Super aggressive fitment question

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    So I found a crazy deal on some wheels that are 18x10.5 et22 coming in at only 19 lbs. I really want to run them, but do.you guys think theres any way they'll fit? I'm running Megan racing springs (about 1" drop) and have 20mm spacers all around.
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    I think there's about 0% chance of those fitting without issues. :)
     
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    Haha that's what I expected but had to try in case anyone had luck. Maybe if I rolled the fenders?
     
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    #4 gtman, Apr 13, 2019
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    I don't think the fenders are the big issue. It's the fact that the wheels are 3.5" wider than stock and the offset is -23mm from stock. Those wheels will stick out way too far. Poke is one thing. Those would look silly. And changing the suspension geometry that much is bound to f things up over time.
     
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    Coming from someone running 9.5s... no way 10.5 22 will fit and still be drivable lol
     
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    I ran 18x9.5+22 with zero fitment issues. the 10.5 would be half and inch more outside poke and half an inch inner poke.
    I am now on a 18x9 +10 with ZERO issues. Pokes a little but nothing a bit of negative camber can't fix. I'm on HKS hipermax IV coilovers and I am borderline static.
     
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    with the right amount of camber it'll fit. just gotta find your threshold for pain.
     
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    Im running 19x10 +25 atm and it fits fine. Just waiting on my camber arm so i can drop the car lower so its flush with the tires. So far no issues im dropped but not dumped atm due to needing camber arms.
     
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