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Weasel
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Dec 19, 9:35am - #354684 
Rims for Christmas...Question

Well...for chirstmas hopefully i am going to be getting this rims. They are ALT Wheels 298-X Factor. They are 18 x 7.5. I plan on getting a size 40 side wall tires. What with should i get (215,225,235 or 245) Will these fit my celica with out any problem? I really want the 40 sidewall instead of the 35. If i go with the 40 will i have any problems. Please reply asap cause i want to order these soon. Also as far as offsets go what offset should i go with. I can't seem to find anywhere that says what offsets i can get. But if you can find a place that tells me let me know. here is the link to the picture http://www.victoriatire.com/wheels.html?...odel%5D&size=17


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Dec 19, 9:36am - #354685 
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Dec 19, 11:25am - #354686 
Sorry cant help you much about the sizing, i have 35's on mine with sportlines and no rubbing, but that doesnt help much. Rims look good though!!


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Dec 19, 2:13pm - #354687 
Can anyone else help?


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Dec 19, 4:51pm - #354688 
If you want a 40 series then get 225/40/18 tires. They're just a little bit thicker than 215/35/18, which is better IMO because then you have less of a chance of bending them. thumbsup

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Dec 19, 6:20pm - #354689 
Thanks mptglw69...is 225 in milimeters? so it be 22.5 cm or am i missing that completely?


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Dec 19, 6:24pm - #354690 
Yes, it's in millimeters.

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Dec 19, 9:17pm - #354691 
go 225 40's for your 18's

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Dec 20, 5:16am - #354692 
Alright guys thanks for your help!


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