Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread

  1. Multaq

    Multaq Senior Member

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    How do you guys feel about Enkei GTC01RR Wheels?
     
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    Bryce.exe ex Honda tech, now CEO/Project Manager

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    Update with 245 Falken RT615's, no rubs at stock height. I really like how it looks with the meaty tires. Next is to lower it 1 inch, with some camber.

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    Tire: 235/40/18 BFGoodrich G-FORCE COMP-2 A/S
    Notes: Bent the front fender tab in order to alleviate rubbing

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    That looks good holy shit
     
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    Beautiful!
     
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    Next season will be putting some 265/35 tires.

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    Freaking simply BEAUTIFUL I tell you man.
     
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    I want to buy rims man. But just worried if I do get them that they will steal them I have no garage. Freaking hate thieves hope they all DIE!

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    Damn that sucks man... yeah not having a garage would make me freak out all the time. That’s why I got locking lug nuts on my wheels to have some safety.
     
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    You experiencing any rubbing on this setup? I recently picked up 18 x 9.5 +35 and don't know if I should stretch my 235s or just upgrade to 245s. Concerned about rubbing on a daily basis.
     
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    From what ive been told 245s will rub when going over divets in the road and speed bumps, 235s dont rub at all

    235/40s that is
     
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    After your springs settle, you will rub even with stretched 235. All on the outer most of the tire that should go away with fender rolling. If you aren't down to roll your fender, choose different springs, or don't go 9.5 wide with the 235 tire. You'll hear it rub on most dips.
     
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    I have zero rub with 9.5 with 235s with settled springs. That said his wheels are 5mm more aggressive so there may be some fender tab rubbing. The fender tab cab be rolled VERY easily and likely would stop the rubbing.
     
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