16x7 0 Offset fitment

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16x7 0 Offset fitment

Postby supdawk on Mon, 31 Aug 2020 5:59 +0000

Gday guys
Looking to put on some 16x7 0 offset wheels on my 06 SR and have a few questions regarding the fitment and if it'll rub/foul on anything.
Car currently is on stock suspension and have no flares(flares are on the cards).
What size tyres do you guys reccommend for the setup and if there will be mad "poke" without the flares


Cheers in advance boys









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Re: 16x7 0 Offset fitment

Postby HK1837 on Mon, 31 Aug 2020 6:45 +0000

0 offset won’t be legal. Wheels are 30P standard. Pretty sure the most you can change track by is 50mm, so 25mm each side meaning 5P minimum.

7.5” rims with 30P offset and 265 tyres only just fit the tread under the guards with no flares, the sidewalls stick out. I think others here have said 245 wide work better. Maybe try some at a tyre shop first if they’ll let you.
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Re: 16x7 0 Offset fitment

Postby supdawk on Tue, 01 Sep 2020 12:58 +0000

HK1837 wrote:0 offset won’t be legal. Wheels are 30P standard. Pretty sure the most you can change track by is 50mm, so 25mm each side meaning 5P minimum.

7.5” rims with 30P offset and 265 tyres only just fit the tread under the guards with no flares, the sidewalls stick out. I think others here have said 245 wide work better. Maybe try some at a tyre shop first if they’ll let you.


Thanks mate.
Would 16x7 +25 with either 245 or 255 tyre fit better?
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