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    Anyine run 15x9.0 rims

    Looking for any one that has run 15x9 inch rims.

    I want to step up a little in the spring time.

    offset is what I am looking for most I see are +35. I googled a bunch but cant get a good idea since most cars I looked at where like lowered 3 inches. Thats not what I am after.
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    Re: Anyine run 15x9.0 rims

    I'm definitely interested to see what issues you run into with this setup. I ran the Red Car into a curb in the rain last week and am rim shopping now...
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    Re: Anyine run 15x9.0 rims

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Snooz View Post
    I'm definitely interested to see what issues you run into with this setup. I ran the Red Car into a curb in the rain last week and am rim shopping now...
    Im gonna order one and try it....Konig Dial in are under 150$. I really could get away with 8.0" with 225/45/15 tires.

    I still debate about 17" but the tire sizes overall are tall and stock power isnt gonna cut it.



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    Re: Anyine run 15x9.0 rims

    15x9 would be brutal to deal with I think, and need less offset.
    15x8 is much more reasonable.

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    Re: Anyine run 15x9.0 rims

    Quote Originally Posted by night View Post
    15x9 would be brutal to deal with I think, and need less offset.
    15x8 is much more reasonable.
    Short version its a no go with the +35 rear might make it but the front its scraping the arm.
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