1. Michal006

    Michal006 Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    PA
    Vehicle Model:
    Tacoma TRD Sport 4x4 6MT
    Body Style:
    Access Cab
    You should really talk to Nix he can help you out when it comes to wheels and tires. Don't be afraid to pm him.
     
  2. fb6danny

    fb6danny Cutting corners.

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    Location:
    Houston
    Vehicle Model:
    Honda
    Body Style:
    Civic Si
    Depends how low you go you might rub / hit the strut atlesst that's how it was for a buddy of mine he drove an fb6 but he was on 245 40 same offset and size
     
  3. derekfriedrice

    derekfriedrice Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    Mesa, Arizona
    Vehicle Model:
    Civic Si
    Body Style:
    Coupe
    I was rubbing on the stock 225/40's when I dropped it, you might be able to get away with trimming the fender liner or tucking it over the tabs
     
  4. The Ghost

    The Ghost New Member

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    Location:
    Texas
    Vehicle Model:
    Civic Si (Fg4) - GTX3076R
    Old thread, but looking for pics of the 17x9 +45. I want to know if it still retains the "flat" face that the +35 has, as well as what it looks like from the profile.

    Thanks!
     
  5. webby
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    It’s flat. The 9” wide is what dictates it being flat faced. The 8.5” and narrower versions are not flat.
     
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