Thanks man, yeah i've been looking around and i found these 17" and i have to say i've fallen in love with them =] though i know that it's gonna be a bitch to clean them, but it will be worth every penny.
"When the Power of Love overcomes the Love of Power, the world will know peace."-Hendrix
buy some mothers with the polishing ball that fits on a drill from what i've heard they work wonders!
the more important part with making sure a wheel will fit is how much sidewall you want on your tires. do you want rubberbands or do you want lots of meat? there are calculators online to find what size tires would have the same diameter on a 17 inch rim as the stock ones.
1998 TL 3.2L Sedan Auto
2005 Frontier SE 4x4 King Cab Auto
Get some 17's with a deep lip, spacers, coilovers, and rool your fenders. Slam that **** and it will look tight.
Are you in middle school?
1) Proper offset wheels don't require spacers.
2) Seeing how the kid had trouble with how to fix his cigarette lighter I see rolling the fenders as overkill and easier said than done.
3) "Slamming that ****" and it will make your handling go to crap, beat the **** out of the bushings (Which I'm sure he won't know how to replace or fix) as well as putting your oil pan, exhaust, transmission, and everything else in the line of fire.
To the OP 17's and 18's fit reasonably okay on the 98-02 Accord, the tire size will dictate rubbing issues.
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