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Wheels I am looking at 5 Zigen, Volk CE28N, or some CCW, these will cost some money so I will save.

 

I like the way the 17x10 5Zigen FN01RC's fit in the rear.

 

not sure about the front.

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I like the way the 17x10 5Zigen FN01RC's fit in the rear.

 

not sure about the front.

Yeah I leaning more towards to the FN01RC what backspacing?

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Racing Hart J5pro

 

Front: 19x9 et+26 w/ high disk BBK fitment

 

Rear: 19x10.5 et+26 w/ low disk

 

Tires

 

Front: 225/35-19

 

Rear: 265/30-19

 

Basic fender roll in the rear...nothing huge and I know it needs to be lowered...thanks.

 

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work vs-xx

F 19x9.5 +29 235/35/19

R 19x10.5 +29 295/30/19

 

finally lowered it.......got sick of the basketball getting stuck under the car

 

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im definately goin lower. still need to decide on tire sizes. and still gotta find someone who can roll my fenders and paint my car one time.

 

How are the streets of NYC with 35 sidewall? I wanna run 19s but afraid of NYC streets with such a small sidewall.

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post-2012-1270911306_thumb.jpg post-2012-1270910975_thumb.jpg i finallly got some wheels on mine! =) motegi racing 19x8 offset unknown (if any one has an idea on that info it would be greatly appreciated!) not crazy about the offset but i like the style of the wheel and the fitment is perfect! doesnt rub fender AT ALL (and my fenders arent rolled) and i have full lock w/ no rubbing! and it helps i got em on craigslist for $100 with 2 of the tires being brand new (falken 452 225/35/19) CAME UP! ( i think)

 

 

 

 

 

oh and just in case uve ever wondered what a cress would look like on 22s =)......post-2012-1270911596_thumb.jpg post-2012-1270911916_thumb.jpg

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heres mine.

 

Work Euroline

18x9 +26 front 225/40 Nitto NT555

18x10 +33 rear 245/40 Dunlop DZ101

 

front fenders and some of a roll/ hammerin' and rears have had the inners hammered in, but still not done messin with clearance issues, tho its not rubbing right now.

also still on cut front springs and rear stock s14 rear springs. blah.

 

 

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18x9 +24 225/40/18 Fender tabs flattened, LCA lengthened 20mm with -2.8 camber

 

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18x10 +45 255/35/18 Slight fender roll, Wheel well hammered on inside, outside needs fixed a little -1.3 camber

This rear will not fit with any more than -2.0 camber or you will rub coilover.

 

Sorry for bad pics.

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im about tot buy rims in the next couple of weeks

 

 

i was looking at these konigs 18 x 9 + 25 offset all the way around

 

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i haven't seen anyone on here rocking +25 in the back.. is that good or bad? whasa good size tires for these. thanks people!

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I think that might be cutting it a bit close? Would fit nicely with non-ruhtard camber on stock body, though.

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should be an easy fit with a 235 or 245 (bit more roll for this).

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an easy fit with some roll "good looking" or an easy fit wit some roll "bad looking?" im gonna be getting coilovers fairly soonishertion futurous. do i want +35 in back or something....its not an rsx?

 

 

im down for lots of roll

 

 

 

i want the rear door flare G s9 x8 look...

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Go look up Mark's fitment. He's got like a quarter's width of clearance on the back coils, or something mega-close. Just use a wheel fitment calculator from there.

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Im running 17x9+24 in the rear.

Before I had Serialnine Subframe bushings they fit fine with just rolling the fender lip. With the bushings and the camber correction that comes with them, I had to pound the inner metal and do a minor roll/pull to fit them.

 

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granted these are 17s but I dont imagine 18s being much harder to fit.

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well i run a 235/40 all around on 17x9 +12 (front) and 17x9 +20 (rear)

 

my car isn't slammed to 2010 jzxp standards, but it only kisses the fender on really tight corners. i have only hammered the rear lip section flat (the "hump" inside the rear wheel well hasn't been flattened, which is why it rubs on hard cornering). fronts i haven't really touched except for camber. wheel protrudes a little but it gets by with minimal rub on hard corners

 

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how it sits right now

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I really like your wheels ^^^

 

Is there a specific reason you're running a lower offset in the front? I've one seen that on FF cars.

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i like the wider track, i would in the rear but i haven't got around to the battle of the bulge yet (the rear hump in the well that needs to hammered)

 

i would have picked up more for track spares but i really wish they made 18's....

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Ok im not to worried about the fronts because the front fenders seem to roll easy on the cressida but the rears are where my issue lies i would like to run 17x9+24 front and a 17x10+20 rear now with rolling the rear fenders i keep hearing that there is some sort of cutting and banging involved and i dont care about that i just want to be clear on what needs to be cut and massaged into place and i know there is a tread out there i found it when i first joined but can seem to find it again. Im stock body so i would like to be pretty slammed not extreme but you get the idea. So basically i would like to know how these would fit a recommended tires size and what exactly has to be cut in the rear for a nice roll?

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