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post #11 of 78 (permalink) Old 02-20-2011, 01:34 PM
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I'm at 18x8 +45 with 235x35 and it's fine, BUT it's right at the fender liner edge. I put 20mm spacers on the rear and it's rubbing quite a bit on the fender liner. I raised the back almost back to stock so I only hit on major bumps, but I'd guess that with +24 it would have the same issue.

Better to hang a piece of tape with a quarter attached to your fender and measure.

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in this case, if those specs are on the edge of the fender your wheels would stick out 20mm further. You will need a narrower tire / fender work or both.
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post #12 of 78 (permalink) Old 02-28-2011, 02:26 PM
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18x8 with a higher offset such as 48+

would that^ spec run the risk of rubbing the shock? Say 225/40 tire... I think not. Its only 3mm, but would help with wider rims and fender rubbing
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nope that should be fine. The 225 is also fine unless you plan on lowering the car a lot
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Would 18x8.5 wheels with +25 offset still given enough clearance with the rotors inside the wheel?

you can but you'll have issues without any camber, I'm running a similar set up and its been a pain in the ass to get it streetable. you'll also need to stretch a bit to get it perfect.
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I'm still a little lost on this. I'm thinking of running a 17x8.25. From what I can tell, I should be running a +48 offset.
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I'm still a little lost on this. I'm thinking of running a 17x8.25. From what I can tell, I should be running a +48 offset.
should... based on what? - wheel choice isnt a science. specs change depending on what youre going for. are you looking for flush or just a wider wheel?

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can i go with a 16x7.5 +42? front or rear?
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Yes. Those specs are safe to run front and rear. No rubbing even if lowered but not slammed.
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I'd like to run as close to flush without having to do fender work, but mostly, I want to run a wider wheel.
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