Going back with sawblades

peer648

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Hi everyone, i'm thinking about going back on my stock wheels, sawblades ! Wanted to know, for them too fit perfectly, How much spacer do I need and what size tire should i get ? thank you, would love too see some pictures
 

JDMMA70

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a 5 or 7mm spacer. 225s are pretty much your only option. 245s and 255s start to balloon on the stock wheels.
 

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too bad you live canada (well because of distance) I have a set that I hate toss.
 

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When I eventually lower my car I'll probably going to be keeping the saw blades on for a while I am thinking of going 15mm in front and 20mm in the rear.
 

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Did you weld on a wider section to the wheel?
That looks very strange for a sawblade. Much wider than just a stretched tire can go.
 

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They have been changed to 18's. looks good in person.
 

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Updated Original Sawblades. Powder coated black, machined the surface, powder coated clear. The classic look--now ready for the next 30 years.

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