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WTB: ZZE 123 Toyota Corolla Sportivo 16" Alloy Wheel with Tyre, or just Tyre. 2003 - 2005 Model. If you have the spare unused unit (maybe your spare?) with the Bridgestone ER30 195/55R16 I will be interested in buying it. Alternatively I an looking for used Bridgestone ER30 195/55R16 or Bridgestone ER300 195/55R16 with at least 90% tread. Please PM me.
Hi guys, Been searching the forums but haven't quite found the answer to my question, any help and experiences is much appreciated. Of course like lots of us I want to push the limits of the wheels :D , I'm not looking for the biggest wheels but lowest possible offset for stance whilst staying flush with the fender. Car: 2008 ZR6 Wheel setup I'm looking at: 19 x 8.5inch with +30 offset Coilovers will be used and yes will want to lower as much as possible I guess my first question is: On concave wheels, does lowering the offset mean that the spokes are pulled inwards on a sharper angle or do they stay the same. Do I need wider rims to create the angle instead? This was posted to me: http://www.customwheeloffset.com/wheel-offset-gallery/241/wheel-offset-2009-toyota-camry-flush-dropped-1-3%22-custom-rims These are 19 x 9.5inch wheels with +40 offset Could someone confirm that by me saving 25mm in width of the wheel, means I can add +10mm to offset. I figure that the extra inch is split in two (12.5mm) and placed on either side of the rim, so I should be 2.5mm under this. Thanks again for your help everyone. Alex
Hey guys, I recently bought some rims for my 88 celica. I got the correct stud pattern which is 4x100, but proceeded to find that my rims were hitting the brake callipers on the front and back. Now i know spacers can be used, where can you get them cheap?.. but is there an easier way? What is the cheapest option? What should i do, please help.