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Old 19 Oct 2008, 01:01 am
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Default Would 20 inch rims fit a 1995 Honda Civic Coupe EX?

Rims are 5 lug universal
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Old 19 Oct 2008, 01:16 am
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I hope not. It's not gonna look good if that's what you're after. Poor old 4 banger engine with a 20 inch rims....
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Old 19 Oct 2008, 01:31 am
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No~ I don't think you could go above 16 or 17. Why would you want to go that big? You might be able to with a lift kit but still, where are you going with this project?
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Old 19 Oct 2008, 01:46 am
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no please dont do this, not only wont it not fit, but it will make your civic look horrible, and not only that but it will knock your camber off making you eat your tires up in very very very quick. and you dont want to be buying tires every 4 months, especially not for 20 with that thin wall, expensive, useless, unnesesary.get some nice jdms 15, 2 piece rims, and drop it with tien suspension with camber kit,...or atleast rota's
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Old 19 Oct 2008, 02:16 am
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besides the fact that you can't find tires small enough to keep from throwing the speedo/odo/gear ratio all to hell, your car has 4 bolt pattern, so these five bolt wheels will not fit.
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Please don't do it the only girls you'll pull are low class hood rats and you'll also mess up your suspension and the body of the car and it will look horrible
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Old 19 Oct 2008, 02:46 am
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That would look truly ridiculous. I would not recommend going any larger than an18" rim. That would suit the lines of the car a lot better. 20" is just pushing the envelope too far.
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Old 19 Oct 2008, 03:01 am
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nope,19 is the bigest that will fit and ur car is 4 lug not 5 lug...
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Old 19 Oct 2008, 03:16 am
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Well, your honda civic coupe is a four lug...so those rims wouldn't fit anyway. But, the only question I have for you putting 20's on a civic...is WHY?
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