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Hi folks!
These wheels would fill up the oversize wheel-wells and look awesome on my '16 Civic Touring.
The e-bay "fitment" wizard says they will not fit.
What do you folks say?
Thanks!
 

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That'll actually look quite good man. I'm always fond of rocking another set of oem rims, especially bigger ones and those are quite fitting. Still looks original but gives it an oem+ look.

But they'll definitely fit, there's no way you'll have an issue with them
 

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I doubt it. Being oem spec and the civic not having anything that would make it difficult, i.e a big brake kit, it should be straight on there. The bore would be the same along with bolt patter so it should be good to go
 

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What do you guys think about these HFP wheels? Starting to think they'll look good on the 10th Civic, coupe or sedan, even the upcoming hatch:

 

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What do you guys think about these HFP wheels? Starting to think they'll look good on the 10th Civic, coupe or sedan, even the upcoming hatch:
Those will definitely look good on the 10th. Kinda remind me of vossens for some strangely odd reason... anyone else ?
 

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I own a 2016 Accord Sport and was wondering the same thing.Can I swap the wheels from my EX-T on to the Accord without any issues.My wife drives the Accord and could care less about how the wheels look.
 

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might want to see if they (civic EXT wheels) will clear the brakes on the accord. if they do, go for it.
 

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From Civic to Accord there shouldn't be an issue but ultimately you want to check the bolt pattern, center bore size... to see if it will mount on the hub properly and then make sure the size of the wheel will clear the brake caliper and rotor.
 

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I own a 16 Accord Sport with 19 inch wheels and might just try this on my EX-T.The Sport does have larger brakes then the Lower trim models from what I've read though.Id like to compare total wheel circumference between the two.
 

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If the bolt pattern, center bore and all that check out, if you have a jack just take some time and try mounting it to see what happens. Sometimes you'll end up with a small gap between the caliper and barrel of the wheel. can't wait to see how that will look.
 
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