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will the 17's off my gf's car fit mine its a 95 honda civic and my car is a 2002 hyundai accent??? i couldnt get the rims to fit last time i tried so r they the same bolt patttern???
 

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yes, both cars bolt pattern is a 4x100. You need spacers for the back though, offsets which is the width of the rim may be different
 

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you will need spacers depending on a few variables. If your car is lowered.. or the tire size itself. I had 17" rims on my car (god awful) and they fit just fine (not lowered). But I forget what size tire I had. Do a search of tire sizes people fit on the Accent.
 

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I have 17x7" rims on my car with 205/40r17 tires and its the closest you can get to stock diameter so your speedos not screwed up. Its off be like .01" so its cool.
 

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Yep as above, but some people(like ME) get rubbing probs at first. I solved em with a jigsaw,file and ultra hard suspension,sways and big ump stops. Lifts wheels ALL the time HAHAHAHAAHA,so much fun...
 

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Izapyou[body]You need spacers for the back though, offsets which is the width of the rim may be different [/body]
Where would I get spacers? If I have a +36 offset will I need the spacers? My car isn't lowered but I don't want to have to butcher my wheel wells.
 
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