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I've got some 18x8 rims on my car right now, and I want to eventually step up to 20s or 22s. Does anybody know if 22x9.5 will fit? I'm worried about the fender skirts in the back; the rims can't stick out at all. I think I need 265/35/22 tires if I go with 22s. I really don't want any major modifications and I know that the tires will rub in the front when I turn because my current tires rub a little when turning.

If anybody knows any info on mounting some 22x9.5 rims on my car, help me out. Tips on offset will help a lot too. My 18s have an 18mm positive offset I believe. Thanks. :cheesy:

This is an old pic, but I haven't really changed anything since then.

 

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I have 22 inch wires on my 2 door and they dont rub at all in the back even with no air in the shocks.
 

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Originally posted by Ulysses 2@Oct 11 2007, 06:45 PM~8979971
I have 22 inch wires on my 2 door and they dont rub at all in the back even with no air in the shocks.
Thanks, what is the width of the rims? 9.5? Standard offset?
 

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I think so Ive always wondered how wide a 22 inch wire wheel is. They are standards
 

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Originally posted by red_ghost@Oct 12 2007, 04:00 PM~8987271
then why are you asking on a lowrider website?  :confused:
I've been coming to this site since before 2005 and see people with all kinds of cars on here. There is a lot of knowledge on this forum about all types of cars and modifications even if it is called "layitlow." I ask the people who know and have experience.
 

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Originally posted by Ulysses 2@Oct 12 2007, 03:23 PM~8986969
I think so Ive always wondered how wide a 22 inch wire wheel is. They are standards
Alright, thanks.
 
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