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Old 10-14-2013, 12:17 PM   #1276
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You def don't want +15's. +30 should work but maybe +35 is what you need if you don't want to roll. Depends on camber
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I set the camber in alittle bit in on the rear and in the front I cant remember what I went with though.

but either size with fit?
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You def don't want +15's. +30 should work but maybe +35 is what you need if you don't want to roll. Depends on camber
but if go with +30 ill have to roll fenders?
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tell yea the truth I know nothing about all this tire fitment and offset stuff im learning more and more. all I have had on my type s is 05 type s wheels normal tires so any help would be appericated. trying to get into it I think it looks cool and would like to get into it
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Yeah that looks sweet but people often don't post/mention when they roll their fenders. Doesn't help people that live where they salt the roads that don't want to (or can't! -- mine are all bubbly and need sanding and repainting! No can do on rolling!).

Plus I hear that if you go over 5mm spacers you will need extended wheel studs so the lug nuts still have something to screw onto.

And sorry, yeah -- won't know if you need to roll cuz it also depends on your tire size! I was assuming something functional for x9's like 245/40's, but sure you could fit something less without rolling but what exactly I don't know
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Yeah that looks sweet but people often don't post/mention when they roll their fenders. Doesn't help people that live where they salt the roads that don't want to (or can't! -- mine are all bubbly and need sanding and repainting! No can do on rolling!).

Plus I hear that if you go over 5mm spacers you will need extended wheel studs so the lug nuts still have something to screw onto.

And sorry, yeah -- won't know if you need to roll cuz it also depends on your tire size! I was assuming something functional for x9's like 245/40's, but sure you could fit something less without rolling but what exactly I don't know
yea I don't know what tire size I was going to use I would stretch them a bit I was thinking of the 18 by 8 mb battles gunmetal they have a +30 offset so was just wondering of they would fit and what size tire and everything
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I have my car set up for cornering and I don't want to put stress on my steering stuff with spacers thanks for the idea though. I just really want to get battles for it. just trying to get a size that will fit and all that good stuff.
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Hey, I'm new to this forum and I'm in need of advice.
I was wondering whether these specifications would fit on my type s with Tein S-Tech springs which drops 1.5in for front and 1.7in for the rear.

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Any suggestions on tire sizes without having stretched tires? And don't really want too low profile tires. It'll be much appreciated!! Thanks
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you'll probably need a slight stretch to fit that size
What size tires would I need? :/
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Old 11-06-2013, 08:41 PM   #1287
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Maybe in the front only with stock suspension on 17x8+45 or +40, or 17x8.5+40. (I've done the latter)
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I'm going to run 20x10 in rear and 20x9 in front hella flush .. I just finished building a 8th gen accord. I'll post pics
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will R32 GTR Rims 16x8 +30 Offset fit on stock body with 1.4inch drop(Mugen SS)? What kind of tire should I run to minimize rubbing? 225/50R16 or 245/45R16?
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will R32 GTR Rims 16x8 +30 Offset fit on stock body with 1.4inch drop(Mugen SS)? What kind of tire should I run to minimize rubbing? 225/50R16 or 245/45R16?
I would try a 225/45/16 and just see how it looks if u are going to ball GTR wheels id make it look sick unless u like the beefy tire look.

I would go with even a smaller tire but thats just me.
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will R32 GTR Rims 16x8 +30 Offset fit on stock body with 1.4inch drop(Mugen SS)? What kind of tire should I run to minimize rubbing? 225/50R16 or 245/45R16?
I have 16x8.5 +35, w/ a 5mm spacer making them +30, so that they wouldn't rub the rear trailing arm.
If I've done my math right, and I like to think I have, you should be able to run them without the spacers and have no problem at all, well at least as far as rubbing on the trailing arm, you still might need a slight fender roll, depending on camber settings.

I also run a 225/50R16 tire.


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Also, if I remember correctly Temptazn_Mark used to run R32 wheels, so he'd be the guy to ask.
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New to the whole sizing thing. Will be getting some wheels soon and wondered if this would work without problems.

Wheel: 18x8 5x114.3 +35 offset, 67.1 center bore.
Tire: 225/40/18

Car is lowered 1 inch. Do you think they would fit good?
Does the rear rub or hit the lower arm with a 17x10+10?? Because I want to go with a 17x10 +20 on my 02 Rsx
Would I have to modify anything other than rolling my quarters ?
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17x9 +28. Since it's only a few mm off of the typical +35 RPF1 size, +28 should fit fine right? Planning on either a 245 or a 255 tire, not sure yet. I know I'll need the rears rolled for sure, run a little bit of camber, but other than that the fronts should be fine right, no need to remove fender liner?
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Please add to the list even though its 8 years old.

235/40/18 tire will fit a 18x9 +30 rim no body mods or camber, flush with body
225/40/18 tire will fit a 18x9.5 +22 slight stretch with -2 degrees camber, no body mods required unles you want to.
235/40/18 tire will fit a 18x9.5 +22 no stretch with -2 degrees camber, no body mods required unles you want to.

Just some info for you crazy wide rim fans.
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nor fender rolling? or have you tried a nice aggressive S-turn to see if you rub your trailing arm?
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nor fender rolling? or have you tried a nice aggressive S-turn to see if you rub your trailing arm?
Why yes I have and no rubbing on the trailing arm or anything else.
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hmm wondering how 235/40/18 will fit on 18x9.5+27 and 18x9.5+40. I'm lowered 2" and have rears rolled.
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With rpf1s the 17 x 9 I would have to roll my fenders?
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Please add to the list even though its 8 years old.

235/40/18 tire will fit a 18x9 +30 rim no body mods or camber, flush with body
225/40/18 tire will fit a 18x9.5 +22 slight stretch with -2 degrees camber, no body mods required unles you want to.
235/40/18 tire will fit a 18x9.5 +22 no stretch with -2 degrees camber, no body mods required unles you want to.

Just some info for you crazy wide rim fans.
Im thinking about running one finger gap. What do you think about an 18x8.75+20 with a 235/40/18 tire? Crazy camber? Fender roll? I want as aggressive as I can go with an 18 wheel but don't want tons of camber.
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hmm wondering how 235/40/18 will fit on 18x9.5+27 and 18x9.5+40. I'm lowered 2" and have rears rolled.
The tire should look good on the rims, but you might have to camber that +27 rim slightly. If the +40 is going on the front I'm thinking you might have to run a spacer, to clear the suspension. Not sure though. But regardless the tire will look almost light my tires in the picture but with the side wall with a very slight stretch to it.
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