Here goes. I have a set of aftermarket wheels on my '07 EX-L 2WD.
It rolls on 24x10 inch wheels on 275/25/ZR24s.
Gad - why are you using PhotoBucket? All I see are blurry pictures.Wheels are Sport Addition KV5 from Tire Rack. 17x8 with 45mm offset. Just transferred the OEM Continentals and used the valve stems and TPMS units from the OEM Alloy wheels. No TPMS issues or any type of reset required. OEM wheels are up for bid on eBay.
In Addition to what Mike points out, back in 2008 websites like this one didn't allow you to upload pics, so you had to use sites like photobucket. Now that storage is so much cheaper, many sites have the space for photos.Well, back in 2008, when that post was made, Photo Bucket was the best. Photo Bucket has since gotten greedy.
Red or yellow would be cool, but this is a work car, need to keep it low key. Checking the rotor/brake conditions is real easy all the way around!Very nice wheels, very open look, not cluttered up with spokes.👍👍 Have you thought about a splash of color on the calipers?
Huge improvement. Makes it look a few years younger.Just installed some wheels on my 2004. They are 17" Honda Crossover wheels replacing my old 15" steelies.
And here is a pic for comparison (stock 15" steelies in the back) LOL