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Old 09-01-18, 01:53 AM
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Wheel/Fitment experts chime in. Would like to have a second setup for my 1991 Soarer.

My current setup is
Enkei RPF1's
Front 17x9.5 +18 w/ 235/45/17
Rear 17x10 +18 w/ 245/45/17
Camber is -3.5 in front and rear
No spacers.

New setup (POSSIBLY)
SSR Koenigs Specials
Front 18 x 8.5 +45 w/ 235/40/18
Rear 18 x 9.5 +45 w/ 265/35/18

Now my question is what size spacers to go with? I'm thinking 25mm for the rear and 30mm for the front? Tire sizes good? I'd like to keep around 3* of camber.





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Old 09-03-18, 06:15 AM
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Looking to get Work Equips 05

F- 19x9 + 36
R- 19x10 = 36

What would the fitment be like and would there be and fender pull?
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Old 09-15-18, 11:11 PM
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18x8.5 unknown offset 18x9.5 +15 225 40s and 255 35s no roll or nothin fits perfect.



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Old 09-15-18, 11:20 PM
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Originally Posted by flexnix View Post
Wheel/Fitment experts chime in. Would like to have a second setup for my 1991 Soarer.

My current setup is
Enkei RPF1's
Front 17x9.5 +18 w/ 235/45/17
Rear 17x10 +18 w/ 245/45/17
Camber is -3.5 in front and rear
No spacers.

New setup (POSSIBLY)
SSR Koenigs Specials
Front 18 x 8.5 +45 w/ 235/40/18
Rear 18 x 9.5 +45 w/ 265/35/18

Now my question is what size spacers to go with? I'm thinking 25mm for the rear and 30mm for the front? Tire sizes good? I'd like to keep around 3* of camber.





I just posted my wheels 18x8.5 and 18x9.5 backs are +15 fronts I'd guess are +30 and could be about 10mm closer to the fender the tires are a 225 and 255 instead of 235 and 265 the fronts look a little stretched and it fits flush. I'm lowered about 1.5 inches so if ur any lower than me I'd reccomend the same size tires I have or smaller
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Old 09-26-18, 07:29 PM
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Installed some spacers so right now sitting at:

F: 18x9.5+24, -2.0 camber 245/40 Michelin PSS
R: 18x9.5+23, -1.9 camber 265/35 Michelin PSS

My wheels are +38 without the spacers. Fenders are rolled all around.



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Originally Posted by SC_coupe View Post
Installed some spacers so right now sitting at:

F: 18x9.5+24, -2.0 camber 245/40 Michelin PSS
R: 18x9.5+23, -1.9 camber 265/35 Michelin PSS

My wheels are +38 without the spacers. Fenders are rolled all around.
What wheels are those?

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Old 09-27-18, 05:22 PM
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Originally Posted by twizted View Post
What wheels are those?
Work Emotion CR-Kai
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I have been looking at this thread for years, and now I want to go crazier. I really want to do a 19x9.5 19x11 + 22 I am rolled and on air, but do not want to do any pulling. No way to make that tuck with out more camber, which I do not want to do. These wheels are also offered in 18x9.5 and 18x10.5 + 22 and I know that will fit so I actually ordered them Friday, but still have time to change. Just really don't want to go down from my 19's I have now, just time to change it up a bit,
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Originally Posted by SC_coupe View Post
Installed some spacers so right now sitting at:

F: 18x9.5+24, -2.0 camber 245/40 Michelin PSS
R: 18x9.5+23, -1.9 camber 265/35 Michelin PSS

My wheels are +38 without the spacers. Fenders are rolled all around.





hey why is It that my 18x9.5 +15 rears are more sunk in than your 18x9.5 +23. Would the 265 vs 255 tire make that much of a difference? Not sure on my camber but it doesnt look too crazy. I'm dropped about 2 inches and want my fitment like yours

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awesome thread!!!!!!! i love it
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