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    Looking to get some new wheels for my car, i've seen the ones i want but they are 18 x 8 et34 at the front and 18 x 8.5 et37 at the rear. Will they fit? my coupe is lowered on eibach sportlines so 45-50mm front and 30 mm rear.


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    Yep they will fit but dont go too wide on tyres

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit View Post
    Yep they will fit but dont go too wide on tyres
    cheers mate i was thinking of 225 40 18 at the front just the rears im not sure on

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    Should be able to get 245s on the back (I think it's 245/35s with 18s). I'll assume your arches are rolled anyway but it's not like you're mega low. A 225 on the front will be about right but I'm not sure what profile you'd use tbh. Am I right in thinking you want to fit meaty tyres?

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