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Old 02-20-2012, 09:23 AM   #1
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S2000 Tire Size Question

I have an 00 s2k with Ap2V2's. The tires now need to be replaced, and I have a pair of 225/45/17 for the fronts and 245/45/17 rears off my lexus sitting in my garage. Tires are Bridgestone Potenza's RE92's.

Stock tire size on the S2K is 225/45/17 fronts, and 245/40/17 rear, would the wheels off my Lexus work on my S2k, the fronts are fine, the rear profile is 1 size bigger.

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Yes, 245/45/17 will work on the rear of the S, but the overall diameter is going to be taller by a little bit.
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Yes, 245/45/17 will work on the rear of the S, but the overall diameter is going to be taller by a little bit.
Thank you for your help!

Will the difference in tire size effect the the speedometer or odometer?
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Will the difference in tire size effect the the speedometer or odometer?
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