you dont in SA, but if its an illegal wheel and you get caught, you will just get a defect.
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Originally posted by ebxr8240 I think there are sizes you have to be within? For power/manual steer etc..Other than that I don't think so??
that makes sence, i remember a long time ago when me and my friends were all starting to get our licences, my friend had the smallest "sport" steering wheel on his kingswood with huge/wide tyres and it was allmost impossible to steer unless the car was moving.
by the way saying tyre size/width having nothing to do with steering difficulty is utter BS. it made a hell of a diference to this thing. plus it could no longer even break traction anymore, it just burnt the clutch...
Originally posted by Falchoon Every state has different regs but as a general rule of thumb 13" seems to be the lower size limit for sports steering wheels. You shouldn't need an engineer's report unless you are going smaller.
Cool thanks, ive got a 14" wheel so i was just finding out
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