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Nov 28, 7:01pm - #337661 
Question about Wheels

Ok I am getting new wheels for my GT what Size are the stock 10 spoke and What is the max size and depth i can put on it

I was looking at somw 18X7.5 but that might be to big

or I was looking at some17X7.5


Thanks in advance


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Nov 28, 7:23pm - #337662 
18's are perfect for the Celica. I wouldn't go more than 19x8 myself.

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Nov 28, 7:25pm - #337663 
i saw a guy with 19x8.5 with 35 series tires and TRD suspension and had no rub anywhere...i'm sure that's about the absolute biggest you can go

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Nov 28, 8:30pm - #337664 
Originally Posted by sbocaj55

i saw a guy with 19x8.5 with 35 series tires and trd suspension and had no rub anywhere...i'm sure that's about the absolute biggest you can go
lol, actually i have 19x8.5 in the front and 19x9.5 in the rear and I think thats the ABSOLUTE biggest without a widebody imo..18's and 19's fit perfect, but if you go 19's go with 235/35/19 even with a drop you wont rub

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Nov 28, 8:45pm - #337665 
Originally Posted by qt1ncelica
Originally Posted by sbocaj55
i saw a guy with 19x8.5 with 35 series tires and trd suspension and had no rub anywhere...i'm sure that's about the absolute biggest you can go
lol, actually i have 19x8.5 in the front and 19x9.5 in the rear and I think thats the ABSOLUTE biggest without a widebody imo..18's and 19's fit perfect, but if you go 19's go with 235/35/19 even with a drop you wont rub
Yes, that is definitely the biggest you could go with the 7th Gen.

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Nov 28, 10:37pm - #337666 
I thought 19's was the biggest you could go too. Then I seen Trial stuff 20's on his Celica. Now THOSE are some big wheels.

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