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can i fit rim 17 wheels with 215/45 series of tires on my ae92 sedan? by the way,my shocks and springs are stock.thanks in advance:thumbsup:
 

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The Return of the Red Coupe
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205s maybe... 215s will be tight.
 

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they're probably going to hit the bottom of the springs perches...
 

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i have fitted the front tires already, but the the problem is with the rear tires,its too tight
 

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205/40/17... Only thing I could use on my Rolla, I even used 5mm spacers on the rear, I had rub on the bottom of the springs... Unsure of offset though, but every set I've tried on had the same problem.
 

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I had 17's on before, literally only for one day (about 10 miles, total). The rears rubbed on the rear spring perches like eage8 said. The front were ok, but a full turn left or right slightly brushed the fender and the inner wheel well covers. Those problems can be worked out. The one thing that was a total bust, the amount of power loss!

Here's a pic of mine when I had it:


Looked very decent.
 

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Haven't seen too many coupes or sedans with them... though I must say they look wrong with 17s.

 

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Here's my car, I think it looks the part, wheels are rough as though... I used 5mm spacers on rear, no longer studs needed (unless you really want to)
 
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