Wheel n tire fitment

HatchBoy
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Wheel n tire fitment

Postby HatchBoy » Thu Jul 11, 2013 2:20 am

I'm thinking a set of 15x8 et 15 or 15x7 et 20 with 195/50/15 tires
Will they cause any rubbing? depends how how they go, I might go stagger fit
any ideas fellas?! :roll:

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HASport AE86
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Re: Wheel n tire fitment

Postby HASport AE86 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 3:09 pm

positive offset on a corolla? Get that crap out of here. Lets throw your skirt and purse away *toss* and talk about some decent sizes.

Mild:
14x7 -9 Konig Rewinds
Classic wheel, $100/ea new, mild mannered but still sporty.

More aggressive:
15x9 0 or -15 Rotas
Rota has the Hayashi Racing CR knock off and the Volk TE37V knock off in decent sizes. Cheap, good offset.
14x9 -15 or 15x9 zero or -15 offset requires some fender rolling but looks great

14 or 15x8 -15 looks good for stock fenders, little to no rolling.
SSR, Volk, Wats, etc etc you're looking at $400/ea. It sorts the men from the broke men.

Back up big swinging d!ck coming through:
14x10 or 15x10-30 SSR, Volk, Watanabe, etc
N2 sizing, needs fender flares or a wide body kit. At this point wheels under 9" will feel like spares. You have become Brazzers wheel whore with POV shots on MotorMavens.

If you see any wheel with a Positive offset, stay away. That is for peasants. You are better than that.
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Re: Wheel n tire fitment

Postby DatGuy217 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 3:50 pm

Haha this^^^

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Re: Wheel n tire fitment

Postby MisterJerk » Mon Jul 15, 2013 12:41 pm

HASport AE86 wrote:positive offset on a corolla? Get that crap out of here. Lets throw your skirt and purse away *toss* and talk about some decent sizes.

Mild:
14x7 -9 Konig Rewinds
Classic wheel, $100/ea new, mild mannered but still sporty.

More aggressive:
15x9 0 or -15 Rotas
Rota has the Hayashi Racing CR knock off and the Volk TE37V knock off in decent sizes. Cheap, good offset.
14x9 -15 or 15x9 zero or -15 offset requires some fender rolling but looks great

14 or 15x8 -15 looks good for stock fenders, little to no rolling.
SSR, Volk, Wats, etc etc you're looking at $400/ea. It sorts the men from the broke men.

Back up big swinging d!ck coming through:
14x10 or 15x10-30 SSR, Volk, Watanabe, etc
N2 sizing, needs fender flares or a wide body kit. At this point wheels under 9" will feel like spares. You have become Brazzers wheel whore with POV shots on MotorMavens.

If you see any wheel with a Positive offset, stay away. That is for peasants. You are better than that.



This right here should be stickied.

TIL: Positive Offset = Bundle of Sticks.

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