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KooL
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Sep 9, 11:23am - #43628 
Will 18's scrape cause any problems? help?

well i'am in the market for some 18 inch rims but will they scrape my car. i have a blitz front with h&r spring. they are only 1 and 1/2 inch drop. any suggestion or experiences would will help me decided between 18 and 17. i want 18 but not if they give me problems on the road. thanks

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Sep 9, 11:33am - #43629 
Nope you will be fine...i have mine droped around 2" and i never scraped yet thumbsup

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Sep 9, 12:28pm - #43630 
Go with 18's not 17's ...
you shouldnt have any problems with 18's thumbsup


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Sep 9, 1:19pm - #43631 
I have 18" and because of a higher sidewall the diameter of the wheel is 2 centimeter bigger than the original diameter. The car is lowered 3 centimeters. Never had any problems.

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Sep 9, 7:39pm - #43632 
17's ok 18's better 19's daaaammmmm 18's are ok on a gts with a blitz fron and 2" drop try to get a 38mm to 40mm offset so it wont sit to far in on the car and run 224/35 18 are the best size for the car and almost a perfect match for stock size. grin


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Sep 10, 4:30am - #43633 
The higher the offset, the farther it will sit in. Depending on whether you have a gt or gts the stock wheel are around 38mm, but you will have to compensate some for the added width of the larger wheels. Mine are 18x7.5, 35mm offset. I want to add 5mm h&r spacers to push them even closer to the rear wells, fronts o.k.

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Sep 10, 9:19am - #43634 
its ok, but it will scrape when you go over deep bumps. cool


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