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Hi, I am suppose to be receiving my new CT200h tonight!!! I'm very excited...

Anyhow, I would like to get some aftermarket wheels for it... but with so many options and specs to know, I am quite frankly a bit overwhelmed.

I think it would be great if we could have a thread where we specify the specs needed for it to fit on the car properly and what options are out there with photos and prices. This could help other people like me that are out there to buy an aftermarket wheel but is not sure where to start...

Since my car will be white, I am thinking I would like to get some black wheels, perhaps in the 18" size.

Any recommendations on what will fit?

Thanks!!!
 

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Just noticed that tirerack.com finally posted some wheels that will fit on the CT200h... but I'd be interested in knowing about other brands that they don't carry such as Volks, etc.
 

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congrats thsiao!

i'm looking at 18" as well...

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And they are 17" x 7" right?

Will a 18" x 7.5" 45mm offset (Enkei PF01) fit properly without any rubbing issues?

Or a 18" x 7.5" 48mm offset (OZ Alleggerita)?

Or a 17" x 7" 38mm offset (Enkei EDR9)?


Not sure if to go with 18" cause then that would mean more $$$ for tires... but I do think 18s would look nicer on the CT.
 

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17"x7.5" w/ a 42mm offset should fit very well. That is what the BBS CH is. It will stick outside the standard wheel by 9.35mm and inside the standard wheel by 3.35mm. I don't expect that this will cause any rubbing issues on the inside or fender while giving it a little more of a flush look.
 

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Stupid question... anyone know what is the weight for the orginal wheels?
I tried to search for it, but no luck.
 

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And they are 17" x 7" right?

Will a 18" x 7.5" 45mm offset (Enkei PF01) fit properly without any rubbing issues?

Or a 18" x 7.5" 48mm offset (OZ Alleggerita)?

Or a 17" x 7" 38mm offset (Enkei EDR9)?


Not sure if to go with 18" cause then that would mean more $$$ for tires... but I do think 18s would look nicer on the CT.
yes, the stock 17" 10-spoke wheel is 17x7 +45. those wheels you listed seem like they will work fine. the ct200h can easily accept an 18" wheel no problem.

while test fitting my 17x8 volk racing re30's i realized that anything wider than 8" on the rear will probably require a lower offset than stock because of the rear trailing arm's design. the clearance is very tight. anyone looking to do this should keep this in mind.
 
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