Ok, sounds good. I'll do that tonight.
Hey, quick question, back on topic... we mentioned weights and what not, so this is what I gathered:
I noticed that tire weight doesn't change much based on rim size because of the lower profile. Plus, the weights vary somewhat between manufacturers. For example, Bridgestones claims the wieght of the stock Turanza 205/55/16 EL440 tires is 21lbs. Searching around, I found some of the 225/45/17 tires are about the same weight. Maybe a pound more. My guess is that 18's will be about the same given their 40 ratio, and so on and so forth.
But this is what I can sum up for wheels.
1. Stock 16" steelies and lightweight 17 alloy wheels: 17.5lbs.
2. Medium weight 17" alloy wheels: 20lbs. average
3. Heavier weight 17 alloy wheels: 24lbs. average
(Add about 21lbs. for tire weight to any of these)
The question would be again be, could you really tell the difference in loss of acceleration between the 17.5 lbs wheels and the 24lbs wheels? Add to that the extra width of going from 7" wide tires to 8" wide. (Obviously even more of an increase to the stock steelies at 6.5" width.)