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CeLlYgT04
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Feb 18, 9:15pm - #106343 
Please help with my rim size!

I am just about to order my new rims. I have decided on the Motegi FF7, they just came out, and look sweet!

Which would be better for my celi!?

215-35-18

OR

225-40-18

Thanks guys! I'll post pics of everything when I get everything put on, and my digital camera! thumbsup

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trog2233
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Feb 18, 9:17pm - #106344 
i have 215/35/18 on mine...heres a pic

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v3n0m
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Feb 18, 9:18pm - #106345 
215-35 is more for lookes, it gives you that really low profile

225-40 is less expensive & will give better performance

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Sultan
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Feb 19, 12:05am - #106346 
225/40/18

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SilverGT
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Feb 19, 1:49am - #106347 
Originally Posted by trog2233
i have 215/35/18 on mine...heres a pic


trog ur car is tight man

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Immo
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Feb 19, 3:00am - #106348 
Go with 225/40 for a more comfy ride.
They will fill up your wheel wells better too, but if your car is lowered you might not need that.

Check my profile, I've got 225/40/18's

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Feb 19, 3:41am - #106349 
Why not get a 225/ 35/ 18?? I have them for my car quite like the look. It will also be very close to the stock overall diameter!

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JBing
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Feb 19, 1:33pm - #106350 
if you dont have a drop get the 40, I had 35's w/o a drop and it didnt look right. Too much gap


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Feb 19, 1:49pm - #106351 
i have 225/35/18 on my car...with a drop..they look perfect..


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Feb 19, 6:35pm - #106352 
I think 40's look better...look at Darren's (RicePowered) celica...he has 18's with 40's.


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CeLlYgT04
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Feb 19, 9:25pm - #106353 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
I think 40's look better...look at Darren's (RicePowered) celica...he has 18's with 40's.


40s it is guys...Thanks for everyone's input thumbsup

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