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Old 09-24-2006, 09:33 PM   #1
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Questions about getting HX rims for 99 civic.

I know the HX rims will fit my 99 civic. Currently I have 185/65/14 tires on my stock rims.

Will these tires fit the HX rims???
I don't want to buy new tires for the HX rims.

Also where can I find some HX rims for $200-250???
I need 4 HX rims.
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Old 09-24-2006, 09:36 PM   #2
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Ought to fit, look on ebay and honda-tech, or any place you'd expect to find honda rims for sale.
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Old 09-25-2006, 04:13 AM   #3
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I need to know for sure. I need to buy new rear tires next month and don't have money for rims yet.
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Old 09-25-2006, 08:55 AM   #4
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I need to know for sure. I need to buy new rear tires next month and don't have money for rims yet.
You need to know for sure? Here is an easy test:

Are they both 14 inch Honda rims?

Then they should fit.

Another test. Take 30 seconds and go to tirerack.com. Put in a Civic HX as your vehicle. From there you can find out what the stock tire size is.

185/65-14
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they will fit perfectly

to fnid the rims, check ebay and honda-tech
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they will fit. no questions.
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ok the tires are the same. Any recommendations for LRR tires besides the turanzas??

Everybody complains they suck and they score low.
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lrr != performance != comfort
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I know the HX rims will fit my 99 civic. Currently I have 185/65/14 tires on my stock rims.

Will these tires fit the HX rims???
I don't want to buy new tires for the HX rims.

Also where can I find some HX rims for $200-250???
I need 4 HX rims.
yes the tires will fit, same size as the hx runs.
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