Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread

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    #1 MavicTB, Jul 30, 2018
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    Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread
    Stretched or square, concave or lip - doesn't matter as long as the wheels are low offset and a nice width. Your own car, something you found on the forum, something you stumbled upon searching google - If its got aggressive fitting wheels and its a 10th gen Civic, it belongs in this thread.

    The purpose of this thread is to show people working setups that are more aggressive than the popular 18x8.5 +35 that a lot of people run on the 10th gen.

    Rules/Guidelines:
    Wheel width MUST be 9" or wider!
    Offset MUST be +45mm or lower!
    Post Specs!
    Post brand/model of wheels!


    Example: (Not my Car)

    2017 Civic Si
    Suspension: Skunk2 Springs
    Wheel Specs: Rays Gram Lights 57cr 18x9.5 +38
    Tires: 235/40-18 OEM tires
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    2018 Civic Si
    Suspension: D2 Springs
    Wheel Specs: XXR 531 18x9.5 +35
    Tires: 235/40-18 OEM tires
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    [2017 civic si coupe
    Suspension: ground control sleeves
    Wheels: RPF1 18x9.5 15
    Tires: bfgoodrich comp 2 a/s 235/40]

    Hey man how did you get the front so low with GC sleeves? I thought they would only do a 1.75inch drop in the front?
     
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    I maxed out camber next set of wheels I get will have a higher offset maybe like +35 used have lots of rubbing it’s a lot better since I raised it
     
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    I was thinking +15 was a little much on 9.5 wide. Looks great though. I have a set of 18x9.5 +40 wheels on the way, should be mounting them this weekend.I think +35-+40 is the sweetspot for 9.5 wide on this platform.
     
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    Yes you’re right! I think that’s the sweet spot too. I probably would be even better off with smaller tire but I rather rub than break wheels
     
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    #9 FKSE7EN, Aug 1, 2018
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    2017 Hatchback Sport
    Susp: Eibach Sportlines
    Wheels: Ambit FF2 18x9.5 +38
    Tires: Federal 595 SS 245/40/18
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    beautiful car, 245s or 255s?
     
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    245/40 Just edited my post thanks
     
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    NP man, thanks for the post. Just trying to get a good "database" if you will for fitment. I just couldnt tell for sure if they were 245s... 595ss' tend to run a little wide. I ran some on my RX8 years ago, decent tires.
     
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    Nice, any rubbing in the front and back? If so, what modifications did you do to relieve it?
     
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    I don’t have any rubbing issues.
     
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    Finally my own car...
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    Suspension: Skunk2 Springs - No alignment changes yet
    Wheel Specs: ESR SR12 18x9.5 +40
    Tires: 235/40-18 OEM all seasons
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