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Most tables / charts you look at indicate a 215 on an 8" would be the minimum allowable width. This table indicates the ideal tire widths for an 8 would be 225 or 235 (and max being 245). My guess would be that they might look a tiny bit stretched.

Not sure about those rims though, Will they fit?

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Most tables / charts you look at indicate a 215 on an 8" would be the minimum allowable width. This table indicates the ideal tire widths for an 8 would be 225 or 235 (and max being 245). My guess would be that they might look a tiny bit stretched.

Not sure about those rims though, Will they fit?

Cheers
Hmm, ok. I was trying to find one of those charts but I couldn’t so thanks. Eventually i’m going to buy some Aerogenics Lift Spacers, I was looking at a section of their website showing examples of people’s CR-V’s and listing their tire size, rim size, and spacer size. Nothing looked stretched to me and it seems to be a common tire/wheel size combo, but I ask here because you all know much more than me.

take a look: 1997-01 Lifted CR-V Examples
 

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Hmm, ok. I was trying to find one of those charts but I couldn’t so thanks. Eventually i’m going to buy some Aerogenics Lift Spacers, I was looking at a section of their website showing examples of people’s CR-V’s and listing their tire size, rim size, and spacer size. Nothing looked stretched to me and it seems to be a common tire/wheel size combo, but I ask here because you all know much more than me.

take a look: 1997-01 Lifted CR-V Examples
I agree, those tires don't look stretched. Probably the biggest reason for that would be the large sidewall / profile. With that much tire, they are going to kind of 'push out' unless u put like a million psi in them! Haha.

Cheers, put up some pics when yer done.
 

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I agree, those tires don't look stretched. Probably the biggest reason for that would be the large sidewall / profile. With that much tire, they are going to kind of 'push out' unless u put like a million psi in them! Haha.

Cheers, put up some pics when yer done.
Definitely will! Thank you for the help and second opinion.
 
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