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I'm planning to go 235/35/19 in front and 265/30/19 in the rear. Since you say the front won't rub will the rear have any clearance/rubbing issue? If It does how about 255/30? Thanks
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Originally Posted by wiliu0 View Post
I'm planning to go 235/35/19 in front and 265/30/19 in the rear. Since you say the front won't rub will the rear have any clearance/rubbing issue? If It does how about 255/30? Thanks
Depends on the offset of the wheels...but more than likely no...
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19x9.5 +40 in the rear .
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Originally Posted by wiliu0 View Post
19x9.5 +40 in the rear .
That's what I've been trying to figure out myself...there have been people running those specs but I have not heard anyone rubbing. For instance look at the blue one in the link below. That rear looks perfect.

https://www.clublexus.com/forums/is-...t-now-131.html






Those specs would be like running 25mm spacers front and back on your car...

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19x9.5+38 225 35 19
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Such skinny tires on such wide wheels!
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I was wondering if I ran 18x8.5 +25 all around with stock tires if it would fit? and would have any rubbing issues? even lowered

also i want a flush look so i dont know if it will be sunk in or not

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I didnt get any response over in the tire/wheel section, so i'm hoping someone here may be able to help!
I have a set of 19x9 +35 Fronts and 19x10 +44 Rears coming in. I was thinking i should run a 235/35 and a 275/30. Should I rub with this setup? I don't want to have to do any fender mods and I want to have a bit of lip protection.

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Such skinny tires on such wide wheels!
Not really they just sound skinny...
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Originally Posted by b00st3 View Post
I didnt get any response over in the tire/wheel section, so i'm hoping someone here may be able to help!
I have a set of 19x9 +35 Fronts and 19x10 +44 Rears coming in. I was thinking i should run a 235/35 and a 275/30. Should I rub with this setup? I don't want to have to do any fender mods and I want to have a bit of lip protection.

Thanks!
Fronts are good for sure, I think you should also be good on the rears...
I barely tap my fender when at freeway speed and hit a big bump, and I have 38 offset on the rear...

good luck!!
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Hey guys, I purchased some 19+8.5-35mm wheels--tires 235/35/19 for the front and for the rear 19+9.5-40mm wheels--tires 255/30/19. The wheels are concave. I did'nt even check for fitment, I trusted that the guys knew what they were talking about. Before I open them can anyone confirm that these wheels will fit? The rear looks to big but it could be my imagination. My car is also lowered on RS*R Downs. Please help me!
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Originally Posted by PAPI007 View Post
Hey guys, I purchased some 19+8.5-35mm wheels--tires 235/35/19 for the front and for the rear 19+9.5-40mm wheels--tires 255/30/19. The wheels are concave. I did'nt even check for fitment, I trusted that the guys knew what they were talking about. Before I open them can anyone confirm that these wheels will fit? The rear looks to big but it could be my imagination. My car is also lowered on RS*R Downs. Please help me!
The 255-30/19 will be small for those rims. It will look stretched. Anyways, others have done it here and it's not as bad!
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Originally Posted by lexi90 View Post
The 255-30/19 will be small for those rims. It will look stretched. Anyways, others have done it here and it's not as bad!
What size should I have went with?
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Originally Posted by NVMarkus View Post
Fronts are good for sure, I think you should also be good on the rears...
I barely tap my fender when at freeway speed and hit a big bump, and I have 38 offset on the rear...

good luck!!
Thanks for the assistance!
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Vossen CV7
19x10 +38
225/35/19
RSR Super Downs
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