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  1. Hi Dave so i want a 16" wheel what "j" and "et" range shuld be used, and what you think fits best without having to use spacers and nothing like that. Alsp the tyres are normally what size with 16" wheels height wise, are 195/45 to wide? is the height of 45 good to keep speedometer etc in good balance? thanks and srry to jump in others post
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  2. For sale our 1999 honda civic aerodeck 1.6 ES auto LOW MILEAGE I bought this car to be my daily and planned to manual swap it, sadly the plans has now changed and got a diff car. The car comes with factory fitted full vtis kit which is rare (has original invoice to prove this was factory fitted) Has low miles only done 83239miles has MOT till nov2021 FSH comes with the original invoice when new Comes with 2 spare and 1 immobilizer key The car isn't perfect has some chips, scuffs and lacquer peel on the rear lip but NO RUST! the car is solid. The car runs great but cv joint woul
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  3. The way it works is the lower the ET number, the more it will stick out from the body of the car. And gernerally, the lower the ET, the bigger the dish on the wheel depending on style. We've got a bit on the site somewhere that has a diagram kinda explaining it. You can go for ones that are lower (Think Chandlers deck has quite low ET wheels) and have a bit of tyre stretch to keep it legal, but I've never been a fan of stretched tyres/stanced look. I'll see if I can get the specs from my wheels once the weather clears up a bit.
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  4. Craigh your car is looking sick, original and sexy... Love it. Keep up the good work mate
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  5. Hi Dave the 50 profile looks just perfect i dont want to lower the suspensivo cause its top expensive and i would be scraping all the time so now that i have seen how it looks with the 16 inch and the 50 profile i know what i have to look for, thanks Dave. I read on the post about interchangable parts that the ET can be up to 45, the ET os the with of the mounting where the rim meets the hub, right? If its for instance 40 works the same as a 45 bit the wheel protude more from the body of the car? Thanks and be safe
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  6. Hi Ricardo. I have 16" alloys on DD my Aerodeck. Not sure what the offset is on them or width, but think they might be 6.5J or 7J. Would need to check that to be sure. Whe n I got my alloys, they were running 195/45 16 which to be honest was too small a profile. I replaced the tyres and going by what the 15"s come with as standard on these cars(55 profile), and the fact she's no longer lowered, I went for 195/50 x 16 Goodyears. No rub at all, can easily take the 195 (it's the standard width on VTi/VTiS) and with the little extra sidewall, she's a lot smoother to drive. Bonus is they fill the a
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  7. So got a mg steering wheel to go on car. And painted wheels grey with glitter and put some stickers on it. Not got all them yet. Did idea on forza
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  8. Here's some info on the door handles from the service manual - you can get a copy of the manual from our downloads section
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  9. I was in your shoes some time ago and I’ll share with you my experience. My first attempt to improve the sound was by installing two-way coaxial speakers in the front. They were Ground Zero GZIF 6503X. I just mounted them to the door and the result was horrible. Muffled sound and no mids/lows. Then I sold them and bought only the midbasses very cheap from the component speakers Morel Tempo 6. And this time I used MDF plate to mount them. I also installed stock MB6 tweeters with them. But again I wasn't really satisfied. It looked something like this: Then I
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