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'97 model Camry, want to know specs for wheels


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Hey guys, i got a '97 camry/vienta Grande.

Im looking at getting some VOLK TE37's in white.

the current stock wheel is 15 inches, i know that, not sure how wide it is, but i beelive im running a 205/55/15 profile...

Just want to know the stock width's, and offset for it.

Im loking at jdm wheels with specs of 15x7 with a ~30 offset :D

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Hey guys, i got a '97 camry/vienta Grande.

Im looking at getting some VOLK TE37's in white.

the current stock wheel is 15 inches, i know that, not sure how wide it is, but i beelive im running a 205/55/15 profile...

Just want to know the stock width's, and offset for it.

Im loking at jdm wheels with specs of 15x7 with a ~30 offset :D

hey mate if your getting some jap rims atleast get 17s on a camry cause they will look so small on it u can have up to 17*8 with +45 but for me the smallest i would go is 18*8 +45 offset.

sean

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To add to Sean's post, I would be looking at least 17s... if not 18s.

Stud pattern is 5 x 114.3 and stock offset is +45. If you go lower than +40, expect the outside of the tyre to wear on the guard. This of course may change if the tyre's size is possibly thinner or is more rounded so to speak. It also depends on if your car's lowered as well.

If you're going 17s with a +30 offset, I'd be running a 45 profile tyre with possibly a 215 - 220 width tyre. I'm not sure if you're gonna scrape on the wheel guard, but you'd most certainly notice it when going over speed bumps and stuff like that.

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The GTP wheels for the gen 4 Camry are 17x7 with a +42 offset. I originally fitted 235/45/17 and experienced rubbing on the outside edge of the tyre and guard. Now running 225/45/17 which is the recommended size but I did have the guards rolled to stop the rubbing.

There is not really a lot of room in the rear guards but I did have some 18x7.5 +45 offset wheels with 225/45/18 tyres without any issues on for a little while.

Best to keep between +40 to +45 offset and a 7 or 7.5 inch width especially if you want to lower it.

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