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    I am redoing my honda civic 2001 ; paint job n all suspension works.
    My mind is clicking me to change the wheels as well
    Is it recommended to switch to 17" ???
    In terms of Fuel consumption,driving comfort & for suspension life ??

    Experts Please help

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    17" may not fit in, with passengers loaded it will scrub the body and over the curve front will be really hard killing suspension very regularly @Spano @babarhyd Honda users....
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    17s will fit with wheels profile 205/40 other wise wheels will touch the fenders
    This will directly effect you suspension, bushes will worn out faster, fuel average will be decrease, driving will be hard and you feel every single bump inside whether you're using lowering springs or coils
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassan1991 View Post
    17s will fit with wheels profile 205/40 other wise wheels will touch the fenders
    This will directly effect you suspension, bushes will worn out faster, fuel average will be decrease, driving will be hard and you feel every single bump inside whether you're using lowering springs or coils
    Stock suspension

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedwasiq View Post
    Stock suspension

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    It will look super awkward without lowering
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    Install genuine Honda Rim 15". No road clearance issues or anything. The larger the rims, larger the tires, larger the contact area with road and larger the petrol consumption.

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