1992 Honda Civic Diamond Racing PRO Wide-5 15x8.0
Custom wheels & tires for Honda Civic
|Make||Honda (1585 cars)|
|Model||Civic (1115 cars)|
|Year||1992 (8 cars)|
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Wheel Manufacturer & Model
Tire Manufacturer & Model
Federal Formoza FD1
Details of modified 1992 Honda Civic
– Will the wheels 15x8.0 0 offset with P 165/45 R15 tires fit on a 1992 Honda Civic?
– Yes, they will fit. As you can see from the pics this 1992 Honda Civic is running Diamond Racing PRO Wide-5 15x8.0 with ” backspacing and Federal Formoza FD1 P 165/45 R15 tires.
- No spacers
- Fenders are rolled all around with a slight pull in front, and a larger pull in back.
- Koni / GC setup with extended tophats all around, 1" shorter springs up front, 850 lb/in in front and 750 lb/in in back. Strut towers have been very heavily raised to clear the control arms, and the dampening and ride height settings are maxed.
- Omni/Blackworks rear camber arm setup
- Stock brakes
- Member 06tiburonofdoom of StanceWorks Forums
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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