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Wheels and Tires

DotFactory Wheel/Tire Information
Stock tire & wheel specs including width, size, pressures, etc.

DotTires/Wheels Survey
Triumphspitfire.com's visitors rank their tire brands, sizes, wheels. Also helpful deciding wheel brands. Note: the page has many entries therefore may be slow to load.

DotAftermarket Wheel Brands for Your Car
A list of wheels that will fit Spitfires/GT6's

DotWheel Alignment Specs.
Camber, caster, etc for Spitfire and GT6

DotWheel Stud Upgrade
Change Spitfire wheel studs to heavier, longer studs for aftermarket wheels

DotSpeedBleeder Sizes
The correct size of Speedbleeders as Spits require two sizes

DotWire Wheel Care
From a 1969 Triumph Service bulletin

DotWire Wheel Information

DotWheel Backspace

DotFront Spring Information
Info about front springs on 1962? Spitfire, Herald and Vitesse

DotDiff/Rear Suspension Information


DotTire Sizes for your Spitfire
Terry Thompson's research on tire sizes to fit the Spitfire's 4.5" wheels

DotTire Size Comparison
A list of popular tire sizes on 13" wheels and their heights.

DotWheel & Tyre Compare-o-rama
A site that uses Java to calculate differences in tire sizes.

DotWheel Stud Upgrades
Peter Ficklin tells how to change Spitfire wheel studs to heavier, longer studs for aftermarket wheels

DotCar Setup and Troubleshooting Guide
The effects of different tire pressures, shocks, antiroll bars, springs and alignment on handling.

DotWheel Weight Database
Weights for popular aftermarket wheels and sports cars' stock wheels.

DotTire Weight Database
There are only two ways to make your Spifire or GT6 quicker: add horsepower and reduce weight. This page lists weights of tires.

DotTruing Wire Wheels
This page tells how to make sure your wire wheels are true.

DotTire Size/ Axle Ratio Calculator
Ever wonder how far off your speedometer is with your new bigger tires? This wonderful site is MG based but the math still applies.

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