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Old 08-09-2011, 03:20 PM
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Will a 40mm offset 17X7.5 wheel fit a R53?

Hi, Located some wheels , for my R53, will a 40mm offset 17X7.5 wheel fit a R53?
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Yes, a 17x7.5 et40 (40mm) offset will fit.
What tire size are you planning to use?

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as much Star Spec as I can!

I would to get some Dunlops as wide as possible .

Got a line on a set of Grams
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How wide are you thinking of going?
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225 would cover it, right? anything more might be a bit brave?
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I would to get some Dunlops as wide as possible .

Got a line on a set of Grams
Gramlights is it?
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225 would cover it, right? anything more might be a bit brave?
There's no 225/40R17 street tire, and 225/45R17 is a little too tall. I'd go with 215/45R17.

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It will be close, so it depends on the tire size and how much your car is lowered?
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