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28th April 2016 17:52
Originally Posted by Naitsirk View Post
Can someone confirm this is the right ET for Civic 9'th gen ?
ET50 or ET45 depending on rim size - Tyres and Wheels - Civinfo Wiki

Verified from various 9th gen posts
28th April 2016 17:30
Originally Posted by Revs FN2 View Post
I think the 9g has a stock ET50 offset (?) but other than that they're the same as the 8g. TN1's are lovely rims, but heavy.
Can someone confirm this is the right ET for Civic 9'th gen ?
6th March 2016 15:45
Originally Posted by CivicCliff View Post
Won't 18" wheels make the ride quite hard?
18" FN2 Type R alloys on mine. Haven't noticed any particular change in ride quality. Road noise, especially on dual carriage ways / motorway etc is quite a bit louder though.
1st March 2016 15:04
starsky72 Lower profile tyres can make for a firmer ride. I'd be happy with 16/17s, I just fancy some different wheels so the wife doesn't kerb the ones that come with the car (its a personal lease vehicle)
29th February 2016 08:52
CivicCliff Won't 18" wheels make the ride quite hard?
28th February 2016 22:35
starsky72 Be great to see some more examples of aftermarket (or different Honda wheels) fitted...
19th February 2014 15:47
Revs FN2 I think the 9g has a stock ET50 offset (?) but other than that they're the same as the 8g. TN1's are lovely rims, but heavy.
19th February 2014 13:46
coste1l I would look to fill those big arches if I was fitting alloys to a 9th gen. You may be able to go as wide as 8" with an et of 35

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19th February 2014 13:34
cazcade I have the Honda hydrogen 18x 7.5 rims and 225/40 Yokohama advan tires (size recommended by Honda).

They work fine but I'm gonna try to sell them and get some 17 inch rims instead. My Civic is a daily driver/family car and I need more rubber around my rims (for comfort, noise, protection etc).
18th February 2014 23:36
Ricalnic This seems a good site for sizing and pricing

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15th February 2014 16:48
Ricalnic What width & profile of tyres are you chaps with 18's running ?
12th January 2014 19:18
Gp_kho I've got rota gr6 on mines think they are 18x7.5

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9th January 2014 09:39
interiz I have 18x8s on. They fit fine.
7th January 2014 11:41
master88 My civic is on FN2 alloys and it works fine....

the OEM should be 18x7,5 et50 I guess... so if you can buy tommasons with simillar figures I think it should be no problem to buy them
5th January 2014 11:24
HonDave No input at all? Anybody here who has experience with 18" on the 9G?
29th December 2013 21:37
New alloys for the 9G

I've been looking for some new 18" alloys for my 9G and I'm a little in doubt as to what will fit. As many others on this forum I really love the Tomason TN1's. But will they fit the 9G? I'm not lowered.

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