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15x8 0 offset on a civic

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by HellaFlushHonda, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. HellaFlushHonda

    HellaFlushHonda New Member

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    Anyone out there running 15\16x8 0 offset wheels on your civic? Any pics? I'm looking at getting some for my '95 civic & am wondering if I'll need camber kits or if I can get away with just massive fender rolling.
     
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    add flares.

    im running 16x8 with some strange offset, they rub the fenders even after rolling and hammering out. adding flares. 00 mirage... but the offset between our cars, stock, is the same.
     
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    it'll look like shit.. dont need to run such an aggressive offset
     
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    im running a 10 offset on 15x8 and it sits nice, i rolled the fenders, and got the rear camber kit with some new lca's
     
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    My brother got 15x8 with 0 offset on his ef sedan he did fender roll and cambered it. So it b best.
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    thanks for sharing
     
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    0 offset isnt even flush. its beyond the fenders of a civic. it looks like shit if you ask me.
     
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    hellagay
     
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    hatukazi ambitious...but rubbish

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    offset question


    is it rubbing on the fenders because of the offset or because the car is too low? because i could sacrifice a little height for a cool offset.
     
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    I ran 17x8 sportmaxs on my 2000 civic, the fenders weren't rolled and it was stock ride height. It didn't rub unless I had people in the back, and if the inner lip of my rear quarters had been rolled it would not have rubbed at all. Plus the tires were a hair oversized for the car. Unfortunately I'm not sure of what offset mine were, I would need to measure them. 0 offset sounds like a bad idea, and if they stick out past the quarters they look like hell, but I do like a wider wheel and done right it looks killer!
     
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