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Thread: Wheel Fitment Discussion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trolls Royce View Post
    Can anyone tell me what size wheel n tire fits under an 86/BRZ standard guards?
    Over here in Perth, i have seen 18x9 and 10 +38 all round 225 front and 235 rear, very nice
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    Advice on getting my front wheels in the guards, without bolt on flares? Camber tops are maxed out, and the only thing I can think of is getting adjustable LCA's and dial the camber out till they fit in? But thought I'd ask first haha.

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    adjustable LCA's are the devel, and its only moving the bottom out not the top in

    either change coilovers to one that have a slotted top hole, or just mill it out on current ones. They usually allow you to get another 2-3 deg
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    I don't know if anyone has asked this yet, but would 15x8 -5 sit outside of the fenders on a S13? What is the best width and offset for a S13 if I want the rears to sit flush with the fender and have the fronts sit out a bit, but still have the same amount of dish on all wheels?
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    Ok got the new tyres today. Falken FK615, 245/45R17 front and 275/40R17 rear. All fits perfect. FYI for anyone looking at this setup on an FC3S RX7 specs as follows.

    17x8 +35 front with 5mm spacer and rolled guards on Tein SS
    17x9 +38 rear no spacer and rolled guards on Tein SS

    Rolling diameter on this spec is identical front to rear. It's close up front (wheels are Work Rezax Roar) but with camber front and rear it all fits.

    Pics up tomorrow.
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    215/45/17 on a 17x9 is not too crazy right?
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    Hey all.
    My wheels are inbound. 18x8 +35 for a CL9. What's the best way to go for tyres? I was going to go for 235/40/18. That combo seems to be a bit mexican. Or just 225/40.

    Recommendations for a tyres? Was thinking KU31's or Toyo Proxes'.
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    I've got Achilles ATR Sport 235/40/18 on 18x9s, the mildest stretch ever. No way it'd be mexican on 18x8s.....

    I'm even considering going 215 or 225 on my fronts as i rub pretty bad
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    I'm dropped about 1-1.5" (Eibach Springs), don't want to roll my guards and I'm looking at some new wheels to replace stock.

    What size rim and tyre combo would be the best option so I can just replace the stock rims? I was looking at some that were 18x8.5 +44 (only size available) and they had recommended 235/40/18 for tyres for a DC5 Integra. Any advice please? Cheers
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