Agressive wheel spacers size?
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    Agressive wheel spacers size?

    Hey everyone,
    I'm selling my 08 Evo and getting the 2012 F Sport Ct200h in Obsidian on thursday. I'm looking at putting spacers and road magnet springs on. For the fit I want, I've seen this pic online :

    Spec: 19x8.0 +36 / 19x8.5 +24

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    Made calculation with these specs and the fronts extend 21,7mm and the rears 40,05mm. I was thinking of getting Ichiba Version 2 hubcentric spacers of 17mm in the front and 38mm in the back which would put the stock wheels at 17x7 +28 and 17x7 +7. Also, are the center bores the same as on the prius (54,1mm) since Ichiba hasn't put the Ct200h on their site yet?

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    Vincent

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    Did you ever get the Ct and put on spacers? I was thinking about spacers until I could decide on wheels.


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    i put spacers on mine. 15mm up front and 25mm in the rear. wheels are perfectly flush with fenders now. i used ichiba v2 spacers, our cars don't show on their site so i just ordered the prius ones since they have the exact same specs. hope that helped. the sizes i used are the absolute max you can use with stock fsport tridents since they have 9mm less offset than the standard 17's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spoonf20c View Post
    i put spacers on mine. 15mm up front and 25mm in the rear. wheels are perfectly flush with fenders now. i used ichiba v2 spacers, our cars don't show on their site so i just ordered the prius ones since they have the exact same specs. hope that helped. the sizes i used are the absolute max you can use with stock fsport tridents since they have 9mm less offset than the standard 17's.
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    Are the wheel spacers safe? Do you need to cut the original studs?

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    Im planning to get some 15mm spacers for my rear that has a +35 offset, but becuz of natural camber it sticks inwards a bit so I think I should be safe (:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doublade View Post
    Im planning to get some 15mm spacers for my rear that has a +35 offset, but becuz of natural camber it sticks inwards a bit so I think I should be safe (:
    what are you lowered on? i say go at least 20mm for the rears. theres a ton of room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoonf20c View Post
    i put spacers on mine. 15mm up front and 25mm in the rear. wheels are perfectly flush with fenders now. i used ichiba v2 spacers, our cars don't show on their site so i just ordered the prius ones since they have the exact same specs. hope that helped. the sizes i used are the absolute max you can use with stock fsport tridents since they have 9mm less offset than the standard 17's.
    Bringing back an super old thread.

    I am assuming that there is no rubbing issue that is pretty much maxed out as being flush with the fender right?
    If there is no issue with rubbing on the fender, this should be an amazing setup for the Trident Rims.
    Ichiba spacers have a great quality as I had it on my Tacoma with 2 sports bikes in the back holding its weight without any problems.

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    So is 15mm front and 25mm rear spacer safe for the Trident rims on sport tuned suspension? no rub or any cons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sksnpham View Post
    So is 15mm front and 25mm rear spacer safe for the Trident rims on sport tuned suspension? no rub or any cons?
    I'm doing this setup this coming weekend.

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