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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-15-2016, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
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1994 Acura Integra LS (Wheel Help)

Hello my name is now I had a 1994 Acura Integra LS for the last few months. And everything on the vehicle is pretty much stock. I'd like to get new rims and tires for the vehicle. But I've been having troubles. I have chosen the 2 products down below pictures provided. I need to know if somebody is willing to take a minute out of there today and help me. Currently, on the vehicle there is the 14 inch steelies with the hubcaps. the vehicle is not lowered it is at stock height. Basically, what I'm asking is are these rims and tires compatible with my vehicle. Will I experience rubbing? Would I have to roll the fenders? Would i have to buy spacers? The rims I chosen are for it are 4 by 100 and they are also 15 inches in diameter and 8 inches in width. They also have a 25 MM offset. is the diameter or the with of this room for this vehicle simply too big? The tires I have chosen for this vehicle are Toyo Proxes T1R performance radial tires. They are 195/45R15 78V. Someone please help with experience. I just need to know if these items will work with my vehicle. and if they do what altercations will have I have to male to my fenders such as rolling? Thank you in advance have a great day. -Noah
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From a little research I find that stock offset is +45mm. A stock GS-R wheel is 15"x6", so if you go to an 8" wheel with +25mm offset, the outer edge of your wheel is going to extend almost 2" out compared to stock. Check out this offset calculator but keep in mind that the tire width must also be considered.

Wheel Offset Calculator | 1010Tires.com Discount Online Tire and Wheel Store

With that tire size, you would be better off with a 7" wheel and you should try to maintain an offset close to stock, 45mm.

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