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Old 02-08-2014, 08:54 PM   #1
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15x7??

I might be getting some Enkei 92 rims that are 15x7 et19 (getting them cheap) and I was wondering if 15x7 are to small they're going on a 2003 se, I will be getting the Raceland coilovers so I will be lowering it. I just want to know if they will clear the rotors and calipers up front and when I lower it will there still be a wheel gap with the 15s, thank you.



Also if anybody has any pictures with 15x7 on there cars would be greatly appreciated


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Old 02-08-2014, 08:57 PM   #2
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Stock size on the focus is 15x6 so they will clear everything up front, as for wheel gap it all depends on tire size and how low you go with coilovers.
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Old 02-08-2014, 09:16 PM   #3
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What offset is best for a flush look? I don't want the rims to poke out and this is my first time getting rims for my car, i just got the car like 4 months ago and realized its not very easy to get rims for this car lol and found these and liked them so just trying to make sure there the right rims
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I use the Enkei 92's with 195/50 tires. They clear the stock brakes just fine. Mine stick out about an inch. I can't post pics from my tablet though.
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What offset are you running on yours?
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I'm not sure. They're put away for the winter and I never did check the markings on the wheels. I like the way they look, so I never bothered to check.
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Would the 19 offset be a more flush look or a poke look?
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Poke, stock offset is 49 IIRC most guys run 42-45 offset.
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