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They look awfully snug to the wheel wells so please let us know if you have any problems with rubbing.

What kinds (weights) of loads do you carry?
 

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Can you post a picture of how much they stick out the side? I saw some 225 40 R18 on an NV200 a few days ago in person and they stuck way out but it might just have been the wheel offset.

Looks much better than stock!!!!
 

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I purchased the wheels and tires from Discount Tire Direct. In my opinion the fit is perfect. There is no rubbing whats so ever even under a full lock turn over a speed bump. In fact there is additional room to spare before they would rub. The load rating on these tires is greater than the stock tires so there is no issue there.
 

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I purchased the wheels and tires from Discount Tire Direct. In my opinion the fit is perfect. There is no rubbing whats so ever even under a full lock turn over a speed bump. In fact there is additional room to spare before they would rub. The load rating on these tires is greater than the stock tires so there is no issue there.
Thanks for telling. I had thought that the stock wheels/tires were-what-they-were because of the wheel wells or springs/suspension or some such i.e. that larger would rub.

So why don't we all do this? Oh, that's right, the matter of the odometer and trip computer offsets. I've not found anyone yet that knows if Nissan can correct this, much less an individual with computing skills....

The load rating on these tires is greater than the stock tires so there is no issue there.
I had asked what loads you carry because if you don't ever carry heavy loads then you wouldn't necessarily be able to tell us about rubbing e.g. when you hit a serious bump or pothole.
 

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I purchased the wheels and tires from Discount Tire Direct. In my opinion the fit is perfect. There is no rubbing whats so ever even under a full lock turn over a speed bump. In fact there is additional room to spare before they would rub. The load rating on these tires is greater than the stock tires so there is no issue there.
Its 2021 how did the wheels and tires work out on the nissan nv 200 in 2014
 

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Hey guys,
We did our first NV200 yesterday and I had trouble finding any information. I found this post very helpful but unfortunately the wheel specs were not posted.

Here's what we did:

Specs:
18 x 8.5
5x114.3 (5x4/5)
OFFSET + 35
Tire Size P235/40R18

Absolutely no rubbing

Customer wanted them to have an aggressive stance so they stick out by half inch.

Conservative (More Normal Specs) would be 18x8 +38-+45
 

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Fancy. So how much weight are those good for? We sometimes load the **** out of our vans and that was a big concern of someone buying tires. They didn't want to get a tire that had a lower than oem load rating...So they have me replacing the worn out oem continentals with new continentals.
 

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Hey guys,
We did our first NV200 yesterday and I had trouble finding any information. I found this post very helpful but unfortunately the wheel specs were not posted.

Here's what we did:

Specs:
18 x 8.5
5x114.3 (5x4/5)
OFFSET + 35
Tire Size P235/40R18

Absolutely no rubbing

Customer wanted them to have an aggressive stance so they stick out by half inch.

Conservative (More Normal Specs) would be 18x8 +38-+45
Thank you for the information. But, you neglected to state the brand of the wheel. I'm looking for an 18" wheel, but can't find any manufacturers. Please post the wheel brand.
 

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Really got tired of the van blowing around on the interstate so I installed new wheels and tires and the problem is solved.

I can see that this post is from 2014. But if the poster is still around can you name the brand of the 18" wheels. I can see the specs on the tires, but can't read the name of the wheel. Please advise.
 
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