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I found these on sale here for 300 quid. Will they fit x350?
Is their a profile offset issue?
 

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I wouldn't fit those tyres to my Jag. Here is an excerpt from one of the latest tyre tests:

2022 Tyre Reviews UUHP Summer Tyre Test - 10th of 10 tyres
  • Positive - Low external noise, low purchase price.
  • Negative - Extremely low grip in the wet with long wet braking distances and difficult to control handling, low aquaplaning resistance, low grip in the dry with poor handling.
  • Overall - The Federal Evolution ST-1 has poor grip in every condition, and dangerously long wet braking distances. Not recommended.
I am only interested in the alloys not the tyres.
Will the xk 2011 artura alloys fit 2005 x350.

If the offset of the reats are ok then ill buy 4 new identical tyres.

Ill check it out.

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Thanks to all.
If i decide to go for them ill first visit seller and measure up. Also want to see condition....
Might wait for some 20s....
 

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Re: Might wait for some 20's...

Ah, 20" rims with low profile tires... Look great. No sidewall. Rougher ride. Hit a pothole and get a sidewall bubble. I live with 20's on my XK, and while they look great, I long for some sidewall.

My X358 had 19's, and I actually thought of looking for 18's to improve the ride.
Thanks for the imput....
I am weighing up all the options.
Nothing decidid...
 

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Rear wheels for the 5.0 XKs will probably have 46 mm offsets so should work. However, the staggered sizes will really need a wider rear tyre to look right and the rear wheel is usually more dished which on an XK does look right. You will need to decide if it looks acceptable on an XJ.

The other thing to keep in mind is that you can't rotate wheels and a full size spare is only correct for one axle. Uniform wheel size front and back is probably the better option.
thanks
ive decided not to buy them,,,,.
 
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