Wheel Fitment Thread

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

  1. jeremykta

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    No, I wasn't the one that asked that question. I was talking about my question above about the tire fitment.
     
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    Stock height atm looking to get lowerd a bit can someone help me pick some deep dish wheels that will fit I got a 2000 v6 coupe
     
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    My apologies
     
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    Yeah, my previous post was about the lug swap.

    As for wide wheels, I have had no problem with 9's. Rear are like +35 or something. The front I added a 1/8" spacer.

    I bought 'em on ebay, they were listed for a 350z and they thought my tire choice was odd :p
     
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    I need new tires. 205 or 195/45 federal 595s on 17x8? Im pretty low
     
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    ok So Thread im looking at some xxrs but i want 18x9 or 18x9.5 i have ff type 2s but i havent installed so im stock height what size tire would fit nice this is my daily btw and how low should i go ? ive never driven a slammed car but im very carful on the road help me out:lock::Boo:
     
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    205/40 or a 215/40. Can go with a 35 sidewall if you like a slightly bigger tire. To look right you're going to want to go pretty low. Install the coilovers at a decent height the gradually go lower as you learn to drive a lower car. Good luck
     
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    I'm looking at some wheels rn and I have 2 in mind. 18x9 +40 how would that fit and what tire? Also 18x9.5 +22 or +12? Idk which offset to choose. Also tire?

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  9. puzzlemaster94

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    With +40 and x9, you'll fit that with probably just a roll. On the 9.5 +22, that'll fit just like my Nue's, just 3mm more outward.
    -For me, that was a roll, bit of a pull, and shaved bumper tabs. You'll need some camber in there too.
    With the +12, just another 10mm out from the +22.

    What wheels are you looking at?
     
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    Ok thanks! I'll probably get the 9 or 9.5 +22. With the 9 +40 will it have a nice stance though? And what about tire size? I'm looking at these haha white on black...

    http://pages.ebay.com/motors/link/?nav=item.view&id=131500539189&alt=web

    http://pages.ebay.com/motors/link/?nav=item.view&id=111743772973&alt=web

    Is the 18x9 +40 gonna sit like my current setup or more sunk in? I want a good stance. My current setup is 17x8 +45 with 15mm spacer front 20mm back. 3rd ten tl wheels I think that's the specs

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