Wheel Fitment Thread

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

  1. Rusty Accord

    Rusty Accord Well-Known Member

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    Yes, you can go with 16's or 17's without any problems. You're looking for a 7 or 8 inch wide rim, with an offset of +35 to +45 depending on the rim width.
    Unfortunately you're still 4 lug, which limits your wheel choices.
    I'm running an old set of König 15 x7's with an offset of +38.
     
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    Ok thank you Rusty Accord you've help me tremendously. Now I can start shopping.
    Yeah I've read around the forum where people are saying with 4-lug your choices are limited but that's ok for now. I'm just getting my toes wet in this upgrading game.
    Thanks again.
     
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    Looking to get some 18×8.5 30 offset for front and 18x9.5 with either 35 or 22 offset which would fit better on sedan its dropped on coilovers without have rubbing issues and being flush. Fenders are rolled to.
     
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    Can I slam the car without rolling my fenders with the stock 3rd gen TL wheels? I just eliminated the wheel gap tucking a little bit on the top of the tire 235/45/17. I wanna tuck like half the tire so maybe drop it another half inch or full inch but I don't wanna rub like crazy

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  7. Wht00Accord

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    What tire size is good to run with 2013 accord sport rims? I just picked some up locally for a sweet deal. They are 17x7.5.

    I was thinking of going with a 215 45 17 or a 225 45 17.

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    Hi guys, I'm about to purchase a set of works vsxx in 18 inch, I want to run really wide inch rims in the rears, but I am a little doubtful since the rear wheels are 12 inch with -5 D of offset. I live in Mexico and there aren't many wheel options or that many brands to choose from. My car is a accord coupe 2002

    So I was looking for some advice/input to see if it is possible to use these wheels.

    Thanks
     
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  9. RedRyder

    RedRyder Be a better driver

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    12 inch wide wheels in the rear

    Those are too wide, the fenders would need alot of bodywork (or more likely you would need to mold flares), and/or you would have to run a good deal of camber given that offset, which would not look good anyway. I would keep looking for something more conservative that will actually fit the car.
     
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    Hey guys! I just picked up a set of wheels 18x9 with a +35 offset with a 215/35/18 tire on it. The suspension I'm on are Tein Street Basis Coilovers. When I test fitted the wheels, there was a two finger gap in the front (front coilovers are bottomed out, still have locking rings in place).

    What tire size should I upgrade to? I was thinking 215/45/18, but not sure if I should go with a 225/45/18 tire?

    Should I remove a collar out of the front coilover?

    All I want is to eliminate wheel gap.

    Any suggestion is appreciated!
     
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