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Old 05-04-2009   #1
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19" on a 07coupe

hey, long story short my buddys got some money, bought new rims for his lexus and gave me 4 beautiful rims. I got my new car today. 07 civic coupe, he checked the lug/patterns w/e(im new to this) and he said it would fit, only problem is finding tires that fit. they're 19" so im assuming finding low-pro tires is necessary. any recommendations?
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Re: 19" on a 07coupe

Need more information...

What is the width of the rim?
What is the offset of the rim?
What kind of suspension does the car have?
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Re: 19" on a 07coupe

**** ill work on getting the rim information tommorow, like i said i suck at this stuff buttt i did just get the car today. so w/e suspension a 07 civic coupe comes stock with
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Re: 19" on a 07coupe

Find out the width then go to this site. Plug in your stock tire size then play around with the numbers for you low pro tire till you get a close as possible to the same size.
http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

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Re: 19" on a 07coupe

The widest tire you want to have is 215....225 will fit but it'll **** you off every time you take a turn. And the most important thing you need to consider here is keeping the same rolling diameter of your overall wheel/tire setup so that your speedometer and odometer still match your factory setup. So since I'm running a 35 series tire with my 18 inch wheels, you'll probably want a 30 series tire with 19s and that is going to be a very very rough ride. I just drove my car for the first time this morning after putting my 18s back on and it was roooooooough. Good luck to you, hope you live far south.
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