Jerry VanderPool
San Simeon, California

Panasport 16 inch wheels on Jerry Vanderpool's beautiful car.

IMHO, this picture will illustrate that the use of a good looking wheel, and correct tires do not make Tiger's appear like "Low Rider's"

In addition, a very large choice of tire compositions are available for most any application. These wheels, and recommended tires, fit the Tiger with no body modifications. The extra space is always there for brake and suspension modifications, as desired. 15 inch wheels are also available with a large selection of tires, the sidewalls would be thicker, of course.

Jerry uses Yokohama 205/45/ZR16, on the front, and 225/45ZR16 on the rear. He believes the wheel model number might be 290583U, but Panasport knows the correct sizes and widths for your car, and the tires that go with them for fit. The car is reported to "handle like a dream", with just a "little" tire rub when backing and turning the wheel to the left. Sounds like my 13" Silverstones.

Jerry VanderPool

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