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  1. p.diddy
    03-22-2013 10:51 AM - permalink
    Pretty like the term states. To fit a 10.5 or higher you have to pull the fender lips out to fit it. It's not impossible to fit. There's a member that did it years ago. The biggest to fit without major work is a 10. Even still you have to have the right offset. Check my stance acquired thread for my cl. I got a bunch of different wheel setups and specs.
  2. Fort Worth CL-6
    03-21-2013 11:21 PM - permalink
    Yea I looked at your Cl thread, NSX ...... Nice what does pulling fenders entitle? Just curious, and relocating bumper tabs ? What's that all about ? I need to just crawl under my car and check it out
  3. p.diddy
    03-21-2013 11:23 AM - permalink
    the most i would go is 10 in the rear with a 225/40 tire. 10.5 you need to pull fenders. for offsets i need to look at my old CL build thread. i have a nsx now so ive kind of forgot a lot of CL info i knew. i used to run 18x9 and 18x10 on my CL.

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