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Ive just won a set of 15" wheels and tyres on the 'bay..

Does anyone know if its possible to fit a full set of rims and tyres in a roadster?


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yes.

spare out, 1 in the boot. 1 on the parcel shelf. 2 on the passenger seat.
Take the passenger seat out to make it easier, better visability and use of handbrake. also letting the air out of the tyres may help.
 

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Flatten the tyres and get 2 on the passenger seat, 1 in footwell and 1 in boot
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Take the seat out, and you can put three in the passenger side without the fear of making a mess of your seat. I personally wouldn't put one on the parcel shelf though, if someone shunts you up the arse, or you shunt someone else, it could get messy.
Definately one in the boot though, easy old job really!!
 

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seat out ftw.
 

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I may have sorted it...

I have family not far away from the seller... and my dad is going up there next weekend

Im sure he can be bought for a crate of beer
 

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3 195/50/15s will happily fit on the passenger seat and of course 1 in the boot (with spare removed in the mk1).
 

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Just wrap the wheels in bin bags to protect the seats, it's what I have done about 4 times.

Why bother taking the seat out when there is a simpler option?
 

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Ive just won a set of 15" wheels and tyres on the 'bay..

Does anyone know if its possible to fit a full set of rims and tyres in a roadster?


Cheers
I got 4 15" tyres and wheel in mine when I fitted my 17"s IE 2 in the boot and tie boot down + 2 in the passenger seat cramped but OK
 
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