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Does anyone know if these will fit? https://ambitwheels.com/collections/...oducts/re82-18

18x9.5 +38. I have rolled fenders, not pulled and have tein coilovers.
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Does anyone know if these will fit? https://ambitwheels.com/collections/...oducts/re82-18

18x9.5 +38. I have rolled fenders, not pulled and have tein coilovers.
It should fit with no issues.
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It should fit with no issues.
Sweet, do you know if theres any problems with the fronts rubbing inner wheelwell at full lock? I read that 9.5 fronts might be too big
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Looking to change the wheels on my car from a staggered fitment to the same size all the way around.

The wheels I want come in 19x9 +35 or +20. Wondering which of these I should get for a flush look and what size tires I should get without having too much stretch. Car is already rolled..
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Originally Posted by lexuscfour View Post
Looking to change the wheels on my car from a staggered fitment to the same size all the way around.

The wheels I want come in 19x9 +35 or +20. Wondering which of these I should get for a flush look and what size tires I should get without having too much stretch. Car is already rolled..
I have a 19x9 +37 on my front (+52 with 15mm spacer) and it is not flush at all (if we are going by the new lingo for that term).
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Guys, I want my car to sit like this. What size tires should I get?

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Attempting HRE FF15 20x10 w/ Lexani lx 6 275/35/20 in the front and 20x11 w/ Michelin pilot sport a/s plus 295/35/20 in the rear.... ready to fender roll and pull if needed....... ^^
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Originally Posted by Idlefree View Post
335/35/18 in the rear, 245/45/18 front
Nice setup

Posting the wheel widths, offset, and fender mods would be helpful to other members looking to run as wide of a tire.
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Thank you greatly appreciated and I updated the information cheers
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Hey all, Iím new to the site and this is my first post. I have been reading this thread for a while now and still have some questions about offset in particular. I have 215/55R16 tires and I am looking to replace my OEM chrome wheels because they were peeling real bad when I bought the car. I would love to get some aftermarket wheels but I donít know what size rims to buy. I would not like to roll my fenders or change anything else about my car but I would like the sportier look. What rim size should I be looking for? 16x8, 16x9? How about offset? +25 +35? Remember Iím very new to all of this and am having trouble. I will most likely be installing coil overs and lowering the car a little bit at some point in the future.Thank you for any help you can offer!
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Go with minimum 17" wheels (i would recommend 18"). Also, if you plan on keeping the car, consider spoke clearance as you would also probably want to do an LS400 brake caliper upgrade eventually.
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Thanks, what offset would you recommend?
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TE37SL 18X10 +40 all around (will be sunken in a little bit, but perfect for guys trying to run a full size tire)
Front: 245/40/18 Bridgestone RE71R, -1.7 degrees of camber, fronts are rolled flat
Rear: 275/35/18 Bridgestone RE71R -2.5 degrees of camber, rears are shaved

Tires could easily be increased to 255/40/18 and 285/35/18

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Originally Posted by Mikeezi View Post
Attempting HRE FF15 20x10 w/ Lexani lx 6 275/35/20 in the front and 20x11 w/ Michelin pilot sport a/s plus 295/35/20 in the rear.... ready to fender roll and pull if needed....... ^^
Did this work out? I run 20x10 +40 in the rear and 20x8.5 +38. I am looking at some 20x10.5 +20 and 20x9 +20 or +35.
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Originally Posted by lownfastsc View Post


rpf1's installed yesterday! Nowhere near done working on the fitment, still need to: knock out some of the camber, roll the fenders more, change ride height, and finally get an alignment.
sorry man I mite just be stupid but I love these rims what are the size of these rims over all, like the entire spec
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