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16x8 0 offset or?

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  1. 4drz

    4drz New Member

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    First off i a newbie here so go easy Lol i have 2000 civic ex sedan lowered on skunk2 springs i believe a total of a 2" drop all around im looking to get the xxr 531s just wondering what the ideal offset and tire size would be im thinking either 15x8 or 16x8 i dont mind rolling fenders if needed snd not too much neg camber


    Thanks
     
  2. Bobby_ej6

    Bobby_ej6 New Member

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    I recently got 16x8 +20 offset 205/45/16 tires but I'm looking at getting 195/45/16
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  3. 4drz

    4drz New Member

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    Looks pretty good did you have to roll your fenders or do any camber?
     
  4. Bobby_ej6

    Bobby_ej6 New Member

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    This is stock camber and yes I rolled them
     
  5. Aldwin.

    Aldwin. New Member

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    +20 to +25 is ideal for you guys. With +0, you'll need to run -6 or -7 rear camber to clear them.
     
  6. 4drz

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    Thanks for the advice guys will share pics once i get rims on it
     


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