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Hi guys im looking at buying some JDM WORK Equip 03 wheels for my 4 door sedan. Its about 1900$ brand new shipped from japan which is abit but used ones are close to 1500$ so may aswell get new.

My question is whats the most agressive offset i can use front and back without having to use flares. I am happy to roll the guard.

Im looking at 14inch wheel

Was thinking

14x7 0 offset front

14x7 -6 offset at the rear

Not sire if 8 inch and less off set would be better for the rear or keep them 7 inch.

Also is 7 inch to wide for the fronts?

Is 0 offset ok for the front? What about slightly negative offset?

Trying to go for the deepest dish look possible
Whats a good way to work out what offset will fit before ordering wheels?

Also i will be adding s13 front rotors and brakes if the makes any difference to the offset and will add some camber tops to the strut to get negative camber

Some suggestions and advice would be great before i qorder rims that dont fit!

Thanks!

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this was 15x8 +0 on the back and 15x7 +0 on the front with 195/50s all round
Gaurds were lipped and slightly pumped out. The steps in the rear inner wheel well were also hammered out for clearance. A 4dr sedan will probably have a bit less clearance in the back wheel well.
It also had S13 discs over the top of the standard 120Y hubs which are effectively 8mm spacers on the front
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Do you think you would be able to run rims with more negative offset or is it already very close?

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I would realy love a look like this but i have no idea what offser and width rims they are.

https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/425730971013225622/

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Im running 16x9 -13 rear and 16x8 0 fronts I dont think you will get anything wider than a 7 inch rim without body mods and coilovers but

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Hey man that sounds amazing
Have you got any pictures?

Also how did you end up getting them to fit. What mods did you need.

Roll the guards? Is it standard width diff.

I found some info on a guy running
14x8-2 on the front and 14x8-12 on rears not sure what was done to fit them.

Im thinking of going
14x7-2 front and 14x8-12 rears

I am going to put coilover sleeves on and make some camber caster tops.

But will also run s13 brakes which means it will space of the front by 8mm acording to l18_b110.

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Hi mate I find it hard to load pics here theirs some in mu ozdat thread or if you have instagram have a look at @jetdat_120y

All 4 guards have been flared and the diff shortened slightly. Im also running coilovers and camber tops to tuck the fronts in

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Do you think you would be able to run rims with more negative offset or is it already very close?


It was pretty close, but it all depends what wheel and tyre widths too.
This was 14x6 +8 and 6.5" +0 Enkie Easyriders with 15mm spacers. So effectively 14x6 -7 and 14x6.5 -15. Think it had puny little 175 tyres too
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