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Old 07-29-12, 09:03 PM
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WedsSport SA67R 19x9 +35 245/3519 and 19x10 +42 275/3019
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Old 07-29-12, 10:26 PM
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Nice shots , i guess Namster did a great job again , Sweet rims Gene
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Old 07-30-12, 06:28 AM
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^^^Looks good. Your ride got me thinking about the SA67Rs again. I would love to put gunmetal 18x9 +35 and 18x10 +45 SA67Rs on my car with 255/40ZR18 and 285/35ZR18 Michelin PSS tires. I think that combination would only need minor trimming if any. It would be close though. Unsprung weight should go down a bit too.
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I know this thread is more for posting pictures than asking questions, but I've got a quick question for those of you with aftermarket wheels.

These sizes and offsets generally seem conservative, but I want to make sure they'll clear the stock IS-F brakes and fit without rubbing:
19x8.5 +29 front
19x9.5 +37 rear

I don't want anything that will require me to mod my fenders, run crazy negative camber or use spacers.
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Old 07-30-12, 06:08 PM
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^^^ Yes those would fit fine.
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lils that looks great
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Old 07-31-12, 09:54 AM
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Originally Posted by blitz_714 View Post
No rubbing sir its a perfect drop. I was 1/2 inches lower when i 1st put them in had no gap lolz , i had to raised up a bit .
I don't plan on dropping the car yet. Still running on stock suspension. You think it'd look weird with out a drop?? You're not using any spacers, are you?
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^^^ It wont look weird, it'll just have a stock stance thats all
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Originally Posted by raceism View Post
I don't plan on dropping the car yet. Still running on stock suspension. You think it'd look weird with out a drop?? You're not using any spacers, are you?
No spacers, those are offset for the F nice and flush if u dropped a bit its better for handling , Coils is the way to do it.
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^^^^ thanks for the valuable inputs 2ndGF and blitz_714!!! Ordering the SA67R BLC same offset as blitz_714!!!!! can't wait!!!
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U going to be a happier man
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Old 07-31-12, 02:31 PM
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one more thing @ blitz_714...can I use oem lug nuts and wheel locks for the SA67R's???
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No u cant lolz, its a after market , ask for it and center caps lugs. if u look closely as RXrage7 and mine pic u see it, its goes very well together
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As blitz stated, you can't use the oem lugs. You'll have to use the "tuner" style lugs.
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