The problem you will have is the 19" size.sydl said:Hi all, can anyone post the load rating specs of the OEM tyres?
The size is 225/40 and 285/35 from the brochures but I need to know the other specs to see if there are any sticky club tyres that matcht he load ratings.
It's not the size I'm worried about it's the load rating.Enigma said:The Corsa has a size for the rear and not the front...
Hi Ashok, Thanks for the link, but I've already seen the Conti site. That has no load rating info either. I don't need the speed rating, it's the load.Ashok Arora said:
And many insurance companies refuse payment on track cars.. especially if damaged at the track.sydl said:Of course you can put any tyres of similar size on, but unless they meet the manufacturer's specs the car will be deemed "unroadworthy" by insurance companies. Since I want to track the car I want to know what load rating the tyres are so I can find out what (if any) R compound tyres I can put on the car.
sydl said:Enigma, I don't know how to explain it more clearly. I am not worried about load ratings when I am on the track. I'm happy to run Hoosiers or PSCs regardless of load rating.
I want to know the load rating so that when I am driving on the way to the track and on the way home that if I happen to have a little accident my insurance company doesn't deny cover because my car is unroadworthy. It will be unroadworthy because it has tyres that do not comform with the manufacturer's specs.
So what tyres are these?