Last Updated: 01/10/99
This article is a compilation of various contributors' experiences and opinions on different aftermarket wheels. It is broken-down by manufacturer.
Please note that the contributors' experiences are generally with the wheels on various model year Integras. However, the information can be applied to the same wheel across various sizes on different vehicles.
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About Wheel Offset
Offset is the distance in mm between the centerline of the wheel and the
mounting surface of the wheel.
Stock wheels for the 94+ Integras are 15 x 6.0 with 45mm offset.
Generally, if you increase the width of the wheel by 0.5", you want to
subtract 0.5"/2 x 25.4mm/inch or about 6mm offset. This perserves the intended
wheel geometry. However, there are some limitations, due to interference with
the shape of the fenders and possibly other components:
From: Wisrute Buddhari (email@example.com)
Warning: For those who are looking for rims for your (lowered) Integra, try
to stay away from anything wider than 7 inch with 35mm offset (use 38-40mm), or
your tires may rub the fenders! Stick with 205 tires, if you want to go real
Or, you can try rolling the fender lip. See Rolling the Fender Lip for