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New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

well i posted on the recommended rim and tire thread but have gotten no feed back and im really eager to get my wonderful lude up and running and on some new shoes even thou i really adore my 5spoke kazera but they are cracked and its time for a change. So hopefully the start of a new thread will get a few fellow luders attention. so no need to reiterate what i previously said ill just give a quick copy and paste along with a few additional comments.

I really have my heart set on a pair of 17x8 wheels with a 48mm offset. Before anyone starts barking at me about this issue being covered trust me i have done my research.This isnt my first walk in the park. I recently joined Preludezone because i was unable to obtain a decent answer on PP and prelude online. Anyway i found this post and im wondering if it is accurate information or some1 just talking out their rear. (post i found is in red)

"I dont want to make anyone think that im trying to force my opinion on anyone, because it is exactly that... my opinion. But judging from the majority of my friends in sfpoa (as it used to be called ) the trend is the more meat, the cooler and safer you are. runnin 35 series tires on 18 and 19 inch wheels is too 00s. its the new decade, ppl like lightweight, wide wheels with average to acceptable diameters ( 15-17 honda, 15-18 nissan, toyota, muscle) and meaty tires.

For example: the best *and sexiest* setup for a prelude is 1 to 3 inch drops, 16 or 17s with 8 inch width. +45 or +48 offset (ET) and a 235/40 or 245 series max tire (dunlop star specs, NT05, RT-615, RS-3)

If you take a 17 x 8 with 48 ET and a 235/40 direzza star spec, you will have no rubbing issues unless you take a large bump and hit bottom or perform a suspension drop of 2.1" or more. Thankfully, Rota makes many model wheels in 17x8 +48. with a 225/45 or 235/40, you will fill out your fenders very well, gain exceptional grip and handling, and lose about 3 mpgs due to drag (larger footprint).

some inexpensive options for wheels are TR Motorsports MT1, O.Z. Crono HT or Ultraleggeras, Enkei RPF1, Motegi Tracklites, TSW Trackstar 5 (according to a friend of mine on SRT-4 forums, 17.5 lbs for 17x8)"



^ As i said this above post was posted on another site. I would actually like to do the 235/40/17 tire which would give it the meaty look and fill out the wheel well. I really would not want to roll the fenders and trim the inner wells if i dont have too. If this would cause rubbing i would be willing to sacrifice a 235 for a 215. I would hate to have to do this because it would make the 8in width of the rim useless as this wider rim and a 235 tire will give the car better grip and handling but i understand i will be sacrificing MPG because of the larger "footprint". The 235 will also give me and my new wheels a little better protection with the width and sidewall aspect ratio as i previously had 215/35/18 with kazera kz-b's and have seen the consequences of such a low sidewall aspect ratio. So supposedly because of the 48mm offset these wheels should fit but i just cant trust the above with out a few others suggestions. Any advice on this issue would be greatly appreciated. I might also add that my lude is dropped on skunk 2 coilovers (1.5in) and tokico illumina series suspension.

also as i am new to Preludezone i have taken the liberty to load up a couple albums so you guys can appreciate and check out the ride. I might soon start up my own thread as im sure some of you will really appreciate all the modifications and the cleanness of my lude. truly stunning INO. for your time, hope to hear soon some feed back and response.
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

mine 215/45/17 offset 40 rubber little bit, I had to cut little bit from rear bumper's inside corners

235 could be too wide tire size? dont really know

215/35/18 offset ~45-50 no problems

Im lowered something like ~1,5"
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

ya like i said i want to go down to a 17in rim. Love the 18's i had but i think those days are over. 215/35/18 had no rubbing issues but like i said just no protection and i refuse to throw away $500+ on a new set to do the same thing
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

I had 225/45/17 on 17x7 +45 and it rubbed a lot. That was when I was on stock height. I ran 205/45/17 on 17x8.5 +45 without an issue. It was flush with the car too. It's always going to be safer to run the recommended size of 215/45 or maybe 225/40 but anything else wider will probably rub without modifications to your fenders.
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

Last summer I had 17x8.5+35.. With 225/45 neogens. Rubbed quite a bit, but I think the tire size is to blame as the neogens run wide and I did not accommodate that into my decision when purchasing. Oh well haha
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

Put on the size you like with the style you like. When you get to the parking lot and see your car and think, "Damn! That's MY car, and it looks awesome!" then who cares what we think? If it fits and you like how it looks, go with it, then post some pictures so we can see it!
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

Hey I have 17x8 +35 rims with 215/45/17 tires with an 1.5 drop. I love the way they look on my prelude. I used to rub until I got the back rolled. The front rubs the fender liner only on big bumps and when i have a full car other then that it doesnt. I hope this helped you. I can send you pictures through my cell phone if you want.
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

I am currently running 17x8.5 +40 with Nitto NT05 with 235/40/17 with -2 degree of camber. You will need to shave the bumper tab and roll/shave the quarter panel. You also need to roll the front fenders as well. Does not need an aggressive roll/pull but enough to clear that fat tire. Also you may rub from the inside as well. Cambering will be your answer to whether how much shave/roll you may need.
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

i have 215/45/17 17x8 rims and i'm lowerd, no rub. 42 offset though..
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

i have 17x8 on 225/45/17 with 45 offset and trying to go back down like 1.5, so is this saying i can?
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

i autocross with my 16x8 +20 offset rims with 225/50/16 ADVAN A048 Yokohama's Track & Competition DOT racing tire. my car sits just above the tire and i've had no rubbing issues with the mild fender roll and i had to shave and move the rear tabs but other than that i'm all good, no rubbing issues


i know you're talking about 17s but the offset of my rims make up for that and the fact that im running true meaty tires also cover the question about how wide the tires can be. but there are also a few things to consider, all tire companies have different profile measurements. The best example i can give is Yokohama/hankook compared to any other tire. they have a softer side wall and also there profiles are smaller than other companies. like i can run a 50 series tire and it looks like a 45, borderline 40 series. so sometimes i bump it up to 55 because it looks better. i never was into the whole low pro scene and helaflush because i raced my prelude. but i do like nice fitment.
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

Anybody have 17x9 ??? I know that's Killarney wide, but anyone??
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

Not really plenty of ppl are running 17x9, I've got them in the rear of mine with no problems and EBPLudeSH is running them on all four corners.
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Not really plenty of ppl are running 17x9, I've got them in the rear of mine with no problems and EBPLudeSH is running them on all four corners.
I think Brian is (prelude1897) or is going to, he has wheels on back order. justdont know how bad the rub is up front during turns??
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

Thats dependent upon tire sizing and offset. What specs are you looking at getting?
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

I'm on 15x7 +32. No rubbing except my rear bumper because it sits too far forward on that corner. That's on 205/55/15's that have a section width of 8.4" (section width comparable to a 225/40/17 or so.)

17x8 +48 will be extremely weak. If I were to run an 8" wide wheel, I'd shoot for +30mm and roll the fenders.
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Thats dependent upon tire sizing and offset. What specs are you looking at getting?
17x9 offset +25
Varrstoen 17x9 +12

then I have option for 17x8 with +25 +35 or +42

I jsut want to know how bad I would rub when turning or big dips and stuff
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Re: New Wheels 17x8 - 48mm offset (HELP)

17x9 +12 is going to poke out quiiite a bit.
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You'll have to stretch tires with that low of an offset, EBP's setup is 17x9 +45 with 245/40. I'm on 17x9 +35 in the rear with a 215/45 tire. No rubbing other than really really hard bumps with the trunk loaded down. My fenders are rolled with a slight pull and bumper tab relocated.

Check this car out, he's running stuff a little bit more aggressive than a 17x9 +12. You should be able to get a good feel for how much he has rolled and pulled.

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Varrstoen 17x9 +12
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Not really plenty of ppl are running 17x9, I've got them in the rear of mine with no problems and EBPLudeSH is running them on all four corners.
I'm with BB6, 19x8.5 +42 with 245/35 no problems unless you go "offroad" lol

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You'll have to stretch tires with that low of an offset, EBP's setup is 17x9 +45 with 245/40. I'm on 17x9 +35 in the rear with a 215/45 tire. No rubbing other than really really hard bumps with the trunk loaded down. My fenders are rolled with a slight pull and bumper tab relocated.

Check this car out, he's running stuff a little bit more aggressive than a 17x9 +12. You should be able to get a good feel for how much he has rolled and pulled.

http://www.preludepower.com/forums/s...t=#post2916179
Thanks Kevin, I'm a bit worried about the fender roll because I know the passenger front has bondo, I think, so I'm afraid to roll it, but we'll see. I'm planning to purchase in August so just checking everything lol
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Not really plenty of ppl are running 17x9, I've got them in the rear of mine with no problems and EBPLudeSH is running them on all four corners.
I have 17x9 +24 all around.
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