Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread

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    What is the offset? Must be really low.
     
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    The link below check out Blackfc1's setup. 18x9 +35 - 255/35/18 (at the time). I used his set up because at the time no one was running 255's on 9" wheels. Overall both our diameters are 635mm and both have the tab mod bent in.
    With your desired tires 245/40/18 itl end up being 653mm in diameter. At that point its really dependent on how low your car is. Im on d2's so i may be able to squeeze out 265/40/17's (644mm) but that is forsure its limit. Stock diameter is 645mm just to give you a reference point.
    https://www.civicx.com/threads/post-your-aftermarket-wheel-tire-set-up.3356/page-202

    Hope this helps!
     
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    I ended choosing
    Thanks. I ended up getting some
    18X9.5 +39 TSW Chrono 255/40R18 Yokohama ADVAN APEX V601. I'll post up pics after I get them mounted on Tuesday.

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    Those tires are some chonkers... should look very nice.
     
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    Question,

    Do you guys think that 18x8.5 +32 will rub on an Eiback Prokit (Stock tire size) on an SI sedan? Trying to figure out if I can make Genisis Brembo's work with my current wheels + spacer without any rubbing or rolling.
     
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    From what I have read in other posts, I believe that it'll rub (especially with more than a driver in the seats) ... but I have no first hand experience with that set up.
     
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    Got them mounted. I'm happy with them and the ride is much improved with the taller 255/40R18 tire. Speedo off by 2mph. On pro kit springs that have about 100 miles driven so will settle a little more.

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    Will a 17x9 +22 offset fit a 2019 Civic Si sedan? With 245/45/R17 tires?

    Found some nice wheels and need to know if it will fit!?

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    Are you lowered?
     
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    18x9.5 +38 on D2 springs and stock sport tires no modifications no rubbing IMG_20190615_174847.jpg IMG_20190608_095652.jpg
     
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    Looks great.
     
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    Thanks mavic
     
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    Question: Will there be any problems with 265/40R17 tires on 17x9 wheels with 40mm offset?
    I have a '19 Si Coupe. Stock suspension. No plans or desire to lower the car.
    Opinions on any issues with rubbing?

    If anyone has the same (or similar) setup, I'd LOVE to see some pics.

    Thank you, in advance.
     
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    May I ask.. why 265?.. what’s your purpose of having such wide tires??

    I want to understand... since you’re not lowering the car..
    Bigger tires may increase in traction but you will suffer in mpg and other factors.. unless you just want to have the title “265 club” or in that line
     
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