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Rim suggestions for 1992 civic hatchback

Discussion in '5th Generation Honda Civic (1992-1995)' started by Fondatron3000, Sep 17, 2017.



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  1. Fondatron3000

    Fondatron3000 New Member

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    I'm looking for 16s but I need suggestions bc so far all i can find is one set that I REALLY like. I'm looking for something a lil flashy. Anyways these are the ones I like [​IMG]
    This is the car they will go on [​IMG]
     
  2. SD_760

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    GO WITH SOME REAL ROTAS!!!!!!
     
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  3. Mr.Baker

    Mr.Baker Mr. Search Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    Find pics of wheels you like and choose.
    By all means, spend money on good tires too, stay away from Pep Boys specials, Like Fuzion....

    What wheels?
    If you're going to ask questions and share pics, you need to learn how to post pictures.
    It's 2017, this can be looked up, if not, see your other thread.
    We can't help if we can't see what you're talking about.
     
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  4. civteck

    civteck Respected

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    Lets see if my pic works... 15" ls webs in the front with falken azenis and 16" rears with 305/40/16[​IMG]

    Sent from my boujea ass phone
     
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  5. Fondatron3000

    Fondatron3000 New Member

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    This had been up for a while, as I told u on the other one I didn't know how to post pictures so obviously this isn't going to have working pics

    I like the rears, what kind are they? And how much were they?

    I googled them and they're okay lol Ig
     
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  6. lethal6

    lethal6 Das Auto! Staff Member Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member

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    I ran fuzions for years on my civic. Nothing wrong with them for the money. We put them on a lot of our used off brand cars at work. Better than the cheap crap the used car manager wants us to run to save money.

    Depends on what you want out of the tires though. It's a very broad topic. Now I run DWS06 in the summer and hakkapeliitta in the winter.
     
  7. civteck

    civteck Respected

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    They are hokuto racing hiryu i believe, dont quote me on the spelling. I paid 1300 delivered with bfg's euro t/a's but that was back in 98 when it was on my B swapped 88 Accord

    Sent from my boujea ass phone
     
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  8. Fondatron3000

    Fondatron3000 New Member

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  9. civteck

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    Full set, but the rubber bands up front do nothing for traction, the falkens are not much better no traction till deep 3rd gear

    Sent from my boujea ass phone
     
  10. Mr.Baker

    Mr.Baker Mr. Search Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    It would if you went back and edited your original post.
     


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