Wheel Fitment Thread

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

  1. trilljay6

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    Wheel help

    I’m new here to this forum and was looking for some help on wheels. I’ve found a set of 18x7.5 wheels with +45 offset. I am currently running stock suspension on my 01 v6 (yeah I know monstertruck fitment ) and was wondering if these wheels would fit without any rubbing or trimming needed?
     
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    Re: Wheel help

    I ran 18x7.5 +42 with no issues on a lowered car, so with a higher offset and at stock height you will be fine. I had 225/40/18 tires on those.
     
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    I had 225/40 continental tires on my 18x7.5 with 35mm offset. Had no rubbing or alignment issues.
     
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    Hello i know this thread might be dead but need advice lookibg to getthe rims for my 99 sedan 4 cylinder i want flush but sonething with a lip i dnt mind camberbut nothibg to cambered i like my tires all evebly on ground. My accord is completely stock also what suspension is good?? Thanks in advanced
     
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    ^Get your suspension taken care of first, then once you have your ride height and everything where you want it you can take measurements and have a better idea of specs to help you decide what wheels to get.
     

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