Wheel Fitment Thread

Discussion in 'Suspension, Brakes, Wheels, and Tires' started by xci.ed6, Sep 22, 2007.

  1. 01AccordSedan

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    Why do you say i can't do it?? and i may have to run a little more than natural camber, but i think i will get it if not whats hurt, then i get smaller spacers... and my tires are 215/35 and 225/35
     
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    Nice!

    Agreed.
     
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    You'll need to get smaller spacers. It all depends on how low you go, because that setup will poke bad and you will need at least -6.5 degrees of camber.

    This is what 18x10 +25 looks like on my car

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    Wow that looks so good, Okay I hope you understand I'm not trying to be a douche lol I appriciate the help... But I do want poke like that but I think I can do it... I'm gonna see what happens and if I eventually need smaller spacers I will get them milled down... Do you have camber kits? Because I can't decide if I should try with or without them... But too me it looks like you could still pull your fenders more...
     
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    :ugh:
     
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    Like I said, if your car is gonna sit above the tires, you might be able to fit those specs with a lot of poke, it will actually probably poke more than mr. 18x11 up there^ and that is what it looks like when you blindly pull the nuts out of your fenders. I rolled, pulled, and grinder down my fenders more times than I can count, and you can actually notice the flare a little bit in real life but i made sure they didnt completely lose their oem appearance:coffee:
     
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    Im going to tuck tire, i want to sit right about the wheel like i said i might get my spacers milled down to 15-20mm but im going to see if i can do this first, i have smalled tires and i just ordered camber kits... ive been through stuff like this with my last ep3 and my ef so im not a complete fitment idiot if thats what you think. haha but i do appriciate the imput, i dont understand though why you say "i cant do it" has someone tried this or are you just guessing i cant do it
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  8. LowerMyCG5

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    tht was your ep3?

    honestly it can be done..

    with some of this.

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    Xavier (BkzTaffeta) had to do this to fit his 18x10.5 +22 ontop of running -6 camber
     
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    Do what you gotta do man, may god have mercy on your fenders lol
     
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    haha that was my ep... guys im going to try it and if it doesnt work im going to get smaller spacers!
     

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