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Old 12-31-07, 03:28 AM   #1546
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Anyone got any answers? Could I go more agressive? I can go +25, +20, or +12 with the offsets. If I can get a fender roller, I'd be willing to roll the fenders a lil.
roll fenders and run +25 in front and rear.....

i have +24 in front with 245/35 with fenders rolled

rears i have +24 too but they 10" and am runnin 275/35 with fenders rolled.
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so roll the fenders, run the +25 wheels, and use a 245/275 combo for tires?
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Old 12-31-07, 05:23 AM   #1548
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so roll the fenders, run the +25 wheels, and use a 245/275 combo for tires?
you dont have to use those tire sizes since out wheels are different.

heres my setup:

19x8.5 +24 245/35
19x10 +24 275/35

rolled fenders all around...

i plan on going with smaller tires next time around since ill probably have coilovers by then and will be going lower...



here are some pics to try and show how flush it is...









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Old 12-31-07, 01:09 PM   #1549
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it does help. For a drop I'm probably just going to use Espilir springs and a good shock setup and rock that for awhile.

Thanks again.
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it does help. For a drop I'm probably just going to use Espilir springs and a good shock setup and rock that for awhile.

Thanks again.
im on espelir with kyb gr-2s
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I am at stock hight right now. I am about to go lower.

I have:

19x8.5 +6 tire 235 35
19x9.5 +2 tire 275 30 Rubs during hard turns and with more than one person in the car

as it is right now there is no way for me to drop the car. the rear is past the fender.

The front I am not too worried about becuase I plan on gett widder fenders. I am worried about wearer or not with the wider fenders will make the wheels look sunken.

As for the back I could go with a smaller spacer. 20mm instead of 30mm. which would make the offset +12.

Is 19x9.5 +2 too crazy to do anything to make them fit?
I would like to do a pull, stretched tire 255ish?, maybe very slight negative caber(i would like to avoid tear issues.)

OR do i need to do all this and go to the smaller spacers.
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I am at stock hight right now. I am about to go lower.

I have:

19x8.5 +6 tire 235 35
19x9.5 +2 tire 275 30 Rubs during hard turns and with more than one person in the car

as it is right now there is no way for me to drop the car. the rear is past the fender.

The front I am not too worried about becuase I plan on gett widder fenders. I am worried about wearer or not with the wider fenders will make the wheels look sunken.

As for the back I could go with a smaller spacer. 20mm instead of 30mm. which would make the offset +12.

Is 19x9.5 +2 too crazy to do anything to make them fit?
I would like to do a pull, stretched tire 255ish?, maybe very slight negative caber(i would like to avoid tear issues.)

OR do i need to do all this and go to the smaller spacers.
got any pics?

id say a pull would be necessary along with the smaller tire and camber.
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Old 01-01-08, 10:17 PM   #1553
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I'm getting 20mm for mine. You should measure the front gap first and decide which size of spacers you should get. Don't forget to get hubcentric.
Im getting H&R's, hubcentric. What offsets are you getting?



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That would be nice it wont be the same as the rear, but it will still look good.

I know it wont be the same, but im looking for it being close.

I haven't received my rims yet, but they have been paid for. I'm just anxious lol.
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ummm help?
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ummm help?
uh.. what wheel specs/tire specs? whats your question?
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pull those fenders out asap...that looks ghetto
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thank you...
That is what I am trying to do

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pull those fenders out asap...that looks ghetto
I am at stock hight right now. I am about to go lower.

I have:

19x8.5 +6 tire 235 35
19x9.5 +2 tire 275 30 Rubs during hard turns and with more than one person in the car

as it is right now there is no way for me to drop the car. the rear is past the fender.

The front I am not too worried about becuase I plan on gett widder fenders. I am worried about wearer or not with the wider fenders will make the wheels look sunken.

As for the back I could go with a smaller spacer. 20mm instead of 30mm. which would make the offset +12.

Is 19x9.5 +2 too crazy to do anything to make them fit?
I would like to do a pull, stretched tire 255ish?, maybe very slight negative caber(i would like to avoid tear issues.)

OR do i need to do all this and go to the smaller spacers.
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thank you...
That is what I am trying to do



I am at stock hight right now. I am about to go lower.

I have:

19x8.5 +6 tire 235 35
19x9.5 +2 tire 275 30 Rubs during hard turns and with more than one person in the car

as it is right now there is no way for me to drop the car. the rear is past the fender.

The front I am not too worried about becuase I plan on gett widder fenders. I am worried about wearer or not with the wider fenders will make the wheels look sunken.

As for the back I could go with a smaller spacer. 20mm instead of 30mm. which would make the offset +12.

Is 19x9.5 +2 too crazy to do anything to make them fit?
I would like to do a pull, stretched tire 255ish?, maybe very slight negative caber(i would like to avoid tear issues.)

OR do i need to do all this and go to the smaller spacers.
What will the offsets be if you didn't use a spacer at all. Ideal offset on the sc300/400, 19x9.5 wheel is 40....which sits flush. Anything less sticks out and is too rice imo. Mod the car but it's still a classy car.
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What will the offsets be if you didn't use a spacer at all. Ideal offset on the sc300/400, 19x9.5 wheel is 40....which sits flush. Anything less sticks out and is too rice imo. Mod the car but it's still a classy car.

+40 does not sit flush.....


technosmurf, once you lower it i believe it would **** pretty flush if you got some camber.
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