- Oct 5, 2020
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- United States
- Honda Civic
For an 18x7.5 +48 wheel, you're better off with 235/40 tires.Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I have two sets of Mugen GP 18x7.5 +48 and I'm planning on putting a set on my 10th gen.
I'm looking for tires but would like a meaty look with minimal poke out. Really new to this type of setup, use to the 205 35 days...lol! How would 245 40 work? Will be on stock suspension for now. Later Eibach Pro-Kit Plus. Thanks for any help and sorry if this is the wrong location for this post. I like the look in the picture, but I think that's 235 40?
Cleanest 10th gen I've ever seen. What brand for the grill and lugs. I've been lucking for some teal lugs that don't strip lolWheel: Advan Racing RZII
Tire Size: 235/40
Suspension: AirForce Suspension w/ Airlift Management 3P
No rubbing or fender work
updated my own post so it has my specs and all that fun stuffsi have found this thread and liked the everything lol
and here we are the car is finally lowered!
H&R lowering springs
1.25" up front and 1.00" in the rear
with kansei bronze knps 18x9+35 with stock tires stretched on for the time being i plan to go to a 255/35/18 for a summer tire eventually
also no the lip is not installed wrong or anything for some reason from the front or the side angle it looks odd idk why lol