Those Ridgeline wheels will look great. By how much will the springs lower your Odyssey?
They definitely settle . I installed lowering springs and camber arms at the same time on a TL once. My perfect camber setting went all outta whack when I rechecked it a few months later. Noticed the car was about half a finger lower too.I'll put that theory to the test. I've always heard that, now I'll get the chance to prove it. I'll just need to hold on to the factory wheels for a while before I sell them after I figure out what I'm going to run on the Ridgeline wheels. I'm a little tossed between the 235/55R18 ( .75" lower with the same width as OE ) or 225/55R18 ( 1.2" lower and 0.8" thinner ) to possibly clear the fenders better if the rear gets a little loaded down some time in the future.
I had installed a trailer hitch on an 07 Odyssey and yes I am aware of the inability to clear the majority of driveways and sometimes parking stops. It makes a hell of a thump when you hit concrete with a trailer hitch bolted right to the frame.Don't put a hitch on it...
Even the OEM or Draw-Tite 76025 (hidden) hitch will probably drag as soon as you climb in.
I installed the 76025 and have popped out the hitch plug more than once on steep driveway transitions. (No lowering springs involved.)
The rear Honda multi-link has a ton of camber gain with compression - I think you'll be surprised at what you can fit.ut I can see that there may be some contact unless I roll the fenders. Using my straight edge I can tell that there would be rubbage.
That's a ton of room in the "wheel fitment" world. You are all good! I've had to fight for credit-card thickness clearance in the past... I mean, don't be putting chains on there, but...With as much as the camber increased under full travel the tire and wheel clears the fender with about a pinky finger of clearance