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Offline JuneBug

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« on: 08:40:00 PM / 04-Nov-07 »
Alright guys I'd like to see what different size wheels look like on s12's.  Please post a picture of your car and list the type of wheel, the diameter, width, and offset of both the front and rear wheels.  Also state whether you had to roll or pull your fenders to make them fit.

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To keep this clean I will go through and delete any posts that do not have an example of wheel specs. Magnum
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« Reply #1 on: 09:24:47 PM / 04-Nov-07 »
i'll start it off  

its crown vic rims 16x7 with +5 or +6 offset

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« Reply #2 on: 12:30:38 AM / 05-Nov-07 »
Here are a couple I found

15x6.5 +18


16x8 +15

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« Reply #3 on: 12:49:16 AM / 05-Nov-07 »
^thanks

Here's 15x7+0 with I think 195/55 in the front with s13 conversion, s12 lca, and some camber

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« Reply #4 on: 07:45:03 AM / 07-Nov-07 »


15x6.5 +35. Old school rota. don't know what kind. ask henry, maybe he knows. 195/60R15 tires, and barely clear the struts.
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« Reply #5 on: 01:37:26 PM / 07-Nov-07 »
16x8 -10



TX > CA

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« Reply #6 on: 11:25:25 PM / 07-Nov-07 »
front:  17x7 + 37 I think.. maybe.  rnning 215s falkens
rear.  17x9 +35   I tihnk.. running   235 falkens



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« Reply #7 on: 04:54:52 PM / 11-Nov-07 »
1983 datsun 280zx turbo wheels. 14x6 either 0 or +10 offsst.
Stock everything else.
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« Reply #8 on: 10:00:44 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Quote from: rage
16x8 -10



Not trying to grave dig, but these are starion/conquest wheels^^

I have a set (F) 16x7 +XX ® 16x8 -10. I bolted the rear on my 88 200sx se and I cant tell if with rolled fenders, stretch ons, and my already 3 degrees of camber on each side would clear my fenders... Th fronts seem fine, but the rears have me worried?

Any insight?
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« Reply #9 on: 10:03:21 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Quote from: turbomits95
Not trying to grave dig, but these are starion/conquest wheels^^

I have a set (F) 16x7 +XX ® 16x8 -10. I bolted the rear on my 88 200sx se and I cant tell if with rolled fenders, stretch ons, and my already 3 degrees of camber on each side would clear my fenders... Th fronts seem fine, but the rears have me worried?

Any insight?

195/55 and a baby pull would probably be proper
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« Reply #10 on: 10:13:02 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Baby pull? never heard this term? You're saying very lightly pull out the lip of the fenders/1/4s at the top center to adapt the to the wide ass wheels? also, is the tire size a guess/rough shot? or do you know for sure?
« Last Edit: 10:13:31 PM / 30-Mar-08 by turbomits95 »
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« Reply #11 on: 10:17:41 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Rage has 195's on his rear 8J's, and it touches the arch(practically sits on top of the tire). If you pulled it out just slightly, it would be perfect. And by baby, i mean a slight pull of the quarter panel. You'll need to have rolled the lips inward, and then get a roller to pull it out.
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« Reply #12 on: 10:33:03 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Honestly not too sure on the offset or width of these since I did not purchase them....once I find out Ill update...all I know is theyre 17" ADR's



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« Reply #13 on: 10:55:06 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Quote from: asparagus
Rage has 195's on his rear 8J's, and it touches the arch(practically sits on top of the tire). If you pulled it out just slightly, it would be perfect. And by baby, i mean a slight pull of the quarter panel. You'll need to have rolled the lips inward, and then get a roller to pull it out.
Anyway to get pics of his car witht the tires on sitting on the ground? I pm'd him but have no reply and he hasnt been on in 2 weeks.
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« Reply #14 on: 10:58:40 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Quote from: turbomits95
Anyway to get pics of his car witht the tires on sitting on the ground? I pm'd him but have no reply and he hasnt been on in 2 weeks.

courtesy of his build thread



You see what I mean by needing a slight pull?
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« Reply #15 on: 11:40:01 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
Oh that works perfect! Thanks.

EDIT:

I'm using 195/55 in back, and a 205/50 or 195/50 in the front with a 10-15 mil spacer.

I'll post pics when I get them done and on. They're going on a bright Red 88 SE. I'm thinking black with a metal red lip, super advan style!
« Last Edit: 11:53:31 PM / 30-Mar-08 by turbomits95 »
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« Reply #16 on: 11:48:01 PM / 30-Mar-08 »
I love those Starion wheels  

15X8.5 - 3.5bs (205/55)

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« Reply #17 on: 10:32:46 AM / 31-Mar-08 »
I know it's not the best picture to see wheels, but here's one with the race wheels on with my friend sitting on the hood:

Konig Rewind 15x7 +0 offset (I think they're 13.2 lbs) running 205/50/15 Kumho V710 race tires (a lot smaller diameter than the stock tires, that's why the fender is not filled with tire/wheel)

I could use some fender flares, but I don't care too much about it, probably hurts my aerodynamics a little... I don't mind how it looks with the tires sticking out though.

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« Reply #18 on: 11:19:14 AM / 31-Mar-08 »
heres a side shot of 16*8 +15, they stick out in the front  a little.

heres s14 se wheels up front, i think they are 16*6.5 +40


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« Reply #19 on: 01:27:42 PM / 19-Dec-08 »
A Setup of a colleague from gemany.
Find it very nice.  
Borbet B 16x7 +30
Tires: 225 Yokohama A048    
 
Borbet B 16x7 +30
Front is Perfect.
Rear needs Z31 brakes and should be good also
Tires: 225 Yokohama A048    



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