Factory wheel size, offset, and weights

  1. DallasCRX

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    Anybody ever get a weight on these wheels?
     
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    whats the wheel for the 2018 sport touring? (is it the same as the 2016 model?)
     
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    Can anyone tell me what my offset is on my 2018 Civic EX-T Sedan? Without having to take my wheel off and looking on the inside of my wheel, of course. I can’t find this info anywhere!
     
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    My 2018 Civic EX-T Sedan has stock 17 wheels & 235/50r17 tires. If I go with 18 wheels & 235/40r18 tires, how wide can I go with my tires without any rubbing?
     
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    #157 gtman, Apr 8, 2019
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    The EX-T has 215/50-17's stock. The 235/40 size is perfect if you go the +1 route and upgrade to something like 18x8.
     
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    #158 Bru87tr, Apr 16, 2019
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    Yup. You should get some centering rings. I've bought some in the past from either Discount Tire Direct or Evasive Motorsports (it was long enough ago that I've forgotten).
     
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    I did, they are all on and looking good.
     
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    I am lowering on Eibach springs and will.m be running 18x9.5 38, what tires should I run to avoid scrape??
     
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    Usually 235/40/18 are safe with pro or sport line
     
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    Decided to get a CF hood instead of aftermarket tires since I’m not racing.
     
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