Hey guys, I've gotten pretty unlucky with both Zeds I own and after doing a bit of work on them it's become very apparent that I pretty much need new wheels/tyres for both. The one I am focusing on for now is the 1990 2+0 N/A as the other is in pieces and will be for a while. I have read a heap of tyre fitment guides, including the one over at Nico(?) and also done a search here. I'm a bit lost however and would appreciate some help if possible. My N/A has had the TT rotors and calipers (sumitomo's) swapped onto it (assuming by the previous owner) from what I can see as they look the exact same as my TT brakes and have the sumitomo logo. I'd like a set of wheels and tyres that fit without any guard work or any modifications to the vehicle, happy with 17" but I'm open to 18" if they'll fit reasonably without any modifications or work required. The car is pretty much only going to be used for street use. My biggest requirement is that anything I put on needs to be legal and able to pass a green slip in the NT. From what I can see I should be able to get something like 17x8.5+35 114.3x5 and have no issues, but I really wanted to confirm before doing this in case I have it all wrong as I don't need a third set of wheels laying around. I'm planning on having the same all around rather than staggering, a few of the benefits for me are easily rotating all 4 and cost savings as from what I've read the larger you go the more expensive tyres become? I also figured for street use this shouldn't be an issue. My big problem with both current sets of wheels is they don't clear the brake calipers on the fronts without spacers and I don't want to be running any spacers as they're illegal in the NT from what I've read and this car is due to go over the pits in about 3-4 months and I don't want to have to swap a set of stockies out every time it needs an inspection because I'm lazy. I hope you can see I've done some research here and I don't get a huge flame war started because I've not been able to trust in my understanding of the research I've done even though there is a wealth of info available.