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 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32
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dub c
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Hey everyone!
So like most everyone on here I'm trying to decide on a decent wheel fitment.

My thoughts:
1. Stock Fenders (rolled/pulled): 15x9 -15 ...not sure what tire size...

2. Jubiride Copy Flares: 15x10 -25 or 15x9 -32 ...not sure what tire size...

I'm kinda up in the air right now, but I will be getting diamond star racing wheels, and I want the fitment to be aggressive and flush (not too much poke).
I will be on bc racing coilovers f+r so the car is gonna be dumped as well.

I'd really appreciate some help from you corolla wheel fitment guru's! :D



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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (dub c) » Reply  Edit


fyi: with 9's in the front you are gonna have some problems clearing arms, fender wells, and brake lines. in the rear you'll be fine assuming your body work is up to the task.

for a nice stock body fitment, i'd say 15x8.5-10 and 15x9-10 with 195/50's would be sweet. again assuming you can roll and pull fenders

BTW: with diamond racing wheel,s 9inch width wheels will cost you double the price since that is not a standard diamond racing size. they will cut a 10 inch wide barrel and reweld it shut to a 9inch.



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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (Skizzup) » Reply  Edit


I will have trouble in the fronts with the 9's? ...just because of the low offset or what? How are a lot of these people on here running such wide and such low offset wheels?

Right now I'm leaning towards going with the replica jubiride flares w/ super flush wheels.
But I've rolled my subaru's fenders so I can assume the corolla would be even easier...not worrying about cracking the paint really.

Well with the 9 inch diamond racing I was looking at the Pro/Challenger series which offer the 15x9 for $85.50.

Thanks for your help!

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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (dub c) » Reply  Edit


with 9's in the front, you will hit suspension arms when full locked (if you have any angle pieces) rub brake hardlines. those are the biggest things (and hitting arms is a HUGE thing). everything else can be fixed with a bfh.

the pro challenger series doesnt have a p.c.d. for corollas. you'd have to order the pro series wheels. and for the pro series wheels, 15x9 is NOT a standard width, there fore they would cut/reweld like i stated above. i know this because i have personally talked to them about a 15x8.5 and 15x9 setup.





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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (Skizzup) » Reply  Edit


Ok, so what would I need to run 10's then?

Ah damn, I didn't even think they wouldn't drill 4x114.3 on those ones. I guess 9's are out of the question .

So now I'm thinking 15x10's with a low offset to fill the Jubiride flares.

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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (dub c) » Reply  Edit


15x9+ with negative offsets needs a lot of hammering to the inner fender well for full turning, and if the car is really low you will also rub on the front fender well also. 15x9 -15 is perfect for the front when the fenders are pulled A LOT and no need for a flare, or just the flare. The backs are just up to whatever you do to the body to fit the wheels you want. Ie: 15x9 -15 will NOT fit under a stock rear fender without destroying the panel. With the flares you want fitting a 15x9 -25 would be pretty easy, or 15x10 -15 is about the same.



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Modified by kouki1986 at 10:43 PM 4/4/2010



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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (mr john) » Reply  Edit


so its also safe to say the 15x8 +0 also rub on inner wall cause thats like the same as a 15x9 -15 ? or was the rubbing with just anything bigger than the 15x9 -15



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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (minnesota86drfter) » Reply  Edit


15x8 0 is like a 15x9 +15 not -15 , 15x8 0 doesn't have much of a rubbing issue



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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (mr john) » Reply  Edit


mr the john it seems like you are the man to talk to about this stuff i have a noob question for you i just got some rims for my 86 its a coupe. i have some 03 15x8 -15 on the rear and 15x7 at 0 at the front i went and got some flears for it by what i have seen here i feel i dont even need it do i? or i just need to roll the fenders and i guess they will have 195 50 all around what do you think of this set up or do i need to change anything?



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 Re: 15x9 -32, 15x10 -25, 15x9 -32 (tenn86) » Reply  Edit


Quote, originally posted by tenn86 »
mr the john it seems like you are the man to talk to about this stuff i have a noob question for you i just got some rims for my 86 its a coupe. i have some 03 15x8 -15 on the rear and 15x7 at 0 at the front i went and got some flears for it by what i have seen here i feel i dont even need it do i? or i just need to roll the fenders and i guess they will have 195 50 all around what do you think of this set up or do i need to change anything?

You are fine with a 15x7 +0 but with your rear, you may need to roll the rear slightly. You definitely will not need any flares for the wheel size you are running. Tire size is fine...I'm running 15x8 -27 front and 15x9 -27 rear but I have custom rear fender work and Vertex front fenders. Good luck!



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