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NOSHOW
05-06-2002, 05:55 PM
Yo, I wanna put 19 inch rims in my 97 accord. But I'm afraid it wont fit because of the offset. (the bar that goes from inside the wheel to the body. Does any body knows if a 19X8.5 or a 19X8 will fit???? :???:

brabus151
05-06-2002, 07:06 PM
it will be tight ass fit...goin ghetto? :lol: id stick w/ 18s...they will fit w/out trouble and im sure they will look just fine...19s on an accord is a little much i think

phatprld9
05-06-2002, 08:10 PM
I think 19's on a honda will look horrible. Go with 17's.

RexMarine
05-06-2002, 08:14 PM
19s? 18s? fuck that. im gettin some 16's
you go too big, you will have problems when you gotta cut the wheel hard for anyreason...

Accord213
05-06-2002, 08:59 PM
I was at On-The-Run saturday night and saw a 90-93 accord 2-door on 19" Racing Harts. I was talkin 2 him and he said he didn't even have a camber kit. And it was pretty slammed as well...

He's got the h22, and runs a 14.1. It's a phat car.

So yeah, 19" rims will fit. It just depends how much weight and how many people you take around in your car. This guy didn't have a backseat, so he doesn't have to worry so much about rubbing.

Ask around at the local garages/shops...they can tell you whats up.

brabus151
05-06-2002, 10:08 PM
On 2002-05-06 20:14, RexMarine wrote:
19s? 18s? fuck that. im gettin some 16's
you go too big, you will have problems when you gotta cut the wheel hard for anyreason...


thats personally how i feel....i have 17s for daily use and 15 for draggin..18+ is not very useful...

TJCCARDCO
05-06-2002, 10:11 PM
19's man, damn..u crazy! :razz:

NOSHOW
05-07-2002, 02:08 PM
19"s are the best i'm gona strip down the interior of my ride and instead of a back seat i'm putting a sound system. So tell me if i need a camber kit or some other shit like that to put 19s

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TJCCARDCO
05-07-2002, 09:53 PM
19's aren't the best your gonna be hitting your wheel well every time u try to make a fast turn.

"not a bad way to spend 10,000 dollars.." :lol:

ImportNightRider
05-08-2002, 12:05 AM
I recommend 17's and lowering. If your hell bent on larger rims, get the 18's and don't quite slam it, cuz your system is gonna weigh your back end down. Trust me, don't get the 19's if you plan on putting anything heavy in the rear of your car. It won't work. You'll just tear shit up. My 2 cents, it's your money and your ride...do with it as you want