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post #1 of 36 Old 08-02-2014, 05:11 AM Thread Starter
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Konig Oversteer Wheels 19x8.5 +45 offset with 245/40/19

Hi everyone!

Here are some pics of my 2014 LX. I put konig oversteer wheels on it. 19x8.5 +45 offset with 245/40/19's.

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Those look really nice, well done!

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Here's another one. Lighting may be a little better to see the detail of the wheels.
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Nice wheels! You should have sprayed (just my opinion,of course) your calipers black when you had the wheels off,now eyes are drawn to the itty bitty,dinky rotors. HB

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Thanks guys! I took a chance buying these wheels sight-unseen. I was afraid they would be too dark. They look dark in the pics but are not as dark in person.

Hot Brass- Yes i agree i need to paint calipers and i plan to soon. I work a lot and was in a hurry to get to work when wheels were installed. I'm going to paint them black next weekend when i start vacation.

I gotta give a shout out to 6speedDee for posting the PERFECT size and offset of wheels and tires for these 9th gen accords. They fit perfect. No rubbing and they are flush.
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Do you plan on dropping in the future? I care not to,but seems that is the thing to do for this car,especially with aftermarket bigger wheels. I don't care for all the headaches associated with a drop,especially when/if it's your summer and winter car,like mine is. HB

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Nice wheels! If you do lower your car it will suck the wheels in a bit. You'll lose a bit of that almost flush look you have now, but not by much. Good job. I'm sure you'll get plenty of compliments.
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HB- While i think lowered cars look good, i am 45yrs old and this is my daily driver. So i doubt i will lower it any. I would rather spend the $1000 spent on coilovers on other mods. I think it looks fine the way it is. Yours looks very nice as well HB.
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HB- While i think lowered cars look good, i am 45yrs old and this is my daily driver. So i doubt i will lower it any. I would rather spend the $1000 spent on coilovers on other mods. I think it looks fine the way it is. Yours looks very nice as well HB.
I agree about lowering. Thanks for the thumbs up! HB

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HB- While i think lowered cars look good, i am 45yrs old and this is my daily driver. So i doubt i will lower it any. I would rather spend the $1000 spent on coilovers on other mods. I think it looks fine the way it is. Yours looks very nice as well HB.
Would you mind posting a few more side profile shots....it's hard to see the tires/fender gap with the lighting. I'm interested in the same setup size wise w/o lowering as well, just wanted to get a better idea of what it'll look like. Thanks in advance!
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HB- While i think lowered cars look good, i am 45yrs old and this is my daily driver. So i doubt i will lower it any. I would rather spend the $1000 spent on coilovers on other mods. I think it looks fine the way it is. Yours looks very nice as well HB.

Age has nothing to do with it. Nothing wrong if lowering an Accord is not your thing

Although it would look good lowered
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Whitsel7- I'll see if I can get some better pics up for you today.
Fyi- this setup is only about a half inch larger in diameter than the factory setup.
So it didn't really eat up anymore wheel well space.

Whitsel7- Here you go.
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Looks good! Nice looking wheel.


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