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Ok, can i get the last and final answer on if these wheels fit without the use of spacers on a DX sedan??
The wheels are the 07 tsx 17x7 rounded 9 spokes, offset +55!

I know that the SI wheels hit the calipers, but is this because of the actual styling of the rim or the offset , or will all 17x7 +45 offset wheels hit the calipers on a DX sedan???

Someone one please confirm, how well the tsx wheels will fit, because im about to buy a set and dont want to find out after i get tires and mount them
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I don't know that anyone's mounted them on a DX. I've heard of them on an EX sedan, and they were fine. So, YMMV.
 

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Yah, well DX/EX/LX should all be the same.
The difference should be coupe and sedan.
More curious as to why they fit, while SI wheels rub slightly
 

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crazy, dumbasSI, what size tires were u running on those tsx wheels, looks good.
the 215s, or 205s???
 

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I have the TSX wheels on my civic sedan. They do look good, they stick in the fender too much for my liking. I'm looking to get some TL wheels.
 

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More curious as to why they fit, while SI wheels rub slightly
It's because the Si caliper brackets on the front wheels are farther away from the hub due to the fact that the Si has bigger front brake rotors. I don't have any rubbing with Si wheels on my FA1.
 
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