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Dzl210 10-29-2014 10:23 AM

Another wheel/tire/offset thread, 19x8.5 19x9.5 stagger et35?
 
I know this has been asked thousands of times (I've clicked on that many posts trying to find a definitive answer). I'm looking at LM reps, I talked to the distributer and they can get them custom drilled in 5x130, BUT, the highest offset they offer is et35 front and rear.

From what i've found et35 seems possible in the rear without issue, but i'm worried about the front. If anyone has pictures of 8.5 front and 9.5 rear, please post them with the offset and tire size.

golonaus 10-30-2014 05:10 AM

I don't think either will work. I'm running 47 in rear with 285 30 18 and it is ridiculously close to the fender.

Dzl210 10-30-2014 10:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by golonaus (Post 423415)
I don't think either will work. I'm running 47 in rear with 285 30 18 and it is ridiculously close to the fender.

It's more the front i'm worried about, 265 is 10mm more narrow on each side of the wheel than a 285...so your 47 offset would be like a 37 offset with my tire choice.

From what i've been reading people run everything from 8.5-11" rears ranging from 255s to 285s and et35-et60. The front doesn't seem to have the same margin.


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