FK8 Civic Type R Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread/Database!

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Rays Volk TE37SL 18x9.5 +38 5x120 Blast bronze on our customer's SGP CTR

18x9.5 +18 effective (20mm spacer)
Suspension: Fortune Auto FA500 Coilovers

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was a camber kit for the rear used to make this fitment work?



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was a camber kit for the rear used to make this fitment work?
At this offset, yes. Customer has chosen to pair it with adjustable rear arms and adjustable front plates on his coilovers
 
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you think a camber kit will be necessary for 18x9.5 +45 with a 20mm adapter?
Yes, it will be necessary, no question about it
 

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Looking to run Rays Gramlight 57DR in 18x9.5 +38 with 265/35/18 PS4S all around, no spacers, and stock height with no plans to lower. Does anyone foresee fitment issues?

I'm going for zero-rubbing daily driver. What about 255/40 or 255/35 (or hell, 265/40)?
 

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Looking to run Rays Gramlight 57DR in 18x9.5 +38 with 265/35/18 PS4S all around, no spacers, and stock height with no plans to lower. Does anyone foresee fitment issues?

I'm going for zero-rubbing daily driver. What about 255/40 or 255/35 (or hell, 265/40)?
I want to know this too! I assume you’d be good.
 

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Looking to run Rays Gramlight 57DR in 18x9.5 +38 with 265/35/18 PS4S all around, no spacers, and stock height with no plans to lower. Does anyone foresee fitment issues?

I'm going for zero-rubbing daily driver. What about 255/40 or 255/35 (or hell, 265/40)?
I ran that wheel on 255/35 with absolutely no issues, whether it be a full car or loaded with stuff in the back. I can’t say from experience that you’ll be okay with 265/35 and 255/40, but from what I’m reading you should be good on that too.

255/35 was good when lowered as well. It’s a conservative size.
 

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