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    Hey,

    I am just wondering if anyone has put these size wheels with offset onto a ke70 - with only modifing the standard guards.

    Front - 15x8.5-9
    Rear - 15x9.0-1

    If you have could you post up a picture or some information regarding this, even if you have kinda close to these specs.

    Cheers barnzy

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    will be good fitment. will need a bit of work but that depends on alot of variables (ride height, suspension, lca's, tyres) i run 15x7.5 0 offset all round and i think the same offset in an 8 would be perfect
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    Car below has 8" -15 up front and 8.5" -25 out back. Not too sure on suspension mods though.







    Your front wheels will sit pretty much the same as that, rear wheels will be sitting in 17.7mm more compared to those. All assuming he's running standard or 86 suspension bits.
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    thanks cobber!

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    Flaring front and rear, stock LCA's and 195/50's should make them fit.
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    i have ssr long champ rims but wanting more dash,which rims would fit on a ae86 levin that would have deep dash?

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    JDM King, there are longchamps out there with heaps of dish, just try to find some wider ones.



    ive got some 13x7 and 13x8 SSR mark2's sitting at home that need a polish so i can put em up on my ke25... seeing that E7 has inspired me

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    Someone with the name JDM KING, knows nothing about JDM Wheels.

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    the yellow car has 14s though. 15s will be tougher.

    id honestly say thats too big for a ke.. looks like a monster truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slydar View Post
    the yellow car has 14s though. 15s will be tougher.

    id honestly say thats too big for a ke.. looks like a monster truck.
    agreed...14's on a ksev ftw

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