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The ride is harsh enough without driving on wafer thin rubber.


I reckon the insurance company would have a field day if you run on 22"s
 

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There is no reason they wouldn't fit- unless you can't find a tyre with a low enough profile and a wheel with similar width/ offset.



Even 235/30R22 is slightly larger in diameter but should work. https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Tire-Size-Calculator/235-45R19/235-30R22?active=0&ismetric=true


This is a Canadian website, but it shows very limited choices for tyres in that size https://www.1010tires.com/Tires/235-30R22



You'd want an 8.5" wide wheel with an offset around the 40 to 52mm range, 5 x 108mm PCD and 63.4mm centre bore.


(For a comparison I've got 19x8.5'" 40mm offset wheels with 255/40R19 tyres and there's plenty of space- but that is on a Mk2.)
 

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I’ve got a 2015 titanium x sport and the alloys which are on it just now are 18” 235/50/R18 however when I put my reg into tyre websites or alloy websites it comes up with the preselection option of 235/45/R19 I’m wondering if this car originally had 19” alloys on it and if they have been changed
 

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I’ve got a 2015 titanium x sport and the alloys which are on it just now are 18” 235/50/R18 however when I put my reg into tyre websites or alloy websites it comes up with the preselection option of 235/45/R19 I’m wondering if this car originally had 19” alloys on it and if they have been changed
Yes, the Titanium X Sport came with 19" wheels as standard.
 

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That’s annoying my last Kuga has 19’s and I thought it looked much better this one has the 18s but I can’t justify paying all that cash to buy new ones to upgrade mine back to 19’s
 
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