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RP137 Apr 27, 9:08pm - #13888 

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The 18 Inch Subzero's only come with a 48 offset. They are 18 by 17.5, w/ 5 lugs. Will they fit our celica's.

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Kim Apr 27, 11:40pm - #13889 
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i've heard that the 5zigen FN-01R tims fit the celica, they come 17 inch with 48 offset so i would guess that they would fit the celica.

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RP137 Apr 27, 11:41pm - #13890 

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thanx for your help kim

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RicePowered Apr 28, 12:38am - #13891 
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Quote:
Originally posted by RP137:
The 18 Inch Subzero's only come with a 48 offset. They are 18 by 17.5, w/ 5 lugs. Will they fit our celica's.
i think you will rub when you turn confused not 100% sure though
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RP137 Apr 28, 1:43am - #13892 

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will it rub on a simple turn, like every day driving or you mean like on a full circle turn. Also I heard that there is like 3mm spacers for eclipses so that the Rota cover fits, that should push out right?

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i heard that you shouldn't go more than +42 and use no more than 3mm spacers to get that
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RP137 Apr 28, 1:51am - #13894 

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you think even when it comes back to 45 after the spacers it still wont be fine. I really don't care if it rubs on a full circle turn, only if it will be rubbing on normal driving. My car isn't dropped or anything.

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