Before I start, I'd like to ask the moderators to help out on this thread. Wheel fitment is tricky business because of all the dimensions your working with simultaneously, so I'd like to keep this thread as clean as possible. Any questions related to the measurements needed, please PM me. I want to buy a new set of wheels for my Accord, but I want them to fit perfectly. I'm sure many other people are in the same boat as I. There are a lot of threads about pictures of the wheels, but none about how to get them to fit correctly. Since there are so many variables, there is no one solid number for a perfect fit. For starters on this please post a picture that shows how the wheel and tire fit in relation to the fender lips. This angle works well, so do several other angles. You may want multiple pictures if it is a real tight (aka: good) fit. Next take a ride hight, to do this I use a piece of string with a weight on the end. Dangle the string straight through the center line of the wheel, mark it, and measure it. You will need this for F&R. The last measurement you will need is camber f&r. If you don't have access to an alignment rack, bring out the string from the last step. Dangle it straight down through the center line of the wheel and measure the distance between the string and the wheel lip at the top lip and bottom lip. Subtract the bottom from the top, and post it (along with wheel diameter). I'll calculate your camber. Finally you need the wheel dimensions including offset, and tire size. Summary: 1-picture 2-ride hight 3-camber 4-wheel size 5-wheel offset 6-tire size example of good wheel fitment, though the rears could use a 5-10mm spacer.