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Old 01 Jul 2013, 08:01 pm
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Default Would the Rota SVN Carbon Black Rims Fit a 1990 Honda CRX DX?

So, I found these rims that i really like on Andy Auto Sport website and i would like to know if these rims would fit on my, 1990 Honda CRX DX, It says " Fits on 82-89 CRX " but im looking under 88-91 CRX Parts... here are some specs of the rims, Finish Carbon Black















Size 17" x 7.5"















Offset 40mm















Bolt Pattern 4 x 100















































I would just like to know if these rims would fit the CRX without doing custom ajustments.
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Old 01 Jul 2013, 08:18 pm
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They would bolt on, but they would look ridiculous. A CRX on 17" wheels looks like 20" wheels on everything else. That would be your only problem.
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