Having seen a few other 240's recently with Slot type wheels and I really like the look so I thought I would try them on mine. I have a nice set of 15x7 Konig rewinds with Toyo TR1s which I will keep for now. I initially brought an old set of genuine Wolf Races to refurbish. They looked ok and not too corroded, I got to work and they polished up well. But .... a visual check showed a couple of surface micro cracks i hadn't spotted spotted before they were refurbed, so decided to use a set of ultrasonic and eddy current flaw detectors we use at work to check them over, I was disappointed to see that they were actually in very bad way with corrosion gotten into the cracks, and some readings that did not give me the confidence to fit them and repair did not seem an option, that and the 14 wheel size restricted what tyre to be fitted so I ditched them.Other forums have similar stories around old alloys, lessons learnt So I bit the bullet and got some new Ansen 69 15 x 7 slots. They are actually a very nice piece of kit well polished with some sort of proprietary coating to protect them and not too bad a value. They Claimed to be a direct fit. Trouble is that my car has larger hilux calipers which rubbed on the front wheels, that required me to machine off about 7mm of material along the edge of the inner mating surface which is a lot larger in diameter than the Rewinds that were on initially. Still worth it in the end , I have a standard suspension set up (except for poly bushes). I dug up some old set-up data from a japanese colleague at Nissan and based on the tyre wall stiffness and the K&C data from the steel wheel days . I Selected Avon zx7 tyres 195/60/15 and 205/60/15. I some made a small alignment changes and the front will need to come down a tad but... the car feels a lot more pleasant to drive it does not have the grip or bite I got from the Toyos's, but for day to day spirited driving on UK bumpy back roads its great.