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BahaMR2
1992 JDM MR2
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ive looked it up and just confirming that these sizes listed can fit my 1992 MR2
Size: 2 Front Rims are 17X7 Offset +38 23.5 lbs ea.
Size: 2 Rear Rims are 17x9 Offset +35 25.2 lbs ea.
Bolt Pattern: 17X7 5X100 and 5X4.5 (114.3)
Bolt pattern: 17X9 5X4.5 (114.3) and 5X4.75
 

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Mmm, I love turbos!
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Fronts are fine - but with a stock body the rears will probably rub over large bumps without fender rolls if you use a 245/40 or 255/40 tire. Besides rolling you can lessen the risk by stretching 235/40s across those rear wheels or going to 35 series aspect ratio.

Those are pretty heavy shoes... :confused:
 

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Mmm, I love turbos!
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It's sounds like one of those multiple holed wheels - you know - the ones the manufacturers create for maximum application between cars (for maximum profit).
 

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FRANK THE TANK LIVES!
'91 MR2 turbo
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Yea, those rims will fit.

They will look tucked in the front and perfectly flush in the rear.
You're also gonna have to roll the rear fenders to fit those rears in there without any rubbing issues.
 

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BahaMR2
1992 JDM MR2
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ok thanks guys. have any special teqniques? my friends use wooden dowels to roll fenders. the weight wont bother me. i have these for my cruising days. those light ass enkei 15" wheels are right there when i need um ;)
 
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