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Every article I find show that everything from bore, lug pattern, tire options are identical with the acception of the offset (+10 on newer wheels) seems to say go for it.
I found a local set of black edition 2018 ridgeline wheels and tires for a great price and since I’m due for tires this will
cost about the same as a new set of Michelins on it.
I also understand the TPMS is on a high freq so I need to swap in my pilot ones into the new wheels. Has anyone swapped new 2018+ Pilot or Ridgeline wheels onto a 2012 or know of any reason why it will not work?

  • Thanks for the help sorry if it’s been covered I have searched forums for a few days prior to asking.
 

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Those wheels will look great on a Pilot. Post a pic when installed!
 

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Took the jump. More clearance than oem and the paint is almost identical. Not the shoe I want but for how little I paid I’m happy with it. Came of a 2018 Ridgeline with <30 miles.
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