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Supra dreams
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I was looking to see people with aftermarket wheels on their ae92s!

Want to see what styles, sizes, offsets and ride heights people are running and how it looks!

Trying to decide on either 16"s or 15"s and it's killing me!

I know that Adhi KZ Corolla used to run 16"s and the fitment was just enough more appealing to me than any car running 15"s but I know there's a lot I haven't seen!

Feel free to post pics/specs and share as much as you want!

Thanks in advance to everyone who posts their fitments, too!
 

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Rotary guy...
89 RX-7 Turbo
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Rotary guy...
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not the best picture...
Front:
15x9 +36
225/45/15
rear:
15x7+25
195/50/15
 

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Is this thread still alive? I have my eyes set on this rotas they are 15x9 +10 I was thinking of runing 195-50-r15 but I've never seen this specs on this corollas. So what im getting at how hard if possible will it be to fit this?
 

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Havent been here in a while=)

But i thought id mention this.

In my search for wheels i found that the Ae92's studs are seriously short from the factory. I bought some aftermarket studs of the same dimensions just slightly longer to engage better. After i bought the studs i, i took apart the hub assemblies and found the aftermarket hubs (i bought mine from Autozone) came with the longer studs.

But!!!

Heres my Alltrac Sedan with my Sparco NS-2's 15x6.5



I had them powder coated cause the previous owner spray painted them.
 

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Rotary guy...
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Is this thread still alive? I have my eyes set on this rotas they are 15x9 +10 I was thinking of runing 195-50-r15 but I've never seen this specs on this corollas. So what im getting at how hard if possible will it be to fit this?
This is a 15x9 +36 w/ 225s on the front with about -2.5* of camber:





a +10 will be about an inch further out...
 

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yeah, they're a lot closer,

I run 15x7s on the back, +25

I have about 10mm to the strut, and probably 10-20 to the fender with my camber plates in the back and a bit more camber... you can easily fit a 15x8, 15x9 might require some fender work...

When I ran 15x7+35 with stock suepsnion and 205 tires the tire rubbed the strut, when I went to +25 the tire rubbed the non-rolled fender lip.
 

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15x8 +15



15x7 +20



15x7 +20 front, 15x5.5 +38 (stock) with a 1.5" spacer rear (temporary)



IMO, 15x7 +20 is one of the best sizes for these cars. Not sunk, and not too much poke. I run 195/45 on them.
 
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