Hatchback w/ aftermarket rims (pics)

  • Thread starter Deleted member 3699
  • Start date

Timmeh8604

Senior Member
Joined
Feb 1, 2017
Messages
183
Reaction score
104
Location
Mary Esther, FL
Car(s)
2017 Civic Hatchback EX
Vehicle Showcase
1
Country flag
18X7.5 +43 5Zigen Heidfelds. 225/40r18

A4ACAF88-612D-4BA7-8157-9C0842D2653A.jpeg
D2944E19-4116-4985-AE80-49E876505A9D.jpeg
73A67430-03AA-498D-B140-C9BA43F0938A.jpeg



Advertisement


 

imcrspy

Senior Member
First Name
Allen
Joined
Sep 8, 2018
Messages
169
Reaction score
126
Location
Los Angeles
Car(s)
2018 Civic Hatchback Sport
Country flag
YEHFzLD.jpg
 

arsh88

Senior Member
Joined
Dec 5, 2018
Messages
431
Reaction score
188
Location
Minesota
Car(s)
2018 Honda Civic Hatchback EX
Country flag
17X7.5 MONTE TITANO MT6 VITA MT TITAN
Went with wheels I could keep the stock tires. Wanted to spend the least amount.

fullsizeoutput_ee.jpeg
Do you regret not having 18's? I'm really tempted to keep 17's for the same reason, lower cost and I can keep the stock tires a bit longer.
 

evansc22

Member
Joined
Nov 12, 2018
Messages
20
Reaction score
14
Location
Arkansas
Car(s)
2017 Honda Civic EX
Country flag
Do you regret not having 18's? I'm really tempted to keep 17's for the same reason, lower cost and I can keep the stock tires a bit longer.
I don't regret keeping the stock size. My decision to purchase this vehicle was purely economical in the beginning, and in that spirit, I made this decision. It turns out this car has a great following and community as a bonus. I was also concerned about making a change that caused the car to perform differently. I know there are ways to adjust and make the wheel/tire combo the exact size as stock (or really close), but I chose not to upset the balance to much. I wanted the stock wheels gone, and these were satisfactory for my taste/needs.
 

arsh88

Senior Member
Joined
Dec 5, 2018
Messages
431
Reaction score
188
Location
Minesota
Car(s)
2018 Honda Civic Hatchback EX
Country flag
I don't regret keeping the stock size. My decision to purchase this vehicle was purely economical in the beginning, and in that spirit, I made this decision. It turns out this car has a great following and community as a bonus. I was also concerned about making a change that caused the car to perform differently. I know there are ways to adjust and make the wheel/tire combo the exact size as stock (or really close), but I chose not to upset the balance to much. I wanted the stock wheels gone, and these were satisfactory for my taste/needs.
Thanks, and good to know. I'm keeping my stocks for winter since they look better that steelies but IMO not much better lol. But i'll probably try for some 17's this spring with the stock tires until they wear out.
 

Advertisement












Advertisement


Top