Fender to lip or hellaflush, is a term used to describe a specific style of wheel fitment on a car, characterised by the wheels being pushed as far out as possible towards the fenders. Achieving this look typically requires using a combination of different wheel fitment parameters, such as using a low offset, wide wheels and tyres, and potentially using suspension modifications to allow for more clearance.

Here are the steps to work out hellaflush wheel fitment:

  1. Determine the bolt pattern of your car's wheels. This will ensure you select wheels that will fit onto your car's hub.

  2. Choose wheels with a low offset. This will push the wheels out further towards the fenders, giving the hellaflush look.

  3. Choose wider wheels than your car's original specs. This will give a more aggressive stance and make the tire to fit better with the fender.

  4. Make sure the wheels clear your car's suspension and brake components. This is especially important when using a low offset, as it can cause clearance issues.

  5. Choose a tyre with the right size, it's important to make sure that the tire width and diameter match the wheel size and offset.

  6. Check the tyre-to-fender clearance, you'll want to make sure there is enough clearance between the tire and the fender to avoid rubbing or other issues.