Wheel Fitment Thread

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

  1. KO iNfAmOuS

    KO iNfAmOuS Well-Known Member

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    Oh thanks lol. For some reason I could have sworn mine were 245, but you sir proved me wrong haha. Guess I will check out some 225/45 then.
     
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    I was looking through some of your pictures in your threads. Were you running -3 degrees camber in those pictures at the time, Its kind of hard to tell from some angles.

    I have to admit, it looks pretty good after you lowered it some more. hahaha.

    Do you have any more recent picture of your current set up?

    I don't know what to do!!!
     
  3. all.i.see

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    Anyone have any thoughts on 18x10.5 +15 wrapped in 225/40 -3 degrees camber in the rear?! (With rolled fenders)
     
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    BlackestCoupe Well-Known Member

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    I think you meant ...
     
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    And more like -6* camber.
     
  6. all.i.see

    all.i.see Well-Known Member

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    soooo pretty much 18x10 +25 is the biggest we can go without fender work.... :furious: Oh well +25 will have to do then
     
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  7. Ilovemy6thgen

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    Basically anything 9+ will need either a fender roll, pull or both
     
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    Hey I currently have stock OEM 15" alloy wheels on my accord sedan...
    I plan to get coilovers in the future then wheels too.

    The thing is, I really want these LM reps by XXR called 521.
    - My car is 4 lug, and the biggest size they have for 4 lug is 16x8 et20

    Would these be reasonable or possible?? Or Should i get 18x8.5 et25 with adapters..
     
  9. all.i.see

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    What do you mean? both will definitely fit it just depends on which one you like and how you want your car to look. IMO id go 18's. 16s are tiny. I have them right now but my wheels are still stock :lawl:
     
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    Lol basically. I've calculated it before and to have a 10.5 with just enough inner clearance you would have 15 mm more poke than 10+ 25. That's nuts. I'm so happy with my poke though. It's perfect IMO with minimal rubbing
     

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