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Old 07-28-2009, 05:21 PM
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What is the stock bolt pattern and offset for the 2009 accord coupe looking for rims and née to know and what kin of offset could I use on 19 or 20s looking at Work rims
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Heres the sizes on 18" stock wheels if it will help you..

18"x8" 5lugs on 115 mm and the offset is universal 55mm...

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Old 07-28-2009, 09:19 PM
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Is that the stock rim for the lx coupe 09 cause I swear it's only a 16 or 17 I wanna get 20" rims but need to know bolt pattern and what type of outset I can use cause I want a dish
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A 5x114.3mm 20" wheel will work, but offset is figured from the width of the wheel as well. I'd take a look around driveaccord.net, v6performance.net, and 8thaccord.org for pics and fitments.

Stock offset is +55mm though.
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Old 07-29-2009, 11:52 PM
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What's the width of the rims and what can you use as far as offset and width where the rim will fit?
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No clue. You can use any offset you want, it just depends on how you want the wheels to look. Sounds like you have some reading to do on wheel fitment.
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Old 07-31-2009, 02:05 PM
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yeah the guy at work said he doesnt recommend staggered rims but if i want dish i gotta go like 20x8.5 front and 20x9.5 rear what do u think? go with all the same or change it up? i wanted the gold with chrome vx-xx or t1s black chrome or gold... i have a blue coupe 09
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Old 08-05-2009, 08:58 AM
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I'm completely new to wheel/tire fitment so I was wondering if someone could quickly explain it.

I have a friend who said that a wheel with a lower offset say 35 vs 55 could potentially lead to issues later on.

So could someone just explain how to go about picking a wheel and if there are other things that can be done to compensate for a difference in offset?

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Can't really compensate for a too-low offset. The correct way (if you were manufacturing the wheel) is to design the spokes so the tire sits more inboard.

Check these out, from TireRack...
http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/tech/...jsp?techid=101
http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/tech/....jsp?techid=95
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seriously, dont get wider wheels on the back. they dont do anything on a fwd car besides add weight. UNless youve got 250+hp and you are riding on stiff springs with thick swqay bars, it's not gong to do anything besides slow u down
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