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I’m looking at a deal for these rims that have these tires on them

Xxr 527 18x9.75 33
Tires 265/35/18


currently not dropped but planning to drop 1.5-2Inches.

My concern is fitment now, and fitment issues when I drop?


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I’m looking at a deal for these rims that have these tires on them

Xxr 527 18x9.75 33
Tires 265/35/18

currently not dropped but planning to drop 1.5-2Inches.

My concern is fitment now, and fitment issues when I drop?


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Compared to your Kyowa wheels,

2014 EX-L White Orchid Pearl.
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Kyowa KR228 18x8.5 +30

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the new wheels will stick out 13mm more and because they're wider they'll also extend 19mm further inwards than before.
 

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Compared to your Kyowa wheels,



the new wheels will stick out 13mm more and because they're wider they'll also extend 19mm further inwards than before.
not currently on those wheels I’m on a 18x8.
now with what you said, should I be worried about anything?I will drop soon and will have fenders pull and rolled
 

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not currently on those wheels I’m on a 18x8.
now with what you said, should I be worried about anything?I will drop soon and will have fenders pull and rolled
What are you planning to drop it on? If you get coilovers and the rear camber arms, you may be able to run some negative camber if it does rub. Based on that tire size, width, and offset, I think it will. You will for sure on sharp turns, bumps, and/or if you're carrying passengers.
 

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I’m looking at a deal for these rims that have these tires on them

Xxr 527 18x9.75 33
Tires 265/35/18

currently not dropped but planning to drop 1.5-2Inches.

My concern is fitment now, and fitment issues when I drop?
Definitely going to poke with that setup on stock, most likely rub when lowered. You're better off stretching a thinner tire (and some negative camber) if you don't want any fitment issues. I'm no wheel expert so do your own research before you commit. I'm just speaking from setups I've seen over the years so it just depends on what look you're going for and if you prefer form over function.
 

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17x7 Enkie PF01 (15.8 lb) ET 48. 225/55/17 Continental DWS-06 Tires. 2014 Sport 6-speed

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About 13 lbs lighter per corner than the factory 18 wheel/tire. Could def feel a difference in acceleration. Smoother ride, quieter etc.
 

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What are you planning to drop it on? If you get coilovers and the rear camber arms, you may be able to run some negative camber if it does rub. Based on that tire size, width, and offset, I think it will. You will for sure on sharp turns, bumps, and/or if you're carrying passengers.
Planning on dropping with megan ezii coils.

Definitely going to poke with that setup on stock, most likely rub when lowered. You're better off stretching a thinner tire (and some negative camber) if you don't want any fitment issues. I'm no wheel expert so do your own research before you commit. I'm just speaking from setups I've seen over the years so it just depends on what look you're going for and if you prefer form over function.
I'm sticking with function. Not planning on a big drop. 1-1.5. And what tire would you recommend running. Since I'm going to drop and this setup might be too much.
 

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I'm sticking with function. Not planning on a big drop. 1-1.5. And what tire would you recommend running. Since I'm going to drop and this setup might be too much.
I'd probably stay away from those wheels then. They're basically 10" wide. Trying to get those to fit at least 'flush' will be a headache unless you want to tinker with tire stretch and neg camber. I wouldn't go wider than 9", 8.5" even to be safe.
 

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Anyone have pictures of front fender fitments 19x8.5 +30 or similar 9.5 +45 with a negative camber close to -1.5?

Just trying to get a better view of the poke my accord might have if lowered by only 2in.
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2016 Sport in Modern Steel. Since our roads are minefields once potholes start popping, and I drive to and from work mostly in the dark- I wanted to get some taller sidewalls for Winter. I also have a 3 mile ascent to get home and again a descent to go anywhere.

I got a set through Discount Tire and picked up 4 Cooper True North's and 4 Konig Oversteer in black. I just test fitted them so I have no surprises when its time to put them on. I also brought out the scale to weigh incoming and outgoing.
19 inch Sport wheels with OEM Conti's are 55 pounds a corner, while the new setup of Cooper/Konig is 47 pounds a corner wahoo!

I have a set of Oversteers left from my 09 Coupe, and when I bought those- I hated what the black looked like against a Silver car, so I got the chromish Opal finish. Now having the gloss black against the charcoal car- its amazing how it looks. The Cooper True Norths I had picked up a set last year for wifes Pilot, and was happy with them.
I didn't drive on them- as I only tried the drivers side.

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Im fairly certain I've plugged these numbers into the search bar in enough ways to know there's just not an example on this forum.
Here goes...

The car is a 2017 Accord. I'm not planning to lower the car (if I do, it will most likely be minimally). The wheels in question are 18x8.5" +37mm (Gram Lights 57CR if you're curious) wrapped in 245/45/18 tires (perhaps 255 if not too heavy?). The goal is to lose the heavy weight of the OEM 19's, get less harsh of a ride with just a little more sidewall (OEM is 40) and give the car a subtle styling enhancement by being flush. Also, I want to avoid a staggered setup, excessive camber, and stretched tires.

Would this be a good size for what I'm seeking?

Per willitfit.com: "Compared to your existing wheel [OEM 19x8" +55], this new wheel will have an inner rim which is 11.7mm further away from the suspension strut. The outer rim will poke out 24.4mm more than before."
 

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i think 20 looks good on it..i get lots of compliments on my car
Personally, yes, many 20 inch rims do look outstanding. In other cases, not so much. Your car looks great. There's a lot that goes into a set of rims looking good on a car. I have 19inch Advan RZII's that are really wide. Many people think they're 18's because of the design of the rim stemming from how the spokes are not fully integrated into the design towards the outer rim. Unfortunately, Advan-Yokohama doesn't make a 20inch size for the RZII's. Like the look and design of your rims. However, if you get some coilovers, and drop the car 1.5-2.0 inches your car is going look a lot more sportier. If you do, please, post it.

Now, if you asked me whether 10th generation Accord rims would look good on an Accord Coupe I would blatantly let say, "No way!" However, this looks really good. It works flawlessly. As in, if I didn't already have aftermarket rims, I would do the same thing to my black 2017 black coupe, as well.
 

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Hey guys. I just bought my 2016 Accord EXL Sedan and am now looking into wheels and fitment. If you guys could help that'd be great. I have a couple things I am looking for in my build.

1. I'm lowering it on Eibach's lowering springs so nothing crazy.
2. I don't want to do ANY trimming or fender work.
3. I want it to sit flush with the fender.

I know it's probably a lot, so any help would be much appreciated. Thanks guys.

Installed Vertini RF1.1 19x8.5 +35, wrapped in PIRELLI CINTURATO P7 ALL SEASON PLUS 235/40/19 on my 2017 Hybrid


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The car looks amazing man. What's your suspension set up?

Got a set of slightly used Niche surge m112 19x8.5 +35 offset on Delinte 225 35 19 for my 2015 sport.
What's the widest tires i can go without rubbing?


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What's you suspension set up in this picture?
 
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