Wheel size/width/Offset calculator

Discussion in 'Suspension, Brakes, Wheels, and Tires' started by nexTOme, Sep 26, 2008.

  1. qanoot21

    qanoot21 New Member

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    Guys I have a 99 Honda accord coupe its lowered
    I am getting XXR's 527 18x9.75 +20 Offset
    now I am confused which tires to put on 215/35/18s or 225/40/18s?
     
  2. Sil2DrV6

    Sil2DrV6 Well-Known Member

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    ^ it's a bit difficult to understand how exactly you are confused, if you're not explaining your concerns..
     
  3. xci.ed6

    xci.ed6 Well-Known Member

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    a calculator for this in plain stupid.

    I do it in my head.

    Use a tape measure

    width wheel, OUTER, in mm
    divide in half
    minus offset

    a distance from hub

    use #s to pick out new.can use #s many other ways.
     
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    Any one know of the top of their head if 16x8 with -38 offset have enough clearance on a 6th gen accord coupe?
     

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