Thank you for your reply.
Is it possible to copy this thread to the appropriate sub section for the vehicle please as it may illicit more replies?
Of course, quality of tyre and price is a consideration and we would not knowingly opt for cheapies. Acceptable brands available on line, namely Hancook or Bridgestone, appear to be within his price bracket taking into account that he will need to buy four of them.
We are concerned as to whether the larger diameter of the wheel plus tyre ( diameter about 94 mms more I think) will foul anything.
There is also the affect the larger rolling circumference of the tyre ( about 283 mms more I think ) will have on the speedometer reading. It will read considerably slower due to the greater rolling circumference and the lower revolutions of the wheels over any given distance. If my knowledge and maths is correct the speedo. would read about 15% slow which is not good and in fact illegal.
Is it possible at a sensible cost to recalibrate the speedometer if the larger tyres are fitted?