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Old 03-04-2002, 04:22 AM
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by adamyankee
[B]Why doesn't everyone post their
1.Brand of Rim
2.Rim size
3.Offset
4.Brand of tire
5.Tire size
6.Drop amount
7.Do they rub.

1. Lowenhart BSD
2. 19 x 8
3. 50 Offset
4. Toyo something
5. 235/35/19
6. Dropped pretty low on Apex'i coilovers (about 2 1/2 - 3 inches)
7. Rubbed a lil bit, rolled the fender.... paint kinda got cracked... but imma put on some flares one day Its rubbing cuz of the 235/35/19.... but the extra thickness helps
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Trafficstar DTS Polished Finish
19"x8"
47 offset
Yokohama AVS Sport
235/35-19
dropped on comptech
very rarely rub with 3 people in car. (have not cut tab or rolled)
purchased from: value
weight: 26lbs w/o tire.
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Hey CLoser didnt you have 18 by 7.5 wheels before do you know what tires you had on those and do you have pics of the ones before. Im getting a similar setup, thats why I ask. Your new wheels are tight!
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DRONNEL
19 X 8
47 OT
225/35/19 FALKEN ZIEK 502
NO RUBBING WITH COMPTECHS, OR AIR RIDE.
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I'm honored to finally be able to post in this thread!!!


LSportline Model IV - custom bored and drilled to fit.
19" x 7.5"
45 mm offset
Pirelli P-Zeros
225/35/19

-dropped on Zeals...ride height is currently rather low...tire tucks neatly into fender.

-no rubbing with suspension set on stiff, VERY LITTLE rubbing with suspension set on soft...and only on major bumps.
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Re: Post Specs Here......

Originally posted by adamyankee
Why doesn't everyone post their
1.Brand of Rim
2.Rim size
3.Offset
4.Brand of tire
5.Tire size
6.Drop amount
7.Do they rub.
1. Stock
4. Yokohama AVS dB
5. 225/55/16
6. none
7. not yet
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this is one of the most informative thread ever. good stuff.
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Re: Post Specs Here......

1.Brand of Rim= Nakayam Racing Phantom GT-1, hyper silver
2.Rim size= 18x7.5
3.Offset= +45
4.Brand of tire= Kumho
5.Tire size= 235/40/18
6.Drop amount= H&R Sport
7.Do they rub?= Not anymore
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1.Speed Star Racing (SSR) GT-3
2.18"X8"
3.+49
4.Bridgestone SO-3
5.225/45Y 18
6.H&R OE's Front & Stock Rear.....for now
7.When I drove through a big dip in the road, etc. The drivers side rear tire rubbed the infamous plastic tab. Pass. side rubbed on very very heavy dips. Cut it off in less then a few seconds and voila!! No more rubbing.

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1.Zauber Gettin Chrome
2.18x7.5
3.+51
4.Bridgestone SO-3
5.225/40/18
6.No Drop
7.No Rub

Wheels are 24.5 lbs ea.
Tires are 24 lbs ea (according to shipping label)

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1.Stock Wheels (TLS)
2.17x6.5 ?
3.+55 ?
4.Bridgestone Blizzak LM-22
5.225/45/17
6.No Drop
7.No Rub

Wheels with Tires are 48 lbs ea.
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Re: Post Specs Here......

Originally posted by adamyankee
Why doesn't everyone post their
1.Brand of Rim
2.Rim size
3.Offset
4.Brand of tire
5.Tire size
6.Drop amount
7.Do they rub.

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1) HP TK9
2) 20*8.5
3) +45
4) Nitto NT555
5) 245-35-20
6) Eibach 2.1/1.7
7) A little in the rear, although I have spring spacers, which prevents it unless I hit a hard bump.

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1. Boyd Coddington Timeless 2
2. 19x8
3. +45
4. Toyo FZ4
5. 225/35/19
6. Teins, dropped w/ no gap all around
7. very little rubbing while turning (should go away after trimming)
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1.Brand of Rim - Arceo Chrome Dynostar
2.Rim size - 18x7.5
3.Offset - 45
4.Brand of tire - Toyo FZ4
5.Tire size - 225/40/18
6.Drop amount -none yet
7.Do they rub - on big bumps. The plastic tabs are cut even. If I drop it, I will definitely have to roll the fenders.
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Re: Post Specs Here......

Originally posted by adamyankee
Why doesn't everyone post their
1.Brand of Rim
2.Rim size
3.Offset
4.Brand of tire
5.Tire size
6.Drop amount
7.Do they rub.
1. ADVAN AVS Model 5
2. 19 x 8.0
3. +45
4. Toyo T1-S
5. 3" Front, 2.5" Rear
7. Only on hard cornering
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1. O.Z. Superleggera
2. 18x8
3. +45
4.Yokohama AVS db
5. 235/40/18
6. Eibach Pro-Kit
7. No after trimming plastic tab on rears
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Old 06-07-2002, 03:13 AM
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1. Racing Hart M5 (3 Piece)

2. 18x7.5

3. +51

4. Pirelli P-Zero Asimetrico

5. 225/40/18

6. soon h&r oe drop

7. nope and don't expect to after drop
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Stock 16's baby
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Old 06-24-2002, 12:18 PM
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1. Roja Formula 5
2. 18x7
3. +42
4. Michelin Pilot Sport
5. 225/45/18
6. No drop
7. No rub.
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Re: Post Specs Here......

Originally posted by adamyankee
Why doesn't everyone post their
1.Brand of Rim
2.Rim size
3.Offset
4.Brand of tire
5.Tire size
6.Drop amount
7.Do they rub.
1. TL-S rims
2. 17 X 6.5
3. ??? but most likely whatever is spec for TLs
4. Dunlop SP Sport 5000
5. 215/50/VR17
6. 1.75/1.5 Comptech springs
7. Nope.

Wanted my TL-P to be better looking and yet within specs as this is my daily driver.
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Went back to stock. ('98 - '00 Accord V6 coupe rims)
16x6.5
+55
225/55/16
Yokohama AVS ES100
Not drop - maybe later H&R OE or Comptech
No rub




*That's not my car, just a pic from the Japanese Honda site, but looks like it though.
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1. Brand of Rim - Katana Belagio (Giovana Corsica knockoff)
2. Rim size - 18x7.5
3. Offset - 45
4. Brand of tire - Michelin Pilot Sport A/S
5. Tire size - 225/40zr18
6. Drop amount - HR Sport
7. Do they rub. - Left rear did until I folded in the wheel well tabs, nothing afterwards.
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Re: Post Specs Here......

Originally posted by adamyankee
Why doesn't everyone post their
1.Brand of Rim
2.Rim size
3.Offset
4.Brand of tire
5.Tire size
6.Drop amount
7.Do they rub.

Mille Miglia HT3's - Carbon Grey Finish
17X8
45mm
Michelin Pilot Sport A/S
235/45/17
Comptech Drop
They rubbed in back until I cut off the little tabs on the inner part of the bumper. The back still rubs with 2+ people in the back seat over a moderate bump. The front rubs very very slightly when taking a hard turn. Overall, stick with the 7" version of this wheel, or Coilover's which allow you to raise the car up a little.
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I think the combination of +45MM and 235 are a death sentence to eternal rubbing.
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1. Brand of Rim - Dazz Matiz a.k.a Intensive Hunk
2. Rim size - 18X8
3. Offset - 48
4. Brand of tire - Toyo Proxes FZ4 (225/40)
6. Drop Amount - H&R Sport Springs
7. Do they rub - Yes without cutting the bumper tab, just cut it, and i'll update on how it goes.
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1.Brand of Rim - Konig Appeals
2.Rim size - 17x7 (18.2lbs)
3.Offset - 45
4.Brand of tire - Toyo Proxes T1-S
5.Tire size - 225/45/17
6.Drop amount - Comptech Springs
7.Do they rub. - so far only on very harsh dips, but very little when it does.

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1) Brand of rim: Konig Imagine

2) Rim size: 18x7 1/2

3) Offset: 45

4) Brand of tire: Yokahama AVS ES 100

5) Tire size: 225/40/18

6) Drop amount: H&R sport

7) Do they rub: Nope

I was going to get a set of nice 3pc 19's but we are buying a house, so it was this inexpensive set up or nothing at all.
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5Zigen Heidfeld HyperBlack Finish
17 x 7.5
48+ Offset
Toyo Proxes Fz4
225-45-17

No low rider look, No rub
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Revised:

1: Brand of Rim: Racing Hart 2 Piece CR Wheels

2: Rim Size: 19*7.5 Front 19*8.5 Rear

3: 51+ Offset

4: Tires 225-35-19 Falen Zien Front 235-35-19 Falken Zien Rear

5: Rubing: none what so ever on my Eibach pro Kit, corners like a pro....
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1.Brand of Rim
2.Rim size
3.Offset
4.Brand of tire
5.Tire size
6.Drop amount
7.Do they rub.

Enkei Aegis
19*8.5
+44
Falken
235/35/19
Ground Control Drop
Nope, even on hard braking, cornering, etc...
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1. CLS
2. 17x7
3. ?
4. Dunlop SP9000
5. 225/45/17
6. Comptech 1.75F .75R
7. No
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2002 Acura 3.5 RL
1) Brand of rim: TrafficStar DTM

2) Rim size: 19x7.5

3) Offset: 53

4) Brand of tire: Toyo Proxes FZ4

5) Tire size: 235/35/19

6) Drop amount: 1.8"

7) Do they rub: Don't know yet, rims have not come in yet (2 more weeks), shouldn't though

2000 TL
1) Brand of rim: MOMO Quasar II

2) Rim size: 18x7.5

3) Offset: 45

4) Brand of tire: Continental sport contact

5) Tire size: 225/45/18

6) Drop amount: none, H&R OE coming soon

7) Do they rub: nope
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Quasar II? Those were the wheels I was considering gettin' before I settled on my Work wheels... do you have pics?
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on the TL, nope, just on my RL
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Mille Miglia HT3's - Carbon Grey Finish
17X8
45mm
Michelin Pilot Sport A/S
235/45/17
Comptech Drop
They rubbed in back until I cut off the little tabs on the inner part of the bumper. The back still rubs with 2+ people in the back seat over a moderate bump. The front rubs very very slightly when taking a hard turn. Overall, stick with the 7" version of this wheel, or Coilover's which allow you to raise the car up a little.
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shoofing'TL, did ur wheels clear the fender on the outside, wut i mean is will the top of the tire hit the body panel?
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1) Brand of rim: Motegi MR7

2) Rim size: 18 by 7.5

3) Offset: +45

4) Brand of tire: Falken Ziex ZE512

5) Tire size: 235/40/18

6) Drop amount: None

7) Do they rub: no rubbing except going over big bumps fast
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Do the wheels rub?
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NO, they haven't rubbed yet, but i think they will with more than 2 ppl seated at the back.
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Brand of rim : SSR Vienna Sovereign

Size of rim : 19 x 8

Offset : +49

Tire brand : Toyo Proxes T1-S

Tire size : 235/35/19

Drop amount : Comptech / Koni Yellows

Do they rub : Not at all
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Brand of Rim: Ace Monaco

Size of rim : 17x7.5

Offset : +44

Tire brand : Sumitomo HTRs

Tire size : 215/50/17

Drop amount : Comptech / Tokico Blue

Do they rub : Yes, when I have people in the back. I trimmed the fender tabs but they still rub. I was running 225/45/17s before but I wanted to try and regain some of the stock ride.

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2 Questions:
1) Can anyone tell me how I can roll my fenders?
2) Does anyone know how to alleviate rubbing in the front?
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