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Old 03-29-10, 02:23 PM
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Thumbs up Post Pics of your FD Wheel Fitment!!

Hey guys lets see some pics of all your wheel fitments
from race spec to drift spec and some hella flush too!!

start off with some pics of mine:

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Might help if you also listed your specs so others can use them as a reference for their own wheel shopping/decisions.
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^ agreed
are those 18's or 19's? those look sweet!
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What about monster truck fitment? Hahaha god I need suspension to lower the car:
Work Meister s1 3pc
19x9.5 +23
19x10.5 +24

Gunmetal 19" BBS LM's coming soon.
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Old 03-29-10, 05:39 PM
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i'll contribute since i've gone through a few set of wheels

SSR COMP-H 19x9.5 +45 with a 20mm spacer and 19x10.5 +43 with a 25mm spacer 275/30/19 and 245/35/19

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Works Meisters sp1 19x9.5 +24 and 19x10.5 +23 with 285/35/19 and 255/35/19 ( none monster truck fitment like Bryan) lol

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Advan RZ 18x9 +25 and 18x10 +25 285/35/18 and 255/35/18

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CCW Classics 18x11.5 (fuckedup fitment) 18x11 (unknown offset) 315/35/18 and 285/30/18

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CCW Classics drag wheels 16x10.5 unknown offset 16x5.5

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Wow bewtew our cars look exactly the same except I have a Scoote hood. I've never seen your car on the board before but you have excellent taste.
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curacao has 20's believe it or not,
here's my two set ups,
old set up on the old car: 18x8.5 +40 245/40/18 and 18x9.5 +35 275/40/18 ADR M-classics
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new set up on the new car: not sure wheel sizes, but the tires are 235/something/17 and 275/something/17, OZ Mito 2 pieces
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Originally Posted by stevexk View Post
^ agreed
are those 18's or 19's? those look sweet!
oo good point...unless the person who is going with my fitment is gona seriously roll the front fenders its gona rub like hell!!! lol

the fitment on this photoshoot was 20x8.5 front, and 20x10 rear...its actually fitment for the new Lexus IS, but we were bored at the shop one day and decided to throw em on my car cus we were curious and it turned out beautiful
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i guess i might as well post..

17x9.5 +12 235/45/17 front and back
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then i added a 7mm spacer on the back so it went from +12 to +5 on the 9.5

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so much shiny in one place. My shiny appetite has been satisfied.
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keep posting guys i wana see some crazy stuff
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My Old 19 inch set up.
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I sold them to get my 18's
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Then I sold that set of 18's, to get a set of 18 S1's. I dont have pics of the new wheels on the car, but its pretty crazy to say the least.
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your wheel fitment is always crazy bruce and sick lookin
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well thank you =)
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damnnnn good **** bruce!!! nastyy set up thats wut i'm talkin about hella flush...get more ppl to post up
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Originally Posted by Supastar Bruce View Post

I sold them to get my 18's


specs???
thanks!
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Bruce, post up the new wheels!!
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damn hot stuff guys so jealous you can stuff such a wide tire under the stock body compared to a fc.
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nice flushness
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i won't be posting anything on this thread for a while but liking what i see
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Racing Hart Type C Tracers, 18x8.5 +35 front with 235/40/18 and 18x9.5 +41 rear with 265/35/18.



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Volk CE28N in diamond black17x8.5 +30 255/40 all around. Front needed a roll.

Gotta love being able to rotate tires :P

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damn some nice pics in here... one day ill get some wheels and contribute
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Work Meister S1's 2 piece
Front -18x8.5 +10 (Tires 225/40/18)
Rear - 18x9.5 +9 (Tires 245/40/18)

prob throw a spacer up front just to flush it out a little...


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^ Wow man, is that stock body? My favorite setup right there...
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