Thought this may help
I'm currently on stock 20th suspension but got a deal on these wheels I couldn't pass up. Wheels are 18x9.5 all around and I'm running a 15mm spacer up front just to clear the strut. The poke looks stupid. My question is will I ever get these to sit flush after coils? I know I'll have more room up front once the oem suspension is out. But I do not know if I will still need the spacer or what size I should go after the coils are installed.
right now im only lug centric.. i dont have any hub rings or adapters... the wheel spacers i have were only hubcentric to OEM wheels.. thats why ill be getting hub rings in the near future. and ill be getting the hub rings to make up the difference in the hub bore size.... therefore, after rings ill be hubcentric again these wheels that i bought have a hub bore size of 73.1 .. im not sure how that differs from stock (will be doing my research soon)
If I ran 215/35 tires on these, what size and kind spacers should I get? I wanted to go 18mm front 23mm rear, but I don't want to dish out so much $ for custom spacers. I guess 10mm and 15mm non-hubcentric spacers don't work? I don't even understand the hubcentric what not.. I'm spacer/adapter-retarded, so any advice helps...
mine are 17x9, et of 35, with 10mm spacers in the front and 17.5 spacer in the rear (15 mm spacer is what im looking to get for the rear) and mine sit perfectly (well, perfectly how i want them) I only have rolled fenders and dont have any worries of messing my fenders up
hubcentric rings are really cheap and worth the lack of vibration you'll get with them. what they do is fill in the gap between your stock size hub and the hub size of the after market wheels (my grids have a 73.1 hub bore)
well hub centric spacers (that i know of) are only hub centric to stock wheels. for example, when i had the aristos on my wheel spacers from ECS fit perfectly in the hub bore of the OEM wheel... but they are no where close to fitting properly in the hub bore of the rota grid