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Old 03-08-2019, 08:52 PM
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I have been going nuts trying to figure out new wheels for my Grigio ZDX. The choices of wheel sis frustrating.

I first had my heart set on Vossen cv1 like the famous choice in wheel thread. I refuse to go 22", and other Vossen CV1 choices have too smakk offset. I would rather not go 20's in other brands for cost reasons(wheel/tire prices), I do like a couple enkei choices however they are 18x8. I would rather not increase sidewall height to keep diameter the same. So enkeis are pretty much out.

enkei vulcan

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but then I cam across a set of Acura TL accessory upgrades that is pretty sharp. I did all my research and while being 19 x 8 55mm offset, I could either go 245/50/19's or even keep same size tire 255/50.19 based on toyo tires website. I like toyo proxes st iii. I am very particular about tread design.

what do you think of these wheels? same pics in this thread here https://acurazine.com/forums/4g-tl-t...ould-i-937868/
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here are pics of Acura 19's. these were crazy expensive new. I have a hookup on local craigslist. They include tpms and excellent shape. All in with brand new toyo proxes stiii, they would be about $300 less than enkei 18's and $600 less than enkei 20's

I am really digging the idea of putting a bigger tire on it and seeing how they would look.

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Do it!

I wasnt very fond of the enkeis you posted, but then when I saw the Stock accessory wheel, I was smitten!
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being 55 offset, they might even look decent as is. worst case scenario a small spacer might be needed?

anyone with experience using a Acura car wheel on SUV?
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Sorry man, I don't like any of those options. Especially when compared to the stock ZDX wheel choices.

If cost is an issue and you want to change out your wheels, have you thought about the Camaro 20s? You can get a used set cheap (it's the same 5 x 120 bolt pattern)...you'll just need hub rings to center the hub, but otherwise, it's a direct bolt on...

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Honda Pilot and MDX owners bolt on Camaro wheels quite often...I also included a shot of the ZDX wheels on the Pilot to show they are interchangeable...






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