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Dropping to 17" rims for winter tires, don't know offset for 2024 Integra A-Spec Elite

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Thought my old 16" winters from my 2017 Accord would fit, but they don't, either rim size or offset. Found a guy selling 215/50R17s from a 2009 Mazda 5 (tires are not 14 years old, just the rims). I think they are 40-45 offset, but I am not sure, nor is the seller. I think my 235/40R18s are 42-50 offset, please correct me if I am wrong.

Killing me trying to figure out what offset I need and what offset tire/rim packages for sale are. Decent rims and 80% tread tires for $500 seem a WAY better deal to me than the $2,500 package the dealer is pushing on me.

All for a 2024 Integra A-Spec Elite.

Thanks in advance!
 

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I’ve owned several Mazdas over the years and I believe the bolt pattern/spacing is common with the A-Spec. The Type S has a different bolt pattern than the Integra base and A-Spec.

On another note, what is an “Elite” trim level. The only one I have seen is the Tech on the ASpec.
 
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Bolt pattern is the same, rim and tire size will fit. I just have a feeling the Mazda has a weird offset.

In Canada we have the A-Spec, A-Spec Elite and A-Spec Elite MT. Totally different from the US, I believe. They have Integra, A-Spec, and then the CVT and manual A-Spec Technology. Maybe it is equivalent to the Tech, not sure. Stupid to have different naming conventions.

Looks like all A-Specs, US or Canada, have the same 235/40 R18 tires and 18x8 rims.
 

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Should work but why not keep eye on Honda or Acura rims w winter tires? Hub bore size is guaranteed to fit so no risk of off centre mounting resulting in out of balance drive?
 
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This set is a good deal. But I am just not feeling comfortable enough. I bugged some dealers and tire shops and it seems like this is what I am looking at:

Acura current wheels:
Rims: 18x8
Tires: 235/40 R18
Offset: +50
Centre bore: 64.1mm

The winters:
Rims 17x6
Tires: 215/50 R17
Offset: +52
Centre bore: 67.1mm

According to tiresize.com everything should be fine, but I am not sure what the larger centre bore means.

Probably smarter to just pay a bit more for something from Honda/Acura.
 

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You'll have to use a centering ring so the bore of the wheel is adapted to the bore on the car.
 
 


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