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Old 01-12-2011, 06:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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06-08 Civic Si wheels on a 98 Prelude SH

Ok honestly I have searched and searched, and I cannot find a definite answer. 5 days ago I purchased a 98 SH with the factory 16s, factory tire size and stock suspension. Will a set of 2007 Civic Si wheels and tires with 215/45/17 tires fit as is?
I know from my searching that the tire size is fine, I just need to know if the wheels fit without clearance issues. I found a wicked nice set on craigslist with almost perfect Michelins for $800 and don't want to pass it up!

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Also if spacers are needed that is fine, but please let me know what thickness I would need. Thanks guys
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the lug pattern is the same 5x114.3 You know how I found that? I quick google search.

On the spacer deal, not sure. Might have to try them out and figure it out. Be the first?
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you wouldnt be the first, ive seen it before, its an oem wheel coming off a civic, If you can run rsx wheels with no spacer im doubting a spacer is needed for the si wheels
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Yes thanks chubbs, I know the wheels are the same bolt pattern as the Preludes, thats why I asked about if clearance was an issue, not if they had the same bolt pattern. But thanks I guess.
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Here ya go...
They look very nice IMO...


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They should fit just fine. I'm pretty sure the offset on them is +45, which is in the same range we use for our cars. My lude has the same size tires 215/45/R17 and its lowered. You shouldn't have any clearance issues.
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Old 01-15-2011, 10:46 AM   #8 (permalink)
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oh wooow that looks insane! thanks guys, I think I need to do this asap!
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Wow that looks great!
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ya the bolt got stuck and broke off he said it crossed thred and thays why they got a replacement engine so is there a why to fis it are do i need a new crank
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I once tried to put it on but it doesn't looks good for my taste on the same black car So I sold the si wheels for $450 with tires and get the rsx type s.
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what about the 2010 si wheels? anyone have a pic with those?
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i know this is an old thread, but those SI wheels on a prelude is hot!!!
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