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Wheel and tire size database.

Postby Gr8dave37 » Sun May 11, 2008 8:23 am

ok...I went and searched the wheel and tire forum for versa info just cuz well I like to look around but when I searched there was a whole one thread on a guy looking for a hubcap. SO....I decided to try this thread out, obviously it requires participation to work but I figure we will kind of put an end to will my wheel fit etc if we have our own D-base.

So...information we'll be looking for...

- Wheel Brand and where you got them from- Diameter (16/17/18) - Width- Offsets- Are there any fender modifications? if so what?- Tire Sizes - Lowered and if so whose spring/struts and how much did you lower it- Do you have any rubbing with your setup- Very important....**POST A PIC please**

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby K36V » Sun May 11, 2008 8:48 am

Wheels: mb motoring drifterSize: 18x 7 1/2tires: kumho exta ast's 225/40r18springs: eibach prokitissues: none. no rubbing or bottoming out


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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (K36V)

Postby Gr8dave37 » Tue May 13, 2008 5:01 pm

Bump

C'mon guys....

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby CodeRed » Tue May 13, 2008 5:26 pm





- Enkei Evo 5- Diameter (215/45/17)- 7- +42- None, no rub- Could have gone for 205/45 but I wanted the little lip around the wheels- Tanabe springs- No rub- pic^

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (K36V)

Postby reyes1212 » Tue May 13, 2008 5:42 pm

Wheels: mb motoring drifter (my wanted color...)Size: 18x 7 1/2tires: hankook ventus k104springs: tanabeissues: none. no rubbing or bottoming out


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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby bulld0g » Wed May 14, 2008 5:22 am

Wheels: Tenzo R Type MSize: 17x 7 tires: kumho exta ast's 215/45r17springs: TanabeOffset:+42issues: Slight rub on driver front tire on on wheel well on extreme right turns


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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (bulld0g)

Postby reyes1212 » Wed May 14, 2008 9:08 am

bulld0g wrote:Wheels: Tenzo R Type MSize: 17x 7 tires: kumho exta ast's 215/45r17springs: Tanabeissues: Slight rub drive front tire on extreme right turn
show off lol

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (reyes1212)

Postby NY.AD.MAN » Wed May 14, 2008 9:42 pm

Tanabe NF210 SpringsEnkei J10 Wheels (17")Fuzion ZRi 215-50-R17








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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby SaskVersa » Sat May 17, 2008 6:53 am





Rubber: 205/45R/17, no clearance issues and within 1% of factory rolling diameter.

Boots: Motegi SP7 - flat black, chrome lip. 17 x 7, Offset:+42, front regular and rear staggered .

Pics of exhaust work later today...

Cheers

Lee

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (SaskVersa)

Postby DejaWiz » Sat May 17, 2008 9:47 am

SaskVersa wrote: Rubber: 205/45R/17, no clearance issues and within 1% of factory rolling diameter.

Boots: Motegi SP7 - flat black, chrome lip. 17 x 7, Offset:+42, front regular and rear staggered.
Nice. My plan is to get the Sentra SE-R Nismo wheels and 235/40R17 tires. Will be less than 1% within factory diameter. But a bit wider.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (blind_snyper)

Postby bulld0g » Sun May 18, 2008 6:55 pm

blind_snyper wrote:btw bulld0g what offset do you have?
+42......I updated mine

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Postby daan » Tue May 20, 2008 8:18 am

Can I suggest adding where the rims are from? It seems everywhere I look, either there's nothing available, or there's only 2 or 3 styles to pick from.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby DejaWiz » Tue May 27, 2008 5:45 pm

Anyone know if 8" or 8.5" wide 17" wheels will fit with the Tanabe 210 springs and, if so, what offset would be best?

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (bulld0g)

Postby bulld0g » Tue May 27, 2008 8:06 pm

I found out what was causing the rubbing on right turns.......my CAI filter was pushing against the wheel well and deformed it enough to be in the way of the tire .......Solution: I bent the bracket that hold the filter towards the front of the car so it wouldn't make contact anymore then I used a heat gun to heat up the wheel well enough to bend it back in shape......NO MORE RUBBING!!!!!!

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (DejaWiz)

Postby DejaWiz » Mon Jun 02, 2008 7:02 am

DejaWiz wrote:Anyone know if 8" or 8.5" wide 17" wheels will fit with the Tanabe 210 springs and, if so, what offset would be best?
Wanted to bump this up to see if anyone has any ideas on my previous question.

Specifically, I'm looking at the 5Zigen FN01R-C 17x8, but I can only seem to find them in +35mm offset.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (DejaWiz)

Postby biggie » Mon Jun 02, 2008 8:05 am

DejaWiz wrote:
Wanted to bump this up to see if anyone has any ideas on my previous question.

Specifically, I'm looking at the 5Zigen FN01R-C 17x8, but I can only seem to find them in +35mm offset.
That should work. To be sure use a calculator like this:http://www.venommotorsports.co...r.asp

Then go out and measure how much room you have and see if you are within the differences.

An 8" wheel will probably stick out a little bit, could be fixed with negative camber but then you are eating tires. True recommendation would probably go with the 17x7 version.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (biggie)

Postby DejaWiz » Mon Jun 02, 2008 8:32 am

biggie wrote:An 8" wheel will probably stick out a little bit, could be fixed with negative camber but then you are eating tires. True recommendation would probably go with the 17x7 version.
Thanks for the calculator link. A lot more in depth than the one I've been using: http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

Would a 215, 225, or 235 tire be too wide for a 7" (or 7.5") rim?

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (DejaWiz)

Postby biggie » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:43 am

DejaWiz wrote:
Thanks for the calculator link. A lot more in depth than the one I've been using: http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

Would a 215, 225, or 235 tire be too wide for a 7" (or 7.5") rim?
225 would probably be the widest I'd go on a 7", a 235 on a 7.5 would be the widest. I have 17x7s on one car and run 215/45/17 and they work well.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (biggie)

Postby DejaWiz » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:47 am

biggie wrote:225 would probably be the widest I'd go on a 7", a 235 on a 7.5 would be the widest. I have 17x7s on one car and run 215/45/17 and they work well.
Much appreciated - thanks.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (DejaWiz)

Postby t19uz » Wed Jun 04, 2008 8:02 am

mine is compatible.

zerothread/341557

just take a look.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (t19uz)

Postby DejaWiz » Wed Jun 04, 2008 8:32 am

t19uz wrote:mine is compatible.

zerothread/341557

just take a look.
Nice! You have the exact wheels I want. Except I want the rebadged 17x7.5 Sentra SE-R Nismo wheels.

Thanks for posting the offset of your 18x8's.... I think I should be quite safe with +40-45mm offset for a 17x7.5

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (DejaWiz)

Postby t19uz » Wed Jun 04, 2008 4:13 pm

thx bro. And yes u've choose the right rims and of course ur offset is safe.

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (t19uz)

Postby srellim234 » Wed Jun 04, 2008 5:15 pm

When it comes to new wheels, I want to compliment everyone who posted pictures above. I really like the appearance of every one of those cars. Well done!

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby blueversa » Wed Jun 18, 2008 1:16 pm

Speedy lite 7'sZeno tires 205/40/17dropped with Tanabe nf210 springsNo rubbing

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (blueversa)

Postby t19uz » Wed Jun 18, 2008 5:35 pm

blueversa wrote:Speedy lite 7'sZeno tires 205/40/17dropped with Tanabe nf210 springsNo rubbing
nice ride bro, u should change the bolt into gun metal color. anyone knows what the size of the bolt?

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (t19uz)

Postby Gr8dave37 » Thu Jun 19, 2008 4:03 pm

Finally get to add Vanessa...Oh....GO SEDANS!!!!



- Kazera - bought from Tire Rack- Diameter 18 - Width 7.5- Offset 45mm- Are there any fender modifications? if so what? no fender mods- Tire Sizes 225/40/r18- Lowered with Tanabe NF 210- Do you have any rubbing with your setup? Yes....when fully cranked it does rub
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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby t19uz » Thu Jun 19, 2008 5:14 pm

Gr8dave37 wrote:Finally get to add Vanessa...Oh....GO SEDANS!!!!

- Kazera - bought from Tire Rack- Diameter 18 - Width 7.5- Offset 45mm- Are there any fender modifications? if so what? no fender mods- Tire Sizes 225/40/r18- Lowered with Tanabe NF 210- Do you have any rubbing with your setup? Yes....when fully cranked it does rub

Modified by Gr8dave37 at 7:27 PM 6/19/2008
hmmm r u sure its rub? mine not.. btw nice ride bro !! yesss GO GO 18" Rims.. anyway u may consider change ur rear tire like mine? 235/40/18

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (t19uz)

Postby Gr8dave37 » Thu Jun 19, 2008 6:01 pm

yeah I'm sure it's rub, you can here it when the car moves when I have the wheel all the way cranked...I think I am at the extreme end of the offset, wonder if there is a spacer ring I can put in to help it or not..

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Re: Wheel and tire size database. (Gr8dave37)

Postby t19uz » Thu Jun 19, 2008 6:13 pm

Gr8dave37 wrote:yeah I'm sure it's rub, you can here it when the car moves when I have the wheel all the way cranked...I think I am at the extreme end of the offset, wonder if there is a spacer ring I can put in to help it or not..
Hmm yes yes u r right, bcause mine is 18 X 8.0 +40. thats why mine didint rub. even on the rear i can put 235/40/18 and still ok. I belive ur enjoying ur tanabe 210 nf hahaha..

for spacer ring, find a good material one. I've tried some cheap spacer and its damn awfull in my Nissan X-Trail, it brokes when i'm in a highway scarry!!!!

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Postby damnedkero » Tue Sep 23, 2008 11:35 am

- ICW Racing Jet 25B 17 x 7 - Toyo Proxes 4 215/45





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