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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclopathic View Post
    Lol looks like he is looking for new wheels.
    I run 13" Civic VX wheels on mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by hatchbackkid82 View Post
    Just curious if the wheels from my Integra will fit, lol.
    Yes, Teggys use the same bolt pattern and center bore.

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclopathic View Post
    yes, offset 45
    The offset isn't nearly as important as backspacing. Offset is the distance of the hub from the center of the wheel. You can have the same offset, but different backspacing on two different wheels, depending on the width. Too much backspace results in contact with the wheelwell or suspension components.


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    Mine are 15x6.5" 4x100 with a +38 offset (HPO). No Hovercraft or Poke. They sit flush with the exterior body of the car. Unless your center bore is the exact size you will need hub centric rings. They normally come with newly purchased wheels and any shop will know to order them

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclopathic View Post
    yes, offset 45
    46 actually. the oem alloy rim in the US is 14x4.5 46 offset with a 4x100 bolt pattern.

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    I'm looking to go with a wider wheel and tire...anyone know how wide you can go without rubbing the wheel well during turning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirager View Post
    ...how wide you can go without rubbing the wheel well during turning?
    Check out THIS thread. 185-55-15s on the proper 15x6.5" wheels will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirager View Post
    I'm looking to go with a wider wheel and tire...anyone know how wide you can go without rubbing the wheel well during turning?
    After asking everyone on here and a few shops, the widest I dared to go was 185/55 on 15x.6.5" wheels. No rubbing

    I may try 195/45 next just because S drive tires are cheap in that size and just alter my driving to not turn lock to lock lol...

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    They just don't make a good tire, that is made to work with the narrow width, of the Mirage's Stock Wheel(s)...
    Last edited by HitShane; 06-16-2016 at 05:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitShane View Post
    Mine are 15x6.5" 4x100 with a +38 offset (HPO). No Hovercraft or Poke. They sit flush with the exterior body of the car. Unless your center bore is the exact size you will need hub centric rings. They normally come with newly purchased wheels and any shop will know to order them
    I just found these on Craigslist: https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/h...850668040.html
    which I believe to be these: https://www.gomiata.com/kok1tssi14.html
    which states:
    * Size: 14x6
    * Offset: 38mm
    * Backspacing: 4.92"
    * Bolt Pattern: 4-100
    They're from a Civic, so they should have the same 56.1mm bore. I want to use my stock steelies for winter and put the skinny Enasaves on the Koseis. Can anyone give me an idea of what that offset/counterbore would look like on my 2018?



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