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Looking to buy some nto3's in 18x9.5 +40 on possibly a 245/40 or 235/40, what all would I need to do to fit these? Is it gonna be hard?
I'm tempted to make another wheel/tire fitment thread just to see what happens. :thumbsup:::FACEPALM,,,,,,,PUNCHES A NEW BORN BABY IN THE JEJUNUM OUT OF ANGER:::: SWEET BABY JEEZUS !!!!!!!!!!!! these noob cats be wiling out wanting OG's to do all the research for em, Bro THERES A THREAD FOR THAT !! Youre posting in a wheel and tire section of the forum yet you dont see the sticky on top ??????? :::throws coke bottle bottoms glasses at the noob:::
in my defense let me present my counter arguement.... as stated in the post http://www.tsxclub.com/forums/1st-g...-all-will-these-rims-tires-fit-questions.html the calculator provides visual comparison to the stock wheel with factory wheel specs being provided as well therefore, it is my honest opinion that anyone with a hint of common sense can use their imagination and see that "hmm if my stock wheel looks like this and the new wheel according to the visual provided by the calculators shows that it sticks out / increases in size by about 20% it means that i will need to do_____ insert name of mod here , camber, roll , pull etc etc ______ " end of counter argument , the defense rests your honor, no further questions^ that thread provides information on the difference in terms of poke and odometer changes, but not exactly on fitment. No information on necessary fender work, alignment, how much car should be lowered, tire sizes, rubbing etc. So even with the calculator, "noobs" might still be confused on how the wheels would fit
LMFAO,,,,,,,, sweet baby jeeeeeezus ,,,,,, :::cracks another can of redbull open::: OK here we go againI'm tempted to make another wheel/tire fitment thread just to see what happens. :thumbsup: