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Old 04-14-2012, 05:37 PM   #1
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Default Rim/Offset questions?

I'm sorry for asking this, as i feel it's been asked before. I tried to search, but cannot find the information i require.

I am unsure of the correct offset for a 1999 Honda Civic Se Sedan (4 door). I'm searching, and will post again here if i find it.


Would a 15 inch rim with these specs fit the car?

Wheel Diameter: 15.00 in /
Wheel Width: 7.00 in
Bolt Pattern1: 4-100 mm
Bolt Pattern 2: 4-114.3 mm
Hub Bore: NA
Offset: 40.00 mm
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Yes it will fit. What is your suspension setup?
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Yes it will fit. What is your suspension setup?
I knew I forgot to mention something

For now - its stock
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then your fine man. irc the factory offset for civics is 40 that or 42. hell since your still at stick height you could run a 0 offset rim if you wanted to, it'd look gay as f*** though lol
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Like Speedy said, since you're at stock height, they'll fit fine.

The only thing that you may be an issue is hub bore. If it's too small, the wheel wont sit flush to the hub. If it's too big, you should get hub centric rings.
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