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1995 Honda Accord Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0

photo 1 Honda Accord custom wheels Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0, ET +26, tire size 215/40 R17. 17x9.0 ET+18 235/40 R17 photo 2 Honda Accord custom wheels Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0, ET +26, tire size 215/40 R17. 17x9.0 ET+18 235/40 R17

Custom wheels & tires for Honda Accord

Front rim size

17x8.0

Front rim offset

+26

Front tire size

P 215/40 R17

Wheel backspacing

5.52”

   
Rear rim size

17x9.0

Rear rim offset

+18

Rear tire size

P 235/40 R17

Wheel backspacing

5.71”

   
Rims brand
Wheel Manufacturer & Model

Sprint Hart Formula CP-R

Tire brand
Tire Manufacturer & Model

Falken Azenis

Details of modified 1995 Honda Accord

– Will the wheels 17x8.0 26 offset with P 215/40 R17 tires fit on a 1995 Honda Accord?

– Yes, they will fit. As you can see from the pics this 1995 Honda Accord is running Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0 with 5.52” backspacing and Falken Azenis P 215/40 R17 tires.

- Front wheels +34mm offset plus 8mm spacer = +26mm eff. offset
- Rear wheels +38mm offset plus 20mm spacer = +18mm eff. offset
- Fenders rolled and pulled
- Front camber -4 degrees
- Rear camber -2 degress
- Tokico Illumina
- Ground Control
- Front Skunk2 upper control arms
- Rear Wicked adj. arm
- Rear FatFour Customs lower control arms (FFC)
- Acura NSX calipers
- Alex a.k.a. CD7_Accord-SiR @ HondaSociety.com

photo 3 Honda Accord custom wheels Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0, ET +26, tire size 215/40 R17. 17x9.0 ET+18 235/40 R17 photo 4 Honda Accord custom wheels Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0, ET +26, tire size 215/40 R17. 17x9.0 ET+18 235/40 R17 photo 5 Honda Accord custom wheels Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0, ET +26, tire size 215/40 R17. 17x9.0 ET+18 235/40 R17 photo 6 Honda Accord custom wheels Sprint Hart Formula CP-R 17x8.0, ET +26, tire size 215/40 R17. 17x9.0 ET+18 235/40 R17

Definitions

Wheel Offset

Refers to how your car’s or truck’s wheels and tires are mounted and sit in the wheel wells.

– Zero wheel offset is when the hub mounting surface is in line with the centerline of the wheel.
– Positive wheel offset is when the hub mounting surface is in front (more toward the street side) of the centerline of the wheel. Most wheels on front-wheel drive cars and newer rear-drive vehicles have positive offset.
– Negative offset is when the hub mounting surface is behind the wheel centerline. “Deep dish” wheels are typically a negative offset.

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