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like us all, we've seen those "mb battles" 18x9.5 e 15 on our tsx. ive a 08 cgp and i wanna run a set of black chrome wheels but i really found a set i like. they are 18x10 e30. i dont mind rolling and pulling. would i have to do much to tuck these ??

i wanna run a nice low offset for an aggressive look/stance but dont know which is the lowest offset i can run on a 10 or 10.5 wheel. plz, all input is appreciated.

** im going for this fitment. with similar to alittle LESS camber.
http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6184/6110138371_9cf993804c.jpg

thanks in advance guys
 

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^ pretty much what he said your gonna probably run offset around 10-20 to get that fitment and you will need a good amount of camber if you want to have a aggressive stance fitment. roll/pull will probably be a must.
 

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Where do you live? i assume roads are perfect there lol...

ut IMO 215/40 on a 10" width would be max i would do. I hope you don't plan on to daily the car?
lol i live on Long island also.i do daily this bitch.lmao. but im asking, the more insight the better. 215/40 sounds good also. ill narrow it down closer to when i get the wheels test fitted.
 

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lol i live on Long island also.i do daily this bitch.lmao. but im asking, the more insight the better. 215/40 sounds good also. ill narrow it down closer to when i get the wheels test fitted.
Im running 215/40 on 18x9.5 +15 .. the stretch is good .. and i been driving the car daily .. no problems .. a friend of mine drives his car in queens/city 18x10 and rear is 18x10.5 ( 215/40/18 all around) set-up with no problem .. 18x10 on 215/40 is ganna be a REALLY aggressive stretch but its doable .. just gotta be avoiding potholes lol

Here's how its going to look

 
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