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Yes i did a search and i did not find any gen 3 with this wheel size. Will this work with a 42 offset or will i rub. And if i can only do a 42 offset, is there anyway to get around problems this might cause by rolling the fenders or getting spacers? The only other offset available is 30.
 

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I am waiting to put ksport coilovers on until i know what the wheels will do with the suspension. I would like to keep 18x9 but if i have to i suppose i will just go with the usual 18x7.5 :eek:: . Other than that, just suspension parts that don't really affect the wheels or tires.
 

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put them on now and if you clear the fenders but hit the suspension you may be ok, remember the coil overs have a total smaller outer diameter.
 

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So 18x8 with 225/40/18 and +42 will work on both the front and back? I am rolling the fenders regardless for clearance, but i was just wondering why Yukio and UFoz have different offsets in the front and back.
 

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toyotacamry1 said:
So 18x8 with 225/40/18 and +42 will work on both the front and back? I am rolling the fenders regardless for clearance, but i was just wondering why Yukio and UFoz have different offsets in the front and back.
I wanted a staggered look without actually going staggered.
 

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CamryPunk said:
^ The gunmetal "craze" is fading away. Stay with classics like gold (bronze is still 'in'), silver, and fully polished. Chrome on "JDM" wheels are getting quite popular too.

Gold wheels are kewl on white or black cars.... Fully polished and Chrome look HARD on "JDM" style wheels........
 
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