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Old Apr 21, 2009, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by xdemoulasx View Post
nope... rim is too wide... offset is way off
he is right but...

you can if you want... its just gonna look like a slammed trophy truck but a car!!!

hey man whatever floats your boat...

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Old Apr 22, 2009, 01:52 PM
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18x8 +35 will = fronts will be flushed and maybe even poke out just a bit and rears will need a 5mm spacer to be maxed flushed for lowering
Inner Clearance: 2mm LESS Outer Face Position: 24mm MORE
Tries:
225/45 18 will have no rubbing issues with stock height
235/40 18 SHOULD have no rubbing issues with stock height
***aggressive fitment in the front***

this fitment will push it out one 1 inch... which in my opinion is too much we only have about 3/4" maxed to make it flushed from the stock wheels offset

***if lowered the front will rub!!! on all dips bumps and drive when the car's weight is transfer from front to back and side to side over bumps...the tires sidewall should be pretty close to the fenders as there are in stock height***

you might wanna do a fitment test and put in the front wheels with the tires at a local wheel shop and see how close it is to the fenders but just realize that when the car is on the rack... there will be no load on the wheels... i must be sitting on ground level and it should give you a good sense of how much poke it will be and if you can lower your car...



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awww so ur saying 18x8 +35 with 5mm spacers and 235/40/18 will rub if i drop the car.

That sucks I wanted to drop it at least 1".
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Old Apr 22, 2009, 03:15 PM
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well these info are all calculation and from what i can measure off my ralliart

the front wheels are gonna be a very aggressive fitment with a +35 NO SPACER we only have a max of 1/2 to spare pushing the wheels outter... before rubbing when lowering... with that offset you fronts will be pushing 1/2" more that making it a total of 1" and thats gonna be way out there....
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EVO VIII Enkeis w/ 245/40 17 Hoosier A6 / dropped on prototype Crucial racing springs = no rub whatsoever!
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The important thing is:
18" rim 40 series tire...
Offset in the +40 to +45's.
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Originally Posted by Bom's Evo View Post
The important thing is:
18" rim 40 series tire...
Offset in the +40 to +45's.



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Old Apr 27, 2009, 10:15 PM
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just installed my 18X8 +35 mm GT01 ENKEI's on stock height with 235/40/18 BTC tires and I rides great no rubbing so far.
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How does, 18x8 +48 offset, and 245/40/18 sound?
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Old May 5, 2009, 07:02 PM
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if you want!!!! i mean the tire is too wide for 8" to correct use the tread but hey if you want 245 on your 8s more power to you!!! buddy


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Originally Posted by evil03 View Post
if you want!!!! i mean the tire is too wide for 8" to correct use the tread but hey if you want 245 on your 8s more power to you!!! buddy


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From: http://www.dunlop.ca/dunlopca/displa...00000&zipCode=

it says "approved rim width 8-9.5 inches" for the 245s though
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Originally Posted by laksman91 View Post
From: http://www.dunlop.ca/dunlopca/displa...00000&zipCode=

it says "approved rim width 8-9.5 inches" for the 245s though
thats all true!!! with 245 on 8 it fits i never said it didnt fit the wheel!!! buy will it fit your car? and will it rub like a B I T C H?? its something you will find out very quickly... like i said... 245 on 8s if you like it more power to you...

hey i am just nobody with no infomation... trial and error is wheres the answers are at!!!!

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guys would these wheels fit?
http://www.wheeldude.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=5779

and which tires would be biggest without having to roll any fenders?

thanks.
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Originally Posted by nyczlegacy View Post
guys would these wheels fit?
http://www.wheeldude.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=5779

and which tires would be biggest without having to roll any fenders?

thanks.


that wont fit!!! its 5X100 we are 5X114.3
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Originally Posted by nyczlegacy View Post
guys would these wheels fit?
http://www.wheeldude.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=5779

and which tires would be biggest without having to roll any fenders?

thanks.
Try this
http://www.wheeldude.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=5872
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Originally Posted by EngRWW33 View Post
thanks!!! Would I be able to do 245 without rolling fenders? or 235 tires. This is pretty confusing..
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