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EfSedanDX

Are 13's/14's in the front and 15's in the back really bad?

pretty much what the title says.

i might be able to come up on 2 gsr blade rims and was wondering if i ran them in the back and kept my steelies in the front would that be bad?
89 LX SOHC ZC

That was one of the old skool trends of the 90s but it was usualy done with 17s you would be ok.
89ef2

I remeber back in '99 my brother had a 91 sedan with 16's enkei and had to run it that way because he would always have bubbles in his tires... Man I thought his car was the sh!t back then with only an welded exhaust and rims with a system... i thought the rims were huge back them because they would rub....Wish I had pics of it
C-Rex

Cant see any problem at all running different sizes front to back hence Im doing it on mine:



15x8 rear
14x6.5 front


I see some of the time attack cars run 16s front and 15s rear and most drift cars run bigger wider rear wheels compared to the front//

Only think I would not reccommend is different sizes on each side  as this can cause problems with tracking the road and diff problems cars too
EfSedanDX

89 LX SOHC ZC wrote:
That was one of the old skool trends of the 90s but it was usualy done with 17s you would be ok.


yeah i member a lot of cars being run like that back in the day but 17's would be too big for my car. trust me i tried hahaha
EfSedanDX

89ef2 wrote:
I remeber back in '99 my brother had a 91 sedan with 16's enkei and had to run it that way because he would always have bubbles in his tires... Man I thought his car was the sh!t back then with only an welded exhaust and rims with a system... i thought the rims were huge back them because they would rub....Wish I had pics of it


too bad no pix. i member when i was younger and my brother would take me for rides in his civics and integra. man those cars were hella clean to me. wish i had a chance to drive them back then especially his CRX with a b16.
EfSedanDX

C-Rex wrote:
Cant see any problem at all running different sizes front to back hence Im doing it on mine:



15x8 rear
14x6.5 front


I see some of the time attack cars run 16s front and 15s rear and most drift cars run bigger wider rear wheels compared to the front//

Only think I would not reccommend is different sizes on each side  as this can cause problems with tracking the road and diff problems cars too


oh trust me i think that would be common sense that you're supposed to have to same sizes for the back two tires and same sizes for the front two tires.

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