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Question Fresh to the Forum...! Hey..

Hey People... Im new here so bare with me, as you may read a few questions that may have been asked many times before... but i WILL use the search function...!

Anyway, im not actually the Driver of the car, as i bought a NHB i-shift 1.8 se for my mum...lol.. but i like this car alot!
Its a brand new 58 plate, and some retard already reversed into the passenger door... Not good, but getting sorted!

Anyway... ill stop typing now...
PS will 19"s go straight on, or do the arches need to be modified...

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Hello and a warm welcome to Civinfo!

Ask any questions you like, we’re a friendly bunch.


Don’t be shy, feel free to post away, its good to hear new viewpoints.

Great to have you aboard, and don’t forget some pictures of the car.
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19" wheels are quite popular on this forum, I've heard no talk of arch modifications to get them to fit. Here's a pic of Dimplyred's Civic with 19" wheels......

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/members...ture189-a.html

You could always ask him direct if you need more information.
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post #5 of 16 (permalink) Old 19th October 2008, 15:43
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Hi and welcome to civinfo.

19" wheels will go straight on with no modifications to the arches.

Honda do only recommend you increase the original rim size by 1" but lots of people have fitted them and have no problems.
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Hi and welcome to the forum ...........((((WC)))) those wheels of Dimplyred's look fantastic, do you know where he got them from?
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I'm sure Dimplyred will let us know where he got them.

He's got a thread on his wheels here......

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/wheels-...my-wheels.html
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hurry up DR ......cant wait
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Hey, Thanks alot guys... a nice welcome...

As 19s go straight on, i think a trip will be made this week.
Thanks DimplyRed... those suit the car real well...5 spoke is what im thinking too, although im going black!

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they are TSW Vortex wheels with Honda centre caps.




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Well let us all see the results when you change them!
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Sorry.

They are TSW Vortex 19" and are available at Demon Tweeks.
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Thanks FWH and DR .. Thanks for the link, I'll have a wee look, I really like the five spoke it looks very stylish and clean think it suits the car really well. Your car looks super DR
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