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Old 06-27-2005, 01:56 PM
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Hi everyone, I had a question anout my wheels and tires and I was hoping someone could help. I have an 05 Camry LE and I want to upgrade to 17' wheels with tires to fit, how do I know if these will fit on my car? Thanks for you help..
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Old 06-27-2005, 05:15 PM
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Default RE: wheel and tire size

well, they have to have the same bolt pattern, and have to have enough offset backspacing to fit around the brake calipers. as for tires, you can just buy tires that will amount to roughly the same diameter and width. do you have a rim and tire size in mind?
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17" will looks small on gen5......18"-20" will looks really nice on gen5.....gen5 bolt pattern is 5x114.3 not sure about offset ...for tires u can used 215/50/17
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Old 06-29-2005, 04:21 PM
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what size are your rims and tires trd?
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my rims is 18x8 and 225/40/18 tire....
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Old 09-05-2005, 06:23 PM
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i have a gen5 also..and i was gonna go for 18's till someone told me 17's would be much better...but you're saying that on a gen5 18's will be better, right?
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y 17 is better than 18.....i think gen 5 need 20"
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I recently bought 17x7 Racing Hart C2s and I'm planning on wrappin' it with the Yokohama H4s 225/55/17.. In my opinion... 17's are better because you get a decent life for the tires you spill money on.. for me, the 50 series and over for the H4s comes with a 500 treadwear rating and it should be able to do 55,000-60,000 easy...18's ride hard! LoL.
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Most tire sites on the net tell you what rims fit your car.They will tell you if the bolt pattern and offset matchup.
Ex( tirerack.com) tirerack.com lets you see the rims on your car
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