i'm looking to put 18" rims on my eclipse. its a 98 Eclipse GS. What all will i need to do to make them fit?? will i need new chamber's, etc. what all would i need??
youlle need to know the right lug count, the spacing of the lugs, and probably the width of the rim,,, other than that i dont know
is your car lowered?
all of the above...a camber kit for the front rear suspention properly installed will keep youre tires alligend better to inforce even tread wear and prevent excessive tread wear..Its worth the extra money seeing how youll probably spend double that on replacement tires in the future....
Why would he need a camber kit just to install larger wheels? A larger wheel won't affect the alignment but lowering will. BTW, this is another thread that's over two years old. I don't think he cares anymore.
why wouldn't rasing the car effect aligment?.....i thought it did?...
I don't see anywhere in his post where it says the car is lowered or raised. All he asked about was installing 18" wheels. That's it.
If your getting bigger rims, dont you have to get diffrent tires too because it wont match the bigger rim. The sidewall gets smaller as you put a bigger rim on it so the length from sidewall to sidewall has to get longer.
Wow, you made a brakethrough there :thumbs: