Aggressive Wheel Fitment Thread

  1. 86salmon

    86salmon It's Hedley, Hedley Lamarr!

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    Any rubbing on dips?
     
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    86salmon It's Hedley, Hedley Lamarr!

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    None that I've noticed...
    Hasn't been 24 hours yet lol
     
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    You'll probably be fine. I'm really more of an aggressive offset and iI slightly rub sightly in the rear on big dips
     
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    Hey guys, I am trying to figure out offset sizing with WedsSports TC105Xs. I plan to run 18x9.5's and have +35 and +45 options. If I am trying to run a square set up, what tire and offset should I go?
     
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    What is your suspension setup?
     
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    I am going to run Eibach Prokit springs. So about an inch drop front and rear.
     
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    If you want a slightly poking setup, I would say go with 18x9.5 +35, and wrap them in 235/40/18 tires. Youll have a slight stretch to compensate for the wider wheel and you will also have an aggressive looking setup. If you want it to be flush with the fender than go with the +45 option and you can probably get away with a 245/35/18 on there.
     
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    That setup (9.5", 45mm) will allow you to run 255/35's, although the rolling resistance starts to become a gas mileage thief after 235's. I had Wedsports SA-10R's 18x9.5", 45mm w/ 245/35's with a ton of clearance both outside and in.
     
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    I'm not the biggest fan of stretched setups but I am okay with just a little bit of a stretch. I'll keep what you said in mind. Appreciate the input!

    Thank you for the information! Were you running that set up on a Si?
     
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    +45!!
     
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    No, on my STH. Glad I could be of assistance.:D
     
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    Has anyone ran 18x9.5 265/35 on Eibach ProKit springs? If so, did you rub?
     
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    #420 MaTtKs, Jan 26, 2020
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    So I feel like I’ve read through every relevant thread on this topic, and I finally pulled the trigger on wheels last night. Went with the Gram Lights 57DR 18x9.5 with a +38 offset in HS Gunmetallic. I also have Eibach Pro Kit springs ready to go. I’m wanting a “meaty” flush/slight poke stance, so thinking of going with a 245/40 tire. Also hoping that the 40 wall soaks up some of the road opposed to a 35 wall. Assuming my research is correct, I should have no rubbing issues and shouldn't need to modify the fenders or tab. Can anyone confirm that for me?

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