Help! Will this work?

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  1. EvOxNike

    EvOxNike New Member

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    Ok so I’ve been searching and searching for new rims for my Accord and I came across some 17x9 rims with +15 offset. I, not knowing how wide they actually were, bought them and once I got home and test fit them I realized my mistake. Do you think this is safe to run on my car? It clear everything it is just really wide. My stance game would be on point though lol. Just please let me know if you think I should get something else or if it would be okay to run these. Thanks!

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  2. Adhmuz

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    Sell them and get wheels with correct offset.

    Depending on your local laws and regulations having the wheels stick out that much won't be road legal, unless you plan on slapping on some ultra wide fender flares or a body kit.

    Also I hope you weren't planing on putting those winter tires on those wheels.
     
  3. jerrychoochoo

    jerrychoochoo Well-Known Member

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    Definitely gong to need a camber kit, rolled and slightly pulled fenders with some 215/40/17's. If you don't feel like putting in all that work, then yeah I'd sell it. I'm currently running 17x8 +32 in the front with 215/45's and 17x9 +32 in the rear with 225/45's. My fenders are rolled and no camber kit. No rubbing what so ever, but I'm about to run 25mm spacers all around with a camber kit of course.
     

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