15x7 with 22 mm of offset should be fine. If you're driving around town, you will experience higher effort on turning the steering wheel at low speeds, otherwise you should have no problems.Hi guys - wanted to get some thoughts on a 15x7 rim on a daily driver Spider. I drive with, um, enthusiasm but am concerned that these might be too much for a daily driver and I don't want to ruin the feel of the car. Any coaching to pass along?
Thanks. Did you have to roll the outer fenders?The offset would be 25 mm. The Kumhos I had on last go around rubbed the front inner fender well on full lock. The new Bridgestones do not. Also, with two people in the car, the rear tires will slightly rub the outer fender lip on big enough bumps. I really feel the biggest single, positive difference in ride, handling, and steering response has been since I put the RE-11 Bridgestones on. An amazing tire.
I ended up mildly flaring mine for the 8" wheels. I think, for the original poster, practically speaking, 7" is about as wide as you want to go under stock fenders and not have fit problems. 7" wheels will work well on a Spider.Only the outer rear fenders on the top. Used a big breaker bar.