Rubbing usually results from oversized tires and/or improper offset, rather than lowering or wheel size (although 18 inch front wheels require oversized tires because the smallest 18 inch tires available, 215/35-18, are larger in diameter than stock size tires).saint2709 said:i still had some rubing on the inside of my wheel well, due to the 1.5 inch drop and 18 inch front mag
Alan C. said:I think what Ken is saying is do you think you would notice 0.020". There are a lot of wheels out there that aren't that close with their back spacing/offset. Not to mention what happens when you toss in tread contact patch/geometry into the equation.
If you want a 1.5 mm spacer you could buy a sheet of 1.5mm aluminum and fab your own. There is a guy that will make a spacer in any size. Dave Schardt at the Wheel Souce can probably get them or get you in touch with the guy.
Ben said:I'm trying to duplicate the OEM wheel offset to keep the suspension geometry stock. If Honda had intended it to be +0.5mm over what it is, they would have made it so. :tongue: