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Old 05-22-2013, 05:56 PM   #1201
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Anyone know if 255/40 on 18x8.5 with 43+offset will be ok without rubbing issues up front. Rears are rolled so I think should be fine.
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Anyone know if 255/40 on 18x8.5 with 43+offset will be ok without rubbing issues up front. Rears are rolled so I think should be fine.
Mine rubbed in the rear when I hit a bump or turned with those tires on 40 offset lowered on eibach sports. It rubs the trailingarm.
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Mine rubbed in the rear when I hit a bump or turned with those tires on 40 offset lowered on eibach sports. It rubs the trailingarm.
Yup, what's funny is one more mm negative in offset you'd be fine up front. in rear i'm running a different offset. I have 17x9 +42's up front with a 255...really 255 is too wide a tire for 8" in my opinion. go with a 235 if you're not looking to crown your sidewalls.
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Mine rubbed in the rear when I hit a bump or turned with those tires on 40 offset lowered on eibach sports. It rubs the trailingarm.
how about 245s, think it would get by. Just tryin to get the widest tire that will fit. Or possibly 255/35?
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how about 245s, think it would get by. Just tryin to get the widest tire that will fit. Or possibly 255/35?
yeah, I'm running 245/40 and its fine but my suspension is way to bouncy, so im getting coilovers. but they fit.
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I was just curious about selecting tires for wheels whats the "r" or "zr" on the side of the tires? I was planning on purchasing a set of used 225 45 17 tires, but I wasn't sure if I need "r" or "zr." Would it make if difference if I got either? Another question is, can I run 2 different brand tires? As in, 2 of the same brand in front and in the back different brand but same pair?
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i would like to get new tires. not exactly sure what will fit. im getting my fenders rolled.
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Alright, i wanna run some spacers on my car. Its lowered about 2.5". Stock rims and tires. 205/55/16. I just want a wider look, so any ideas on spacer sizes?
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XXR 527 18x8.75 Flat Black 5-100/5-114.3 [+20mm]
Would these work? I'm pretty low.
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I`m currently on 18x8.5 +40 with 225/40 tires. Planning to lower the car with new coils this week. How low would I be able to drop it before running into problems regarding trailing arm, tie rod etc with this wheel-spec? I know it would fit without modifications on the body, but I guess maybe the tie rod sets the limit in this case? Any opinions/advice?
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Would 17x8.5 +40 RPF1's have any rubbing issues regarding the trailing arm if I put 245/40 tires?

Or should i stick with 235/40 or 235/45?

Edit: Would also be running 1-2 finger gap. And would i need to run some negative camber?
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Do I need spacers in the rear with 17x9.5+38 enkei nt03s with 235/40-17 tires?
Fenders are rolled.
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Would 17x8.5 +40 RPF1's have any rubbing issues regarding the trailing arm if I put 245/40 tires?

Or should i stick with 235/40 or 235/45?

Edit: Would also be running 1-2 finger gap. And would i need to run some negative camber?
why would you run 245 width on 8.5 width? I have a 9" wide wheel and my sidewalls are perpendicular with the ground and I'm running the same width. I have 235's on my rear wheel which is an 8" wide wheel and the sidewalls there are also perpendicular.

I'd go with 235's
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I`m currently on 18x8.5 +40 with 225/40 tires. Planning to lower the car with new coils this week. How low would I be able to drop it before running into problems regarding trailing arm, tie rod etc with this wheel-spec? I know it would fit without modifications on the body, but I guess maybe the tie rod sets the limit in this case? Any opinions/advice?
I am running 245/40/17 on 8.5wide +40 offset on coilovers with the rear fenders rolled and pulled a little. works fine but I grinded a little bit of the trailing arm with an angle grinder for extra clearance. 225/40/17 should clear fine.

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17x7 + 38 offset with 25mm spacers on a 2004 RSX? Will they fit?
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Stock is + 45. So the offset is 7mm apart. Let say you will need a camber kit to correct it and a fender roll on the rear.


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I'm looking for advice on a couple of different offset options I've got available to me. I'm ordering new wheels this week and I'm not sure what the best option would be. Which of these offsets would be the best fit on a 17x9 wheel. The options I have are +22 and +30. I'm lowered on Ksport Coilovers w/ 224/45/17. I'm rolling my fenders before I get the tires mounted.

*edit*. Meh. I'm going with the 17x9 +30 MB Battles. Can't beat the price.

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Right now, I am flush. So if I got the other set. I would need more camber?


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Right now, I am on 05 type-S, and I also have 25mm spacers, and I do have a camber kit.
With my set up right now, I am right next to the fender...

But I am about to get a set of rims that are 17x7 + 38. I am keeping my 25mm spacers on.
So I guess what I'm asking is. How much more (-) camber will I have to go?


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Not much ..7mm is not that big but maybe on dips you will rub your fender in the rear. Correcting the camber is up to the alignment shop. I wouldn't know personally. You can always try the new wheels on first lolz


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You guys are fucking scientists!

I don't mean you're having sex with scientists, I mean that even CERN could not have calc'd a way to stick more rubber under my 02 Type S.

Thanks to this thread, I went with 245/40's on TL 17 x 8 rims with a mild drop. They don't rub a bit, look severely badass and stick even better.

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So I bought 17x8 rims with 35mm offset and tried to put 225/45/17 on it
02 type s stock suspension... would there be any problems with this set up?
One shop refused to put 225s on it at all
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could i have gone wider like a 235/45 or 235/40?
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Is there any way to run a 235 or 245 on a 17x9 (+25) with a mild drop (1.5 finger gap)? Fenders will need to be rolled in rears, what about fronts? Also, anyone have any idea how much camber would be required?
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