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syko_gts Jun 28, 2:16pm - #210329 

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18s or 19s? What fits? What works?

I'm looking to get either a set of 18s or 19s? I'm looking at some Axis Mod Sevens with the Maxis lip. What size works and what modifications are needed? Opinions?

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19 inch rims are really pushing it...those are the biggest you can get...i would go with 18 for a little smoother ride... grin

im getting 18 thumbsup
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booyaolian Jun 28, 2:29pm - #210331 
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MptGlw69 Jun 28, 6:41pm - #210332 
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Get 18's. 19's look the best IMO, but are a little excessive.
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SiLvErGt2001 Jun 28, 10:19pm - #210333 

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18 inch is cool enough bro... thumbsup
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celicat23 Jun 30, 9:11am - #210334 

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19's!!!!!

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_1870049095_0_collapsed_5__1.html

That's 8,5x19 all around with 235/35 rubber. No scrubbing, no work done on the fenders.
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ghostingcelica Jun 30, 10:07am - #210335 
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yea i think 19's would be a little too heavy too
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Lark Jun 30, 3:10pm - #210336 
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if its a daily driver... 18s

you pay too much for some nice 19s why risk bending them?



if you still want a set of 19s heres what mine look like with a TRD drop
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GT2111 Jun 30, 3:20pm - #210337 
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18's! They Still Have A Pretty Good Ride. With A Drop They Look Even Better. Good Price and They Will Look Nice, You'll Drive Abit Smoother Too! wave


Here's Mine With 18's - (note) Don't Have A Drop Yet. Will Look Alot Better With Drop thumbsup
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JBing Jun 30, 4:32pm - #210338 

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19's you could go, 235/35 all around w/ as big as a 35+ offset, or go w/ 235/35, 35+ fr & a 245 or 255 rear w/ a 37-40 offset and get the stagered look. Regardless get as lip'd rim they really look nice thumbsup

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OBi3 Jun 30, 5:42pm - #210339 

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I am a big fan of the MR7's...Basic yet eye catching still...I am planning on getting 18's thumbsup

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ravertony Jun 30, 5:52pm - #210340 
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off topic: car is nice Lark thumbsup thumbsup
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syko_gts Jul 12, 1:04pm - #210341 

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roughly how much did it run you guys for 18" tires? 19"s?

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