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Im Juli 1993 kam die vierte und bisher letzte Generation des Supra auf den Markt (Modellcode JZA80), die bis August 2002 gebaut wurde.

Anfang 1986 wurde die dritte Generation des Supra vorgestellt. Sie ist zugleich die erste, die nicht mehr mit dem Namenszusatz Celica vermarktet wurde.

Die zweite Generation wurde im Herbst 1981 präsentiert. Auch sie war immer noch als Derivat des Celica Liftback erkennbar, hatte aber mit den neuen (170 PS) starken 6-Zylinder-Motoren einen komplett eigenständigen Antrieb.

Der aus dem James Bond Film bekannter 2000 GT wird von der Supra Community aufgrund des Reihen 6-er und der Coupe Form als der UR-Supra gesehen.

My Wheels Arrived And pics | Forum

jazz
Dez 20 '06
Ok guys my wheels came and they look nice i love the look but the only problem is i need a more strecthed tyre on the rear any suggestions?

heres what i have

front 19x9.5 tyres size is 245/35/zr19
rear 19x12 tyres size 295/30/zr19

what other tyres can i get on these wheels to give it more low profile and stretced look?

s105.photobucket.com/albums/m212/sam121_2006/jazz1/
Suprapepe Driver
Dez 20 '06
Very nice Wheels!!!
jazz
Dez 20 '06
thanks i have a small set ofsrches going on, but anyone help on what tyres i can stretch more on the wheels?
AustrianSupra Driver
Dez 20 '06
nice wheels..... :sunglasses:

295`ies are allready stretched on a 12" wide wheel.....
jazz
Dez 20 '06
not that much, could 275s work? or is there any other lower ones that 295?
AustrianSupra Driver
Dez 20 '06
Original geschrieben von: jazz
not that much, could 275s work? or is there any other lower ones that 295?


perfect fit for 12" is 315-335 tires..........275`ies are crazy and would look ugly on 12"´s


If you need a lower sidewall than your 295/30/19 you can go 305/25/19
I had them on my car.......
jazz
Dez 20 '06
but i wana stretch the rear more otherise my tyres wont sit in the arch
jazz
Dez 21 '06
anyone know if you can get 285/25/19 tyres?
AustrianSupra Driver
Dez 21 '06
Original geschrieben von: jazz
anyone know if you can get 285/25/19 tyres?


no
jazz
Dez 22 '06
all sorted il post pics when new tyres fitted and tiny arches
jazz
Dez 28 '06
ok guys at the moment iv got 295/30/zr19 on the rear of my 12" wheels and the tyre comes out the arch slightly it doesnt even look stretcted, iv just fitted a 275 and it looks nasty too over strecthed, will a 285/30/zr19 go nicley? or am i best sticking with the 295 which doesnt give me no strecth?
Peter10654
Dez 28 '06
Hey Jazz,

I think you need to check this byself :blush:

I drive on 12" wheels 335/35 ZR18 but I drive Veilside arches.

285 are a good size normaly for 10" wheels but If you need to strech the tyres a little bit 285 will be fine on 12"

If the 295 doesn't scratch and the arches you will be fine :blush:Bigger is better :blush:You don't drive an underpowered car... :grinning::grinning:

Cheers

Peter
jazz
Dez 28 '06
hey if you look at picture 0418 that is the 295/30/zr19 tyre i have on and its square at the moment and touches the arch, will the 285 give it a nice stretch or over stretch? judging from the pic?
Peter10654
Dez 28 '06
I took a look on the pictures...

I would take 285th but maybe you are still to wide and maybe you need Veilside Arches or need to distend the original arches.

Why havn't use rims with a bigger offset?

Streching with 285th in my opinion isn't too bad.
jazz
Dez 28 '06
see when i put the 275 on they give me a good clearance but too strtecthed so 185 would be better? right