This is my setup after months of research into setups I finally decided on and put on today & thought I'd share and grab some thoughts.
There were a few things that I did not really want - spacers, don't trust em & reps, don't like em :^)
Wheels & Tyres
I decided on the cheap, lightweight wheels that we could get in Australia, quickly & were genuine. RPF1's.
I ultimately decided on the Enkei RPF1 17" x 9" +35 setup. These were more uncommon than the 15" but I love bigger wheels.
To go with a 2" increase, I had to find some tyres that weren't going to ruin my speedometer. I had 2 options, stretch & potentially de-bead on a touge or track but look like a stance boi or grab something a bit meatier, safer but may throw my speedo off a bit more. Ultimately I decided on the latter.
I went with ADVAN NEOVA 235/40/17R 90W Tyres. This gave a slight stretch but only with a 2-4KM/HR offset... which is, fine? haha!
Make em fit!
I needed to grab a few things to make these bad boys fit;
I ended up deciding on;
- 20x GKTECK Open Ended Silver Lug Nuts (12x1.5mm | 55mm long | 60º Taper), these stick out a bit but look tasteful.
- 2x 74.1/54.1 SAAS Spigot/hub rings. - Yes these fit, yes they're .1mm out. These were plastic so it was minimal and fit right on with barely any play.
I'm on stock suspension & stock height and it's looking pretty decent, has a TINY bit of poke and when lowered will look pretty flush. I'm not hitting the lining at this stage either & they're so much cleaner than before. I am also waiting on some wheel caps to hide the stubs
Price & Pictures
Overall, this setup cost me just over $3100 AUD, roughly $2,250 USD.
Hope this helps some people in the future decide offset, tyre size, wheel type and a visual look as it took me a long time to decide and there was no straightforward guide.
$1850 - Wheels
$1075 - Tyres
$71 - Lug nuts
$43 - Hub Rings
$85 - Wheel caps