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Old 09/03/2009, 08:39 PM   #121 (permalink)
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will this fit

i was wondering if 245/40/19 tires would fit on my eclipse
the suspension is stock
also if this would look stupid without a drop
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i was wondering if 245/40/19 tires would fit on my eclipse
the suspension is stock
also if this would look stupid without a drop
245/40/19 is too tall.

go with a 245/35.
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What do you guys think about 18x9" +35 offset Rota G-force Rims with 255/35R18 mounted on them? Currently I'm running these rims with 225/40R18 with 1/4" spacers for a little extra clearance (I have evo brembo calipers mounted right now) I don;t care about the tires sticking out because I'm getting Shine fender flares to take care of that... I used the tire size website posted above to compare the 2 tire sizes and the 255/35 is 1mm shorter than the 225/40... but my question is with 1/4" spacers all around and the +35 offset do you think the 255 width is going to rub or is there anyone out there running a similar setup? Thanks for the help guys! -Tim
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255/35 will sit square on the 18x9.

you won't have any problems...you also don't need spacers.
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Old 11/25/2009, 09:12 AM   #125 (permalink)
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hey will 18" rims fit on stock suspension with out rubbing +40 offset and 7.5
I am running Enkei 18x8 40 offset 235/40/18 tires With Skunk2 springs (2"inch drop). I have no rubbing & turning issue. The Fitment is good.
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Hey guys, need a little insight for offset. I'm in love with these wheels for my 04 gts but I can't tell how they will sit with the offset.

18x8.5 Rota Torque - Yamaha Black(5x100/e45/73) Wheeldude.com - Professional wheel dealer. #1 Rota Dealer.

I'd like them to sit as flush with the edge of the fenders as possible (but not protruding) and I'm getting Eibach Pro kit.

Will they fit? Thanks dudes.
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Old 11/25/2009, 09:12 PM   #127 (permalink)
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Hey guys, need a little insight for offset. I'm in love with these wheels for my 04 gts but I can't tell how they will sit with the offset.

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I'd like them to sit as flush with the edge of the fenders as possible (but not protruding) and I'm getting Eibach Pro kit.

Will they fit? Thanks dudes.
I'm pretty sure 8.5" is pushing it. I remember hearing that the widest to go without protruding is 8".
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I was hoping the 45 offset would tuck it under enough. I prefer 18x8 but the site doesn't list that size in 18". They have a billion sizes but I'll check around other places for them.

Edit: stroke of genius, bolt up my Evo X BBS rims, they are almost exactly the same size. 1 mil differnce in offset is all!

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I have an issue that has come up with my set up. I have 19x8 with a 35 off set,225/35/19, kyb agx shocks, and prokit springs. My rear has started to hit the rear upper control arm. It has damaged both rear tires. I wanted to know if a set of H&R 5mm wheel spacers will clear the control arm without me having to roll the fenders because I have shine street fender flares? There is 1 inch between the tire and upper control arm, 2 inches of space to line the tire up with the fender flares, and 1/2 inch of space between the top of the tire and fender. Thanks for any help.
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I'm pretty sure 8.5" is pushing it. I remember hearing that the widest to go without protruding is 8".
with the proper fender work, the widest is 9".

18x8.5 +45 will fit without rubbing.
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^looked awful though. Stuck out from fenders about a half inch. I'll just go 18x8.
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I have an issue that has come up with my set up. I have 19x8 with a 35 off set,225/35/19, kyb agx shocks, and prokit springs. My rear has started to hit the rear upper control arm. It has damaged both rear tires. I wanted to know if a set of H&R 5mm wheel spacers will clear the control arm without me having to roll the fenders because I have shine street fender flares? There is 1 inch between the tire and upper control arm, 2 inches of space to line the tire up with the fender flares, and 1/2 inch of space between the top of the tire and fender. Thanks for any help.
What how can you be rubbing?

35offset with the 225 tire should give you room from what ive calculated.. are you constantly rubbing on the control arm or at certain times?


I've got a similar setup with progress springs so about a 1.8" drop in the back.
I will be running 235/35/19 19x8 +40 offset in the rear, anyone see that being a problem? was planning to use a 5mm spacer if needed.. thoughts?

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Alright guys, unfortunately I need some new tires. I don't have a lot of knowledge on this topic so I was hoping for some help and recommendations.

I'm currently running Bf Goodrich G-Force T/A KDW's 225/40zR18 tires with Enkei CDR9 18x7 +40 offset wheels. I wanted to get some different tire's because those are going to cost me a arm and a leg. I was talking with the manager at firestone and he recommended the Falken Ziex ZE-912 225/40R18 92W. He chose those because that's what they had there but yeah. I was wondering if you guys could recommend any tires to me that won't completely break the bank but still perform.

I was also wondering if moving up to 235/40/18's would work and if it would give me a slightly smoother ride.

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can someone pm helping me with the off set please

my question is i have a 2001 eclipse RS and im looking and changing the stock rims to black rims or wheels and i need help with the offset for the 2001

as said before was

"actory GT wheel spec: 17x6.5" ; +46 offset ; 5x114.3 ; 67.1mm centerbore (applies to all 2000+ Eclipse models)"

does that offset apply to me since i have a RS not GT?
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Quick question. 1st post states that bolt pattern must be 5-114.3 Was on tirerack and when it brings up tires that will fit the 3g, 1 I am looking at shows bolt pattern as 5-114. Is tirerack wrong, or is the .3 small enough that it wouldn't matter?
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Quick question. 1st post states that bolt pattern must be 5-114.3 Was on tirerack and when it brings up tires that will fit the 3g, 1 I am looking at shows bolt pattern as 5-114. Is tirerack wrong, or is the .3 small enough that it wouldn't matter?
It matters. Call and ask, maybe they labeled it wrong.
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I'm trying to get some Tenzo DC-6 18x8 5x100-5x4.5/114.3 +35 or Tenzo DC-5 18x8 5x100-5x4.5/114.3 +37. Wheel this fit without rubbing running on a 225/40/18? When I put in my model car on the website it says +45 but I know that in a lot of cases cars are running on lower offsets as I can see in above post.

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Yes you will be fine Travion. Get the +35 offset
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I ended up going with 18x8 w/ a 40 offset and got the 'full' look I was trying to achieve. My previous wheels were 18x7.5 w/ 40 offset; I didn't realize that the .5 would appear to make a difference.

I ended up installing a set of the Enkei RPO3's with a set of Toyo TR1's - 225x40 18. The clearance was fine.



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Would they fit on a 2001 RS? And if so would I need spacers or something if I went with a 225/40/18? Cause the guy I'm buying them from seems to think it would be fine if I just threw them on w/out any spacers or any thing, not trying to be a noob but I'm just not sure cause I think they look good and all but don't wanna go killing myself of someone else behind some rims. The only reason I ask about the spacers is because on the chrome rims I had on there they used spacers and the where 18's as well. Please help, I'm looking to buy the rims and tires in the morning, thanks in advance.

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Price is $250 for the set because all the tires need to be replaced. Or should I just spend the money and buy new, all comments welcome pls and thank you.

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Question about wheel fitment. I have 18 x 8.5 +38s that came off my evo...curious about fitment with wide (different manufactureres make wider tread width than others) 225s or 235s on prokit springs. I have seen where at least one member has similar set up and gotten them to work.

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Would they fit on a 2001 RS? And if so would I need spacers or something if I went with a 225/40/18? Cause the guy I'm buying them from seems to think it would be fine if I just threw them on w/out any spacers or any thing, not trying to be a noob but I'm just not sure cause I think they look good and all but don't wanna go killing myself of someone else behind some rims. The only reason I ask about the spacers is because on the chrome rims I had on there they used spacers and the where 18's as well. Please help, I'm looking to buy the rims and tires in the morning, thanks in advance.

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Price is $250 for the set because all the tires need to be replaced. Or should I just spend the money and buy new, all comments welcome pls and thank you.
99% of the time an 18" wheel fits the eclipse just fine, unless it is really wide. Do you have better specs? like how wide the wheel is, what offset?

225/40/18 work almost always, but the specs above are needed to be certain
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18"x 8.5", comes in offsets: 20, 32, 35, 38, 45.
planning to go with 225/40/18 tires

Which offset would look/fit best on this setup? I'm currently leaning on 32.

would I have any issues with the 8.5" width? only width choice on my desired wheel.
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18"x 8.5", comes in offsets: 20, 32, 35, 38, 45.
planning to go with 225/40/18 tires

Which offset would look/fit best on this setup? I'm currently leaning on 32.

would I have any issues with the 8.5" width? only width choice on my desired wheel.
+32 is what i would use.

it'll be flush with the rear fenders. the front will stick out past the fender, but will still be flush with the side of the car...this is because the nose of the 3g isn't as wide as the rest of the car.

imo, it's not a bad look. if you don't like it, roll the front fenders. problem solved.

if you go with +32, may i suggest NOT using a 225 tire. 255 will look much better and fit square on the wheel. it won't rub.
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Ok so I saw some Motegis I liked, but they are a 19 inch wheel. Offset is 30 and its 9 inches wide.. not gonna work right?

The reason I asked is because I can only find them in a 17 and a 19.. and I dont really want a 17.
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Ok so I saw some Motegis I liked, but they are a 19 inch wheel. Offset is 30 and its 9 inches wide.. not gonna work right?

The reason I asked is because I can only find them in a 17 and a 19.. and I dont really want a 17.
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motegi makes a 9 inch wheel?

what model is it?
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Would they fit on a 2001 RS? And if so would I need spacers or something if I went with a 225/40/18? Cause the guy I'm buying them from seems to think it would be fine if I just threw them on w/out any spacers or any thing, not trying to be a noob but I'm just not sure cause I think they look good and all but don't wanna go killing myself of someone else behind some rims. The only reason I ask about the spacers is because on the chrome rims I had on there they used spacers and the where 18's as well. Please help, I'm looking to buy the rims and tires in the morning, thanks in advance.

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I've found a set of wheels that im am actually going to purchase this time. They are 18x8+35 up front and 18x9+41 in the rear. Now I believe they should fit with know problem the only thing that has me worried is that in order for them to fit a 08 civic si coupe they needed a 3mm spacer for the 18x9+41 wheels in the rear. The reason for the spacer was so that it would rub up against the suspension. As far as I know looking at wheels on the civic forum there offset are very similar to what we run over here between 35+ to +42. Any suggestions?

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hey guys i have a gts i will be running 225/35/19 tires. rims r 19x8.5 if i get 38 offset n probably 19x8 with the 45 offset. i plan on running s techs. do u think i will rub. thanks 4 help.
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I have 225/35/19 on a 19x7.5 and I rub, so Ya.
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would 18x8.5 with a 35mm offset rub what tires would i need, im not lowered yet. and how far would they stick out?

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I have 18 x 8.5 +38 off my other car and they stuck out about 1/2 inch in the front (~12mm) which looked a little goofy...but was flush in the back though.

I ended up going with 17 x 8 + 40 with a 3mm spacer to clear the brakes making it +37 and with -1.3 camber in the front and -0.5 in the back that with 235 tires makes it flush in the front and close in the back. This set up is about 8 mm or around 1/3 of an inch more in board than 18 x 8.5 + 35.

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Ok, quick question. I am doing autox recently. Can I run 225/50/16 on stock gs wheel? I have Koni+KYB/Tein s tech setup? How about RPF1 16x7+43? I want to be able to run in DSP so larger wheel is not the opinion.
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thinking of getting 18x8 +35 with 225/40 tires, if i were lowered on agx + s-tech would this rub during both normal driving and hard cornering at the track? any help is appreciated
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also, could i run a245/40 or even a 255/40 tire? or would i need to run a 35 series if i go that wide?
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WN - It shouldn't rub with a 25 series tire. I have 235s and they rub when the wheel is locked either way, granted I'm on 17s. Also, I'm lowered on S-Techs. I have a feeling 245 and up will rub a lot.
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WN - It shouldn't rub with a 25 series tire. I have 235s and they rub when the wheel is locked either way, granted I'm on 17s. Also, I'm lowered on S-Techs. I have a feeling 245 and up will rub a lot.
i'm on 225/45/17 and don't rub at all but i want to move to 245/40/18. i think offset is gonna play a huge roll. time to bust out the calculator. i'm on 17x7.5+45 right now and going to 18x8+35
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^^ If I'm not mistaken your new setup will protrude an additional .5"+10mm from where it is now.
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^^ If I'm not mistaken your new setup will protrude an additional .5"+10mm from where it is now.
i'm not worried about that, just wanted to know if i would rub or not. it looks like these new wheel/ tire combo will be .2 in taller but the same inside clearance, so i think i should be ok as long as that extra .2 doesn't hit anything
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Wrong. .25" + 10mm. Half of the difference will be on the inside and the other half will be on the outside.
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i'm not worried about that, just wanted to know if i would rub or not. it looks like these new wheel/ tire combo will be .2 in taller but the same inside clearance, so i think i should be ok as long as that extra .2 doesn't hit anything
18"x8" +35 won't be much different than this (just 5mm more pushed out past the fender):



In terms of running a 245/40-18...that is just way too tall of a tire if you're going to worry about rubbing. Combine that size tire with an 18x8 +35 wheel and I can guarantee that you'll rub up front if you're lowered at all. Hell, even at stock ride height I'd be willing to gamble that you'd still rub with that wheel/tire combo.

If I may, I will say that if you want to run a 245mm tire and your reason is solely for added grip, can I suggest that you just pick stickier tires in either 235/40-18 or 225/40-18? For example, when I went from 235/45-17 Yokohoma ES100's to 225/45-17 Michelin Pilot Sport PS2's, I not only eliminated almost all of my rubbing issues but I also had a ridiculous amount of extra grip.
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thanks for the info both of you. i'm going to run a nitto nt-05 tire, i've had Michelin pilots before and hated them so bad i tried to wear them out, so Michelin are out of the questions. i have dunlop direnzza z1 starspecs right now and love them and i'm gonna give nitto nt-o5 a try and maybe nitto invo. any other tire suggestions would be appreciated, something to daily drive during the summer and take to the road course and drag strip on occasion, something with great cornering grip. oh, and under 200 bucks. thanks
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I realized that after I posted.
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thanks for the info both of you. i'm going to run a nitto nt-05 tire, i've had Michelin pilots before and hated them so bad i tried to wear them out, so Michelin are out of the questions.
Huh? Which Pilot's were you running? Pilot Sport, Pilot Sport PS2, Pilot Sport A/S (400 treadwear), Pilot Sport A/S+ (500 treadwear)? I had the opportunity to run both the PS2 and 400-rated All-seasons and loved both of them (but the PS2's moreso for obvious reasons).
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Ahh, yeah, those tires suck. They came stock on both my '04 TSX and my 2010 TSX V6 but you have to realize they're a "touring" tire and are designed specifically for a super-smooth and quiet ride and really not much else. Any of the other tires I mentioned will be a night-and-day difference compared to the MXM4's, especially the Pilot Sport 2's.
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what about 18x9 +15 would these rub or stick out enough to look retarded?
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Woah! Those would protrude a substantial amount, especially in the front.
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Yeah, that would protrude nearly 2" past the fenders.

And I'd hate to think about how much stress that would put on the wheel bearings..
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ok,those are out of the question, looks like i'm going 18x8 +35 w/ 235-40 nitto nt-05 tires
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Guys, need an advice: I got R18 8.5J ET20. Which tire size I should better choose to avoid rubbing, 235/40 will be fine ? As I understood in front I will have to use 20mm spacers
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Hey, I'm looking at some 17" wheels with an offset of 40+ and I plan on putting 225/45-17's on. Will that look alright? Unfortunately I know nothing about wheels.. thanks
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