will 20 or 22's fit? Just curious on fitment
 
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Can't help you, that's not the way I roll.
 
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ORIGINAL: JagtechOhio

Can't help you, that's not the way I roll.

What he said


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20 inch will fit take a look at my xj6 here

http://www.garaget.org/?car=123236

did some mods though but the rims where wide and whith big tuires if you use 8,5x20 whith 225/30/20 you wont have a slitest issue

Look at dp motorsports for wheels
 
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jaggachafen What wheels are those? They are so bad ***!!!!Give them to me!!!! lol Seriously could ya tell me what they are so i can copy you
 
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I would advise you to go to reputable tire shop and they will be able to tell you how big you can go. The rule is simple the total diameter of the wheel and tire should stay about the same all you are changing is the tire to wheel ratio, meaning more wheel less tire. I would also tell you to watch the with of the new wheels as wider wheels can cause rubbing in the wheel wells and possibly the outer fender. I hope this helps, keep us posted
 
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i suggest 20's to be safe your wheels should be no bigger than 20x9.5 but you can also use 8.5 just to be safe your tires should be 255/35/20 in the front and the rears 285/30/20

or you can do 235/35/20 all the way around.
 
 
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