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Old 14.09.2020, 10:25
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Legal Tyre usage

Hello.

I'm new in posting around here and have a question that I couldn't get clear from a topic back in 2009(!?)...

Here is the riddle.

Own a JCW from December 2017.
Original "allowed" measures for the tyres stand as:
185/50R17
205/45ZR17 in 7Jx17 ET54 - Factory size
205/45R17
205/40ZR18 in 7Jx18 ET54 - Current install option from BMW
225/35ZR18

Would it be legal to use a rim WITH CH-Zulassung in:
7.5 x 17" ET35 with 215/45 ZR17

this would mean 1.5% more on the diameter.

So the questions.
Is it legal in a Police detailed control?
Is it legal to take it to MFK?

Thank you all for the time.
Have a great day.
 




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