Use our Wheel Configuration Reference
found further down on this page to find what bolt pattern, wheel sizes, and offsets will work with your Civic. Your new wheels must be the same bolt pattern as your original factory wheels, but you can choose a different size and offset. In general, we DO NOT recommend getting a wheel that is more than 2 inches taller or 1.5 inches wider than your factory wheel.
Now, browse through the wheels
we offer and select a set that you like and are available in a configuration that will fit on your Civic.
Next, use our calculator below to find out the tire sizes that fit best on the wheels you selected. Our calculator outputs a list of tire sizes that are considered to have near perfect fitment, which means no speedometer inaccuracy, ABS problems, etc. After that, you can browse our selection of tires
to find the best one for your needs. You can also use your current tires if they match one of the sizes our calculator recommends.
You can find your factory tire diameter, profile, and width by looking at your owners manual, or by looking at the markings on the outside of your factory tires (see the tire measurment
section near the bottom of this page).
You should also pick up some lug nuts
to go with your new wheels. Every wheel on our website says what type of lug nuts it needs (either "standard" aftermarket lug nuts or "tuner style" aftermarket lug nuts). All our aftermarket lug nuts are tapered to ensure the best wheel fitment. Your factory lug nuts will most likely NOT work with your new wheels, so it is important that you get some good quality aftermarket lug nuts!
For installation, tighten each lug nut using a criss-cross pattern, usually to 80 lb-ft of torque each. Re-tighten each lug nut after about 100 miles of driving.
TIP: With our wheels, it is not necessary for you to purchase "hubcentric rings." This is because the wheels we sell only accept tapered aftermarket lug nuts, which will automatically center the wheel if installed properly.