Think again. My buddies CCW wheels required that he shave metal off the bottom of his Brembo calipers to get them to work (after CCW told him this is their normal Evo fitment) Then the black anodized centers took 1 year to fade to flat silver.
For a "Complete Custom Wheel" pretty odd that they include spacers for fitment. If its custom, machine the back pad to bolt on the hub of the car.
FYI these were 18x9.5 CCW classics on a IX MR......and this was back when CCW did not have a bandwagon of followers. Glad this lesson was learned on someone elses expense.
People run the same offset F+R so they can rotate tires.
I run +38 CCW's and have a 22mm spacer up front. Of course you could get them made to fit without spacers, but IMO it's not the most financially wise thing to do in terms of tires. When you pay 1300 for a new set of Hoosiers.... It's nice to get some track time out of them.
And CCW is very open about the black annodizing fading.
I ordered a set of CCWs on Thursday. 18x10 +19F +32R. Wanted to to fill the fenders without running spacers. I guess I just like knowing that I am not running spacers to get the fitment I want, thats just me though. I was thinking about going 18x10.5 but from what I heard you we need some fender work (more than just a roll) to fit them, thats why I opted for 10s.
du-luck rep. And nope thats how it sits on the bumper.. nose style can take quite a lowering before its "slammed" My car is not quite that low and the front bumper with du-luck sits pretty high (it seems till i get to speed bumps... lol)
Was going to keep these pictures hidden, but they got spread on to blogs. Hope we can keep this thread alive unlike the other HF thread that died.
**MODS don't kill this thread please!!**
Coilovers- Fortune Auto 500 Series (10k/12K)
Wheels- XXR 521 18x10 +0 front +25 rear (25mm spacer up front)
Tires- Federal 595RS-R 245/35/18
Camber- -4 front -2.5 rear
Fender Mods- Removed fender liners, hammered pinch welds, rolled front and rears (no pull)