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Just got these yesterday.

Wheels:
KMC KM707 20” - On the logo, the half of the K & MC is the same gray as my Passport and the other half of the K is the red my calipers will be painted next week!

Tires:
Michelin - Pilot (🤣) Sport All Season - 275/45/R20 - they’ve got about 3/4” rim guard!

My local Huntington Beach Honda/Acura specialists shop, Autowave has the OEM’s if you are interested in buying them...

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Just got these yesterday.

Wheels:
KMC KM707 20” - On the logo, the half of the K & MC is the same gray as my Passport and the other half of the K is the red my calipers will be painted next week!

Tires:
Michelin - Pilot (🤣) Sport All Season - 275/45/R20 - they’ve got about 3/4” rim guard!

My local Huntington Beach Honda/Acura specialists shop, Autowave has the OEM’s if you are interested in buying them...
looking good! Thoughts and prayers. 😂
 

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RIMS:
Brand: RTX
Model: Contour
Part #: 081629
Color: Gunmetal Machined
Bolt Pattern: 5x120
Diameter: 17"
Width: 7.5"
Offset: 35

TIRES:
Brand: Toyo
Model: Observe GSi-5
Size: 245/65R17

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Looks great! I think you are the first here to go with 17" wheels, please update us after you have driven them for a while!
 

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FOR RIMS: Things like the Brand, the Model, Rim Colors, Diameter, Width, and prices paid

FOR TIRES: Brand, Model, color (just joking) Sizes and prices paid

It would help a lot of us out who are on the fence about swapping out the stock rims...
Don't know much about tires & rims, but suppose I was ok with the stock rims: say I wanted to go with a 19 inch tire that was wider than the 265 stock, is that doable without buying new rims?
 

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The Width can be changed a little bit as can the tire Height, but if you change Tire Size (17", 18", 19") you will need new rims... cheers!
 

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Looks great! I think you are the first here to go with 17" wheels, please update us after you have driven them for a while!
No love man....

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Wheels: Petrol P1B, matte black
Size: 17x8
Offset: 35
Load rating: 1700 lbs
Weight: 23 lbs

Tires: Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S
Size: 255/65-17
Weight: 36 lbs
 

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I went with a 265/50r20 Toyo at 2. Ride feels alittle stiffer. Low road noise though. Don't do any rock crawling but alot of gravel and pot holed forest service roads in western Washington. No rubbing. Got at Discount tire for $204 a piece.
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These look really good! Glad you kept the stock wheels. I happen to like the stock wheels in grey or black, I don't know what it is but with few exceptions, silver or chrome wheels OEM or aftermarket transform the PP from awesomeness to grandma mobile. Like I said a few exceptions but to me Honda nailed it with the dark wheels.Good choice Chad1983!

 

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Rims: 18" rims that are 8.5" wide with a 35 mm offset (TSW Sebring in matte black). Price each rim $224 + $45 for Tire Pressure Monitoring + $20 splined lug nuts (subtotal $289)

Tires: Michelin Latitude X-Ice Xi2 winter tires (245/60/R18). Price $200.

The ride is a bit softer than OEM 20" rims and tires but still quiet and smooth.
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Going to do the Jsport leveling kit. I ride a lot of backwoods roads in AK but will also use as a commuter. Looking at 18s. Will need lots of traction and ground clearance. Probably going to go with Hancook I Pikes maybe studded. What size will be optimal?
 
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