Post your aftermarket wheel/tire set up

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Motegi MR146. 18x9.5", 45mm. 245/40's.
Running almost no negative camber in the rear now (.9°). I put the center cap gel stick-ons on the wheels to break up all that bright silver! Very happy with this set up, no rubbing with my now "rolled flat" rear fender lips.
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Dope! I was looking at 18x9.5" wheels with +45 offset but I was worried about being 14mm closer to the strut compared to 18x8 +50 wheels.

Did you have to do the 0° rear camber in order to not rub on the suspension components?

Also, I have an Si sedan, so not sure how the inner wheel well looks like for a hatch compared to sedan.



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Dope! I was looking at 18x9.5" wheels with +45 offset but I was worried about being 14mm closer to the strut compared to 18x8 +50 wheels.

Did you have to do the 0° rear camber in order to not rub on the suspension components?

Also, I have an Si sedan, so not sure how the inner wheel well looks like for a hatch compared to sedan.
I too don't know how much room the sedan has. I only took out the negative camber to save tire wear. I had no issues inboard, even with -2.7°
 

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OZ Ultraleggera
18x8 +35
Hankook Ventus V12 Evo2
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Eibach Sportline
SPC Rear Camber Kit (-0.5 front, -1.0 rear)
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