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Old 02-18-2016, 09:31 AM
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Alright I probably won't go that route then. Thanks man
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Old 02-18-2016, 06:13 PM
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So I thought I would see how 1 inch spacers look with 19x9.5 +20 wheels just for fun... I think it may be too much, anyone know how much camber will I need and I will have to pull fenders if i want to run this?



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Old 02-19-2016, 11:38 AM
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you need smaller, stretch tires
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and about -7 camber at least lol


And huge pull from the rear
just get bigger wheels lol
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Old 02-20-2016, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by b-drizzy View Post
you need smaller, stretch tires
Coils
and about -7 camber at least lol


And huge pull from the rear
just get bigger wheels lol
Yeah, it was just to see how it would look, definitely not gonna try to run it. I'll just get some 10mm spacers for the fronts and camber the rears a bit more for this season. For next season, I'm thinking I'll get some 19x10s with low offset.
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Old 02-23-2016, 04:30 PM
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yeah that's some good thinking lol


or 10.5 always sits perfect with some mid offsets as well too
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Old 03-01-2016, 02:12 AM
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Its weird...that first pic...the back wheel looks photoshopped! LoL. I like the side view but I think the wheels stick out too far for my taste. Other than that not a bad looking set of wheels for the sedan
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Old 03-01-2016, 06:27 PM
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Old 03-03-2016, 02:57 PM
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coming from a pretty non aggressive setup of 255/285. Finally going 3 piece and ordered new wheels. I would love some advice on Tire size, best tires for stretching, I would love to to do a 225/255 setup but not sure if the 255 will fit without running too much negative camber. Would really appreciate any advice or suggestions you may have. My wheels specs are in the image below.

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Old 03-04-2016, 01:14 PM
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is this going on a coupe ?
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is this going on a coupe ?
Yes these are for a coupe
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I'd also like to know the answer to this as I am in the same boat. I usually run Hankook v12s for my stretching needs but I can't find 225/35/20 size anywhere for some reason....


My wheels are 20" 9.5 -11 and 10.5+12. I am on air and running some negative camber.


I would like to know what tire brands in sizes 225/35 and 245/35 have a similar stretch and lifespan as the hankooks in those same sizes.


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Old 03-06-2016, 09:15 AM
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Originally Posted by bluntz617 View Post
coming from a pretty non aggressive setup of 255/285. Finally going 3 piece and ordered new wheels. I would love some advice on Tire size, best tires for stretching, I would love to to do a 225/255 setup but not sure if the 255 will fit without running too much negative camber. Would really appreciate any advice or suggestions you may have. My wheels specs are in the image below.

Anyone?
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Old 03-06-2016, 11:28 PM
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I have 255/35R20 on a 20x10.5" +25 wheel on my coupe and it's a tight fit already. Camber is about -2. I'd say you are going to have a lot of work to fit those wheels. Probably need to use Falken tires, as they run tiny and stretch. You will also probably need a crazy amount of camber and frequent tire replacements. Maybe every 5k or so since the contact patch will be about that of a Civic. You will need to gut most of the fender liner also. I don't have any advice for fitting those front wheels. Maybe like -15 degrees of camber and a ridiculous amount of stretch?
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Old 03-07-2016, 02:01 AM
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not according to this

I'm running +15 on a 10.5 inch front w a 255/30 and still have room! I do not have any aftermarket camber arms anymore and sits so beautiful. I did the 265/30 on the +15 but started to rub when slammed! I couldn't really turn until I raised but I like it low 255/30/20 was a perfect match! So yes you will be fine on that with a 265 maybe even a 275/30.

275/30 has been tested on front 10.5 +25 w out rolling fenders and no camber kits and again very successful while being low to the ground. Many many options these days
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Old 03-07-2016, 12:51 PM
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The Fonts youll fit then that's no problem
I fit a 19x10 on my sedan and sat fender to lip nicely
So on a coupe your fine, Just shave off that fender liner
Rears just might need some minor pull and run some negative camber about -6 max id say depending how low you go that determines a lot too plays work in this.


for tires Go hankooks all the way
Front your fine with a 225/35
Rears go with a 245/35 it will be a legit stretch so make sure to have good tires I ran that before and just don't hit pot holes and invest in good tire brands lol
rears youll need a 8-10mm pull hopefully




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Yes these are for a coupe
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