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Old 10-26-2012, 10:11 AM   #1126
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Any idea whether 17x8.5 +43 will clear the suspension at the front without spacers? They have 215/45/17 tyres fitted and theres about a 1.5inch gap between tyre and fender.

They are blitz type 01, anyone have experience with these? Can you reverse mount the face to lower the offset?
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Does 235 40 18 work on 18x8 or 18x8.5 on stock body with aspec kit and aspec drop

I think it's 40 offset
Ended up going with 235 40 18 on 8.5 rims. With ASPEC drop, I don't rub. It fits fine. However, you can definitely tell the ride is a bit harsher now that there's less sidewall.
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thinking about doing 17x9 +30 all the way around, with a 245/40 rear, 245/35 front, fenders are rolled nice and flat all the way around. Will i be able to tuck this?
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Old 10-31-2012, 08:10 AM   #1129
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Picked up some 17x9 +35 for a good price but came with 205/40r17s, so thinkin of sellin the tires and gettin a wider tire on for the spring. Any recommendation? Been reading and thinking 245/45/17 , it's my daily driver and no drop on it so I'm planning around that and hoping to look alright
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What would be the ideal offset for 17 x 8.5? I found some RS' that are +31, wondering how they'd fit with a 1.5" drop and what size tires would be best?
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Still no input on 17x9s?

What 17x9 specs (tire and wheel) would fit with no rolling/spacers? If any on 06 Aspec suspension.
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Anyone, 17 x 8.5 +31?
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RSX TYPE S 06 STOCK suspension. Now I have a question, will these fit my car without any rubbing?

Wheel Size:18in
Wheel Offset:+30mm
Wheel Width:8.5in

http://www.kseriesparts.com/cr/BCS-SFC188530514-BR.html

PLEASE HELP! If these don't fit then i will go with 7.5 wheel width.

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Still no input on 17x9s?

What 17x9 specs (tire and wheel) would fit with no rolling/spacers? If any on 06 Aspec suspension.
i would like to know that too.
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Still no input on 17x9s?

What 17x9 specs (tire and wheel) would fit with no rolling/spacers? If any on 06 Aspec suspension.
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You may have to roll your fenders/quarters depending on the ride height. The highest offset you can run with a 9" wheel is +35, and even that is pushing it. A lot of guys run a 5mm spacer to avoid rubbing on the suspension. These specs would enable you to run the proper size tire. i.e. 225/45/17, 235/40/17, possibly larger.

If you decide to go for the "stanced" look 17x9 +22 wheels are commonly used. You would definitely be rolling your fenders and quarters, but no spacers would be needed. Wheels would clear the suspension without an issue. Stretched tires are must. i.e. 215/45/17 or a 205 if you're crazy.

Both setups would most likely require camber arms/bolts. Modification is almost always needed with a 9" wheel. Hope this helps
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17X8 +30 but reverse mounted bbs lm. Tire size 215/45-17. Dropped on F&F type 2 coils no camber kit on rear but will be getting soon. Half inch gap all around. Will I need to go higher or roll my fenders all around or even do both?
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You may have to roll your fenders/quarters depending on the ride height. The highest offset you can run with a 9" wheel is +35, and even that is pushing it. A lot of guys run a 5mm spacer to avoid rubbing on the suspension. These specs would enable you to run the proper size tire. i.e. 225/45/17, 235/40/17, possibly larger.

If you decide to go for the "stanced" look 17x9 +22 wheels are commonly used. You would definitely be rolling your fenders and quarters, but no spacers would be needed. Wheels would clear the suspension without an issue. Stretched tires are must. i.e. 215/45/17 or a 205 if you're crazy.

Both setups would most likely require camber arms/bolts. Modification is almost always needed with a 9" wheel. Hope this helps
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So, after a lot of sifting and searching, I have come to the conclusion that I would most likely be running at least a 235/40 tire on my 17x10 et25's. I'm looking at the Federal SS-595 specifically, which seem to be notorious for running significantly wider.

Anything smaller I feel is a little ridiculous, anything larger I don't think I will be able to be as low as I would like. In the front I'm @ -3 camber wise, and in the rear I believe it to be somewhere in that neighborhood as well in addition to being rolled. I don't needed to be absolutely slammed per se, however I would like at least no finger gap.

I briefly had 17x9.75 +25's on 215/40's, however that stretch was ridonkulous. I am also concerned about inner clearance of the 10's, as I only had millimeters between the 9.75's and the perches of my coils...but I guess I'll cross that bridge when I come to it. I know 17x10 +18 (and lower offsets) have been done.

I'm looking for a more usable tire/setup while maintaining aggressiveness/stance. I would like to avoid having to mess with my current camber settings as much as possible...I appreciate any insight in advance!
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thinking about doing 17x9 +30 all the way around, with a 245/40 rear, 245/35 front, fenders are rolled nice and flat all the way around. Will i be able to tuck this?
for sure..I think you'd have to run about 2.5-3 deg camber and you should be fine
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On the notion of Feddy's running large, I know that stretched tires aren't everyone's cup of tea, but these are pics of 215/40s on a 17x10 (rims/pics are not mine)





As mentioned previously, they are notorious for running at minimum one size larger, these however look to be a "normal" tire's 235mm width. Interdasting.
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What tire sizes would you guys recommend for 17 x 8.5 +31? Anyone run this size? You think I'd need fender work done with a mild drop of 1.5? I'd like something that's functional without running stupid camber and without poke.
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Old 12-27-2012, 05:13 PM   #1142
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On the notion of Feddy's running large, I know that stretched tires aren't everyone's cup of tea, but these are pics of 215/40s on a 17x10 (rims/pics are not mine)





As mentioned previously, they are notorious for running at minimum one size larger, these however look to be a "normal" tire's 235mm width. Interdasting.
Same setup on my old wheels. 17x10 wrapped on Federal 215/40/17s. They did run kind of big to me imo
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So for those that want to know:

I was able to fit 17x9 +38 wheels with a 245/45(tall sidewall) all around with half a finger gap up front and 2 fingers in the rear...no homo

Put on my coils and now im tucking all around. I then needed spacers in the rear(3-5mm) and had to shave a bit off the rear bumper tabs. I haven't put the front on just yet but im pretty sure you would need to modify or remove your fender wells.
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Question if I run the 225/45-17 on my 05 will the mileage rack up quicker or slower due to patch area with the pavement? Or does it matter since it still is a 45-17?
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Question if I run the 225/45-17 on my 05 will the mileage rack up quicker or slower due to patch area with the pavement? Or does it matter since it still is a 45-17?
Actually I found the info but my question is besides the handling improvements why would you want your speedometer to be off and then in turn throw your mileage off on your vehicle?

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i might be getting 18x8.5 [+25mm] would it stick out far? will i have rubbing in the front when i turn? if any1 has run this size rim please post thanks in advance
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Actually I found the info but my question is besides the handling improvements why would you want your speedometer to be off and then in turn throw your mileage off on your vehicle?
Acura released a TSB that their odometers read too high anyways:
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(Ever notice how even with stock tires your GPS never says you're going as fast as your speedometer on the highway?) IMO, I think 225/45(R17) is the proper stock size tire for our cars. But really you won't notice much handling improvements from 215 to 225 (go wider! ). Really if you want to put less miles on your car for the actual distance/speed you are going, then you do want bigger tires.
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I'm currently running sportmax002 17x7.25 +38 on 215/45/17R all around, thinking about getting H&R trak+ 25mm spacers all around that would put my adjusted offset at +13 correct?? will it stick out past my fenders or will i be able to tuck with some negative camber and fender rolling?? Any help will be greatly appreciated!!! Should I look into a new rim or would spacers do the trick? lowered on tein s tech springs, buying function n form type 1's with this years income tax return!!!!!!
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I don't know if anyone has posted this but I've used willtheyfit.com to compare prospective sizes to known working sizes when choosing rims and tires. Its been a great tool over the years
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Nice post, thanks man. It gives you a general idea how much further they'll stick out and how much closer to the struts they'll be. Be nice if they had diagrams of specific vehicles though.
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