You'll want to get some hub centric rings. Nissans run larger hub bore (66.1) vs. Toyota (60.1)I have a 2007 Camry Gen 6.
I want to put 235/45 on 18x8" rims with 50mm Offset
I will be using model 62511 rims from 2011 Nissan Maxima
I've been trying to do my own research and it sounds okay but I want a second opinion.
I bought my wheels from http://www.elementwheels.com/?_vsrefdom=paidsearch&gclid=CLqkvfSl-cUCFQwXHwodypIAogSo what specific size 18s do I want if I want them to align with the fenders? I am just doing +2 from my 16" steels so nothing special... I presume... My suspension will for sure stay stock or upgrade to quick struts.
265 is pretty fat. No rubbing? and how's your mpgGot my camry back from lending it to my mom for a few years. Deciding to mod her again. She is on eibach springs. Just picked up Evo X wheels today 18x8.5 +38 265/35/18. Plan on getting 245/45/18. She is a DD so nothing crazy planned
It will probably poke outhttp://www.tirerack.com/wheels/WheelCloseUpServlet?&target=runWheelSearch&autoMake=Toyota&autoModel=Camry&autoYear=2008&autoModClar=&initialPartNumber=4948806540GM&i1_Qty=4&wheelMake=Enkei+Performance&wheelModel=YS5&wheelFinish=Gunmetal+Painted&showRear=no&packageFlow=false
40 mm offset + 5 mm spacer should equal to 35 mm offset. Anyone knows how wide this would look?... I won't be getting wheels anytime soon. I just want the information for future reference.
225 will stretch a little on a 8.5 rim. I have 245 on a 8" rim. I rub because I lowered it about 3-3.5 inches. But only over bumps. I know "cking" has 275 on a 18" wheel and didn't rub. but im not sure about the width or offset. If it does you'll just need spacers.im looking to get 20x8.5 +35 rim on a 09 camry le i was wondering what is the biggest tire i can put on it before i pull the trigger?
on my old camry i had a 20x7.5 on a 225/35/20 and HATED it, and some tires shops are telling me thats what size i have to put on this rim and don't believe them.
thanks in advance