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hi everybody
I have a honda accord which is not actually TSX but it is the same CU2.
my rim will be WORK DD5.2
and i am waiting for the tein street flex at the end of mar.

now the trouble is offset. I need 19*9J in the front and 19*10J in the rear. And I don't like to roll the fender or use spacer.
I search this forum and see somebody use 19*9J +38 and 19*10J +45. will it fit perfectly? any other options?
 

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+45 is just about stock so you should be fine with about 1.5 deg. Neg of rear camber ( assuming you go about 2 inches of drop )

no issues with the front...

What tires?

Ask shady_cu2 because he has a lot of experience with these
 

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front should be ok. rear might need skinnier tire and more camber if you don't want to roll fenders. although rolling fenders will probably be better
 

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I have tried my friend's work GS3. They are 19*9 +25 in the front and 19*10 +20 in the rear with 245/30/19.

In my car it comes out for half inch in the front and 1 inch in the rear.

So I think 19*9 +35 in the front and 19*9 +40 in the rear will be all right??
 

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the reason they poke so much is cuz you have no camber lol, are you planning to lower it? if yes then it sink in. but you will still need a roll with your friends specs. and for the specs you mention, i would go 19x9+35,19x9+30 if anything
 

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the reason they poke so much is cuz you have no camber lol, are you planning to lower it? if yes then it sink in. but you will still need a roll with your friends specs. and for the specs you mention, i would go 19x9+35,19x9+30 if anything
Thank you for your reply.
Yes I didn't drop it yet. because I am waiting for the new TEIN street flex suspension and it will release at the end of Mar.

And do you think the step rim will be better looking than the normal rim? But the disadvantage is that the spoke will look like 18 inch.
 

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Nice rim taste in rims, as stated it's a personal choice between step and normal/flat rim. I personally like step rim but if you have a deep dish rim then flat is the way to go. Memory fab(?) has a new dbl step rim which looks bananas but I think only looks good on smaller rims.
 
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