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So I want to fill the gap and I have 19s already, I dont wanna waste money on 20s, to look the same, so I think imma put 22s, but my question is ,will these fit? 22" Inch MKW M120 22x9 5x114.3(5x4.5") +35mm u think these will fit 2019 honda accord sport? Or if I put 20s. What would be the best option to lower it? What would you suggest? Thanks.. would buying aftermarket springs to drop it a inch and half I believe and put 20s. Idk. :( any help. Thanks..
 

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If someone can put 26" wheels on a '96 Caprice I'd say the sky's the limit. Go for it - everyone will look at your car with envy...as far as you know.
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So I want to fill the gap and I have 19s already, I dont wanna waste money on 20s, to look the same, so I think imma put 22s,
22's won't fill the gap unless you use tires that are larger than stock circumference. Doing that will throw off your odometer and speedometer.

my question is ,will these fit? 22" Inch MKW M120 22x9 5x114.3(5x4.5") +35mm u think these will fit 2019 honda accord sport?
A quick internet search shows that people have put 22s on their 10th gen Accords without issue. Those MKW wheels are heavy at 33 lbs. That's going to hurt acceleration, braking, handling, MPG, suspension components, ride quality/comfort,...

This person has 22x8.5 +35 wheels with 235/30/22 tires which are 4.4% larger in circumference than the stock 235/40/19 tires. That's why they fill the gap a bit.



Or if I put 20s. What would be the best option to lower it? What would you suggest? Thanks.. would buying aftermarket springs to drop it a inch and half I believe and put 20s. Idk. :( any help. Thanks..
If you're going to lower it (best option being coilovers so you can adjust the height. Springs have a fixed height), why bother changing the wheels/tires to 20's if your goal is to get rid of the gap?
 
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