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My signature contains the links to my albums with my 9-5's on 18's, as Wulf says get the wheel offset and width correct along with the correct size tyre and you will have no problems ;)
 
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I hope I didn't sound like a jerk in my previous post but a quick search goes a long way. It is also interesting to understand the relation between wheel diameter, width, offset and tire sizes. Well, at least it is interesting to me. :D
 

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Well, at least it is interesting to me. :D
Me too, I never really understood why lower offset would mean they will actually stick out more :p
 

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keep in mind that if the new wheel/tire combo weighs more than your stock wheel/tire combo, your car is going to accelerate slower and take longer to brake.
 

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this topic is constantly beat to death. a search will definitely return some valuable information.

until then, ive seen people run a 235/19/35 tire with no rubbing at all, so with proper offset (42 at the lowest, i think) an 18 wont have problems.
 
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