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Unsure about what size wheels will fit your car? We've done guides for some of the most frequently asked about cars and started with wheel fitments.

Standard - This means that the wheels will bolt straight to your car, with no arch rubbing or clearance problems. This is of course dependant on using the correct size tyre and ride height.

Modified - By this we mean an arch roll, no structural change to the shape of the arch, just removing the inner lip to give you more clearance for wider wheels, or larger tyres.

Extreme fit - To fit the widest of wheel and tyre combinations, you'll need to "flare" or "pull" the arches. This means making the bodywork wider by stretching the arches out. Bodykits are also covered in this section.

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BMW E36 3 Series M3 & Non-M (1990-2000) BMW E36 /linkhere/ E46 3 Series Non-M (2000-2006) /linkhere/ E90, E91 & E92 3 Series M3 & Non-M (2004-2013) /linkhere/ E39 5 Series M5 & Non-M (1995-2003) /linkhere/ Mini R53 (2001-2006) /linkhere/ Mazda MX-5 MK1 & MK2 NA (1989-1997), NB (1998-2005) /linkhere/ RX-7 FC3S (1985-1992), FD3S (1992-2002) /linkhere/ RX-8 SE3P (2003-2012) /linkhere/ Nissan Silvia 200SX (PS13, 180SX) S13 (1989-1998) /linkhere/ Silvia 200SX (Zenkei, Kouki) S14 (1993-2000) /linkhere/ Silvia 200SX S15 (1999-2002) /linkhere/ Skyline R32 GTR & GTS-T (1989-2004) /linkhere/ Skyline R33 GTR & GTS-T (1993-1998) /linkhere/ Skyline R34 GTR & GTT (1999-2002) /linkhere/ GTR R35 GT-R (2007-Present) /linkhere/ 350z Z33 & Fairlady (2002-2009) /linkhere/ 300ZX Z32 & Fairlady (1989-2000) /linkhere/ Honda Civic (5th Gen) EG (1991-1996) /linkhere/ Civic (6th Gen) EK(1996-2000) /linkhere/ Civic (7th Gen) EP3 (2001-2006) /linkhere/ S2000 AP1/AP2 (1999-2009) /linkhere/ Ford Fiesta MK7 (2008-2017) /linkhere/ Lexus GS300 JZS161 (1991-2005) /linkhere/ IS200 SXE10 (1998-2005) /linkhere/ Mitsubishi Evo IV CN9A (1996-1998) /linkhere/ Evo V & VI CP9A (1998-2001) /linkhere/ Evo VII, VIII & IX CT9A (2001-2008) /linkhere/ Evo X CZ4A (2007-2016) /linkhere/ Subaru Impreza (Classic) GC8 (1992-2000) /linkhere/ Impreza (New Age) GD8 - Bug/Blob/Hawk (2000-2007) /linkhere/ Impreza (Hatch) GRB (2007-2014) /linkhere/ BRZ ZC6 (2012-Present) /linkhere/ Toyota Altezza SXE10 (1998-2005) /linkhere/ Chaser JZ90/100 (1996-2001) /linkhere/ Soarer Z30 (1991-2000) /linkhere/ GT86 ZN6 (2012-Present) /linkhere/ Aristo JZS161 (1991-2005) /linkhere/ MR2 SW20 (1989-1999) /linkhere/ Supra (MK3) JZA70 (1986-1993) /linkhere/ Supra (MK4) JZA80 (1993-2002) /linkhere/

Fitment Guides from Driftworks

Unsure about what size wheels will fit your car? We've done guides for some of the most frequently asked about cars and started with wheel fitments.

Standard - This means that the wheels will bolt straight to your car, with no arch rubbing or clearance problems. This is of course dependant on using the correct size tyre and ride height.

Modified - By this we mean an arch roll, no structural change to the shape of the arch, just removing the inner lip to give you more clearance for wider wheels, or larger tyres.

Extreme fit - To fit the widest of wheel and tyre combinations, you'll need to "flare" or "pull" the arches. This means making the bodywork wider by stretching the arches out. Bodykits are also covered in this section.

There's more to come. If there's a specific car you'd like to see featured, just let us know

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BMW E46 M3
Mitsubishi Evo V - IX
Nissan 200SX S14 Silvia
Nissan Skyline R32/33/34
Subaru Impreza
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