its not too hard to fit wheels on stock metal. you have to at least roll fenders(easy) to get good fitment. 17x9 +25 would be pretty good to fit like a 255 tire.
If you don't want sunken wheels then you have to roll the fenders. By their design, the fenders require the wheels to be sunken.I need to know the biggest wheel size that can fit on a 89' 240sx hatch, WITHOUT rolling fenders and what offset should be bought to atleast not be sunken in.
^ true that. and most shops will rent you a fender roller for cheap. as far as fitment. 17x9 +15 in the rear will look good. not hella poke like everyone likes. just flush with the fender. but check this site out. i really enjoy how informative it is when deciding fitment
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Are you thinking pulling?Nah I don't want to fender roll or use spacers
Woah. We are going to need to see some pics of that shit!i have 19" by 7/12 rims on 215 35 zr tires no rubbing and there is barely enough gap under the strut tower to slide a dollar bill under it the sad thing is there is still about 2 inches of finder gap and until i lower it i will not be happy