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Old 03-01-04, 07:51 AM   #1
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Will 285/30/19 tires with a 19x9.5 +42 offset wheel fit a GS4 rear without rubbing?

Car will be lowered to 1 finger gap.

ROMINl ? anyone? please help.
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Old 03-01-04, 10:08 AM   #2
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I know people are running a 19X10 on that tire and a 45 offset. Close/similiar specs but I'm not sure.
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Old 03-01-04, 10:33 AM   #3
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Very close, but it should fit.

275/30/19 is the ideal tire size for 9.5 wide wheel.
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should be ok i think
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Old 03-01-04, 02:17 PM   #5
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should be ok i think
Hey rominl, I'm planning to run 20x9 +36 in the front, 20x10 +24 in the rear on the GS430. Do you think that's doable?
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Hey rominl, I'm planning to run 20x9 +36 in the front, 20x10 +24 in the rear on the GS430. Do you think that's doable?
i read in your other thread about it and i asked if you want the vip look (super bad camber in the back). if that's the case, you can't drive your car coz' the tire wear is very bad, but yes you will be able to fit 24 in the back. otherwise if you want to have drivable camber (max out), then the 24 back won't fit at all. with the 10, even if you trim the fender, i think fitting a 36 would be pretty challenging already (on 275).

for the front it's also aggressive. for 9 i don't suggest more than 38, i have 8.5 +32 and it's the same as 9 +38 and i know it's very close already, i rub now and then and i already have mod to the fender. so with 9 +36 you might rub more. but then again if you do the super vip look with bad camber that's no problem

my 2 cents though
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the reason i ask is b/c 285/30/19 is the almost EXACT same height as 245/35/19.
more compatible.
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the reason i ask is b/c 285/30/19 is the almost EXACT same height as 245/35/19.
more compatible.
well if anything i think you should compare to the stock 17s instead of comparing to 245? just wondering. if you compare the size to the stock 17s then i think the 275/30 is closer than 285/30. need to double check though
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you mean the stock 17s sidewall height? its 105.75mm..

Doesnt airtrackk have 285/30/19s in the rear??

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you mean the stock 17s sidewall height? its 105.75mm..

Doesnt airtrackk have 285/30/19s in the rear??
a lot of people have 285/30/19, including rmmgs4. there is nothing wrong with 285/30/19, i was saying you shouldn't use 245/35/19 as reference. the stock 17s have 235/45/17 i believe, and if that's the case, then 275/30/19 has a closer overall diameter than 285/30/19.
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got it.. Thanks again
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Im running 245-35-20 with +36 offset and 285-30-20 with +47 ofsett with no rubbing whatsoever even with riding 3 adults in the back and mind you I also have the Ltuned susp.
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your offsets are pretty conservative that's why. if you get about +40 offset in the rear you might start rubbing if you don't shave the fender
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