Date Registered: 09-2012 Location: Brisbane TOTAL POSTS:309
Re: I have 225/65/17 on my T31, so there's nothing new there. I'm running the factory alloys with Cooper CS5 tyres. I don't see why the T32 would be different to a T31 when it comes to finding 16 inch wheels though (unless the T32 has weird holes for the wheel studs to poke through....as long as you keep your rolling diameter about the same, then you should be fine.
--- Mark (X-2639)
2011 ST Series IV 4x4 with CVT in Precision Grey
Cooper CS5s, Tinting, Towbar, Bonnet Protector.
Mods: Steering Wheel Lights, Bash Plates, DBA Slotted Rotors
Date Registered: 08-2013 Location: Canberra TOTAL POSTS:115
Re: T32 Wheel size conundrum! err....you forgot to mention the 'offset' of the wheel. You know, the distance from the hub to the inner and outer edges.
Every vehicle has a different offset, so buying a wheel which suits, say, a Murano, might not make it a perfect choice for an X-trail.
--- 2013 ST, T31 Series 5, first reg'd Aug 29, 2013
Date Registered: 01-2013 Location: Brisbane north side TOTAL POSTS:27
Re: Ok, I got some misinformation about the offset. One website lists +40, but when the T32 was registered with the Aus Govt, Nissan listed as a +45 offset meaning a lot more wheel options and a lot less headaches!
--- What you're talking about is 'practice'.... which should be banned as a performance enhancer!
Tom Skelding, X-2874 (c), T32 AWD CVT the Red Rocket