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SEDAN | Official Aggressive Offsets & FAT Tires!

So the sedan posts are littered throughout this thread initiated by Robert_K.. https://www.myg37.com/forums/wheels-...fat-tires.html

let get a dedicated thread for some aggressive offsets on Sedans...

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Originally Posted by Roland958 View Post
Here's mine
09 journey sedan

370z rays forge sports rims.

F 19x9 + 20
R 19x10 + 30

Tires:
F 245/40R 19
R 275/40R 19


Suspension:. Eibach spring



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2011 G37S

20x9.5 +38 255.35.20 -2.1
20x10.5 +42 285.30.20 -2.0

Dropped on SS-P with EDFC, front is as low as I can go. I have a 5mm spacer I'm still needing to install up front. No rubbing at all



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Originally Posted by soundmike View Post
245/35/20
8.5 +24

285/30/20
10.5 +45







I know you said 3 pics, but here's another shot with the original rears at +35. Could've fit with more camber.

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Originally Posted by mystikal View Post
Before


After:





Tires
245-35-20
275-30-20

on
20x9 offset 32
20x10.5 offset 42

11 g37x on Eibach pro springs
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Originally Posted by soundmike View Post
Agreed. Get lime green instead.



High 30s will be hard to do without adding a lot of camber and a low drop. I have a daily driver with frequent little travelers. I couldn't clear rear +34s with 285s on an Eibach-like drop and -2.2 camber.

Edit: For reference, here are old pics of the +34 before swapping them out for +45s.



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Here's my application to the "Fat Tire Nation"

Wheels are Nutek Bavaria BC5 Matte Black 8.5"x20" +40 front, 10"x20" +45 rear. Tires Toyo Proxes 4 Plus 245/35/20 & 295/30/20. Hats of to Lance (1cleanG) for hooking me up w/ Kris at GOTO racing, he bent over backwards to get the offsets exactly as I wanted and kept me well informed throughout the transaction. Definitely recommend them to anyone looking for G parts. Lance & Kris are co-owners GOTO Racing Online

Fronts are about 7mm from the inner fender edge (I had previous wheels spaced to be almost flush but they'd hit the under liner too often so I wanted them back a bit more. The rears are 2mm from the inside fender edge, exactly what I wanted.
Amazing how well the G feels planted w/ the wider tires and traction is no longer an issue, G launches rock solid.
The wheels were recently released from Nutek and a few Lexus IS have them but I think I'm the first G. At any rate, couldn't be happier
1pc cast wheels | Concave wheels | Bavaria Wheels





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OK here is a few pictures of mine. Setup is in signature. I absolutly love this setup!



taken from sig "V55s CV2 LE’s ■ 20x9.0 +32 255/35 ■ 20x10.5 +45 295/30"
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No camber kit for me. Rear wheels camber in nicely on bumps


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Not fat tires but slightly aggressive offsets Work Gnosis GS4, 20x9.5 +28 and 20x10.5 +35, running on 245 35 20 and 275 30 20




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Quick cellphone snap. Don't mind my socks being pulled up so high

20x9.5 +27, 245/35s
20x10.5 +35, 285/30s

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Lol, leave my socks alone!

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Originally Posted by MotoJB View Post
IMO, stretched is GHEY...

2009 G37 Journey
Eibach Pro-Plus springs/sways
Tokico HP's
19" Concept One RS8's
19x8.5 - 245/40
19x9.5 -275/35
BFG Sport Comp 2's






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Originally Posted by blnewt View Post
I'd be just a bit worried that the 295s might barely nip the inside of the fender lip. My 295s barely get inside the fender and I'm at the same offset but a 10" rim.


I think I'd go w/ the 255/40 & 285. The slightly taller sidewall shouldn't have much effect, although either size front wont matter much since it's not AWD and the speedo's not effected, so I guess if the 35s are your preference why not?
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