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Wheel rim offset - Caliper clearance... by Mark A. Klein
Started on: 01-19-2014 05:51 PM
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Ok, since my larger rotor project last year (project car) my rims will not fit. I know my goal was to use stock rims, but I can use any 15" rim except that I need more caliper clearance in the rear. I need to remain as low buck as possible since funds this year look to be slimmer than last year. Does anyone still have a list of production 5 X 100 wheels and their clearances? I know I have seen some in the past. I need about 1.125 to 1.250 clearance to the rim. Oh, and I have a New set of 15" tires I would really like to use, but???
Thanks for your help.

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Bump. 15" wheels and tires are getting rare.
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Shameless bump. It looks like my Vibe wheels will fit but they are 16" I am going to try to slim the outer caliper bracket to make the stock wheels fit. I hate to not be able to use the new 15" tires I have...

I know someone had a wheel and tire guide listed before? Anybody got a link?

Thanks
Mark

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This one does not show caliper clearance

but is neat to see on your own car...

http://www.discounttire.com...4286%7C1987&r=AZTINT
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An other alternative....

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