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Old 03 Jan 2010, 07:16 am
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Default what size ar original honda civic wheels for a 96 5 door?

the aftermarket alloys need changing and i want to bring it back to original spec there ar 13" wheels on it now.whats the original factory size .its a 1996 5 door 1.4 civic.ps has anyone any idea of what milage i should be gettin at the moment after a full service im gettin around 160miles to a full thank (around 45 liters) while Driving around a town .is this average or is she thirsty lol
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Old 03 Jan 2010, 07:31 am
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sticker on drivers door state tire and wheel size an dyour mileage might not be anything about your wheels unless they big wide ones more that somethingb need replacing in motor like a tune up maybe or a fuel treatment should be gettting around 300 miles to a tank
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Old 03 Jan 2010, 07:46 am
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160 is a bit on the low side but it is getting on a bit now so will not be as efficient as when it was new or as good as a modern car. About 200 all town work might be nearer the mark and maybe 300 out of town at cruising speeds.















Sorry cannot help on the wheel size but i would have thought it would have had 13 inch on it anyway.















Remember when choosing new wheels they have to be not only the correct diameter but also the correct width, offset, mounting hole numbers, bore size (or with adaptor if too big) and the mounting holes have to be on the right pitch circle diameter.















You will find some really cheap ones on here but 14 inch though - http://www.alloywheels.com/search.as...keywords=4x100 et35,4x100 et37,4x100 et38,4x100 et40,4x100 et42,4x100 et45,4x100/56-1 et45&strSort=Low&Make=Honda&Model=Civic >00
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Old 03 Jan 2010, 08:01 am
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i thought the stock was 12? lmfao but i dnt know, i never really payed attention to the stock rims
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i believe they come factory 14" rims. tires should be 195-60-14.
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