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Old 12-05-2015, 08:01 AM
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20x9+20 front and 20x10.5+20 rear what tires should I use? i'll also be installing airlift 3h kit so i plan on being low
Why are you asking the same question on different threads?
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Old 12-08-2015, 11:18 AM
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Hey guys, my buddy just picked up an '07 V36 sedan and is looking to pick up a set of wheels, but were not sure if the offsets will work for his application.
Can anyone more knowledgeable chime in on whether or not 19x9+35 fronts and 19x10+42 rears would fit on an '07 RWD sedan?
I ran the changes through the 1010tires calculator, front are:
9mm less inner clearance | 29mm outside extension
Rears are:
29mm less inner clearance | 35mm outside extension

Vehicle will have a slight drop, not trying to run retarded amounts of negative camber and stretched tires, in this case function > form

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Has anyone painted MGP Brake Caliper Covers a customized color? They sell black and red I see on ebay/amazon, but I was thinking of something more along orange/yellow. Maybe I can ask the manufacturer for a set that hasn't been painted yet?

Any thoughts?
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Old 01-02-2016, 12:50 AM
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^ ha ha... I don't think anybody on this forum has brake caliper covers...lol.. If you want to paint your brake caliper covers than just paint them.. It's not very hard....
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Old 01-30-2016, 10:09 AM
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M45 19s with 5mm spacers on sedan

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"I just tried to bolt them up and they hit the upper [sic] control arm [note: it's actually the A Arm]. It's not even close."

I WAS WRONG HERE

CORRECTION: According to the M45 on G35 Sedan Thread HERE:

https://g35driver.com/forums/g35-sed...45-wheels.html

a 5mm spacer will work. 5mm is close. I bought 4 (one for each wheel -- my rationale is that if I am changing the factory specs I might as well do it evenly). I'll update this thread with my results.
RESULTS: SUCCESS
M45 19s with 5mm spacers & 245/40 tires on an 2003.5 sedan

There is not even a finger-tip's width of clearance at the upper A arms in the front, but it does clear and the car performs very strong on the set up (note: unintended wheelspin in dry conditions with VDC off has ceased--& as we all know, spinning isn't winning).

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Hey guys quick question. I currently have 19x9 +38 19x10 +34 on my Weds Kranze Bazreias. I am looking to relip my current front wheels to a 12" wide wheel and make those my new rears and bring my current rears (the 19x10s) to the front. Will I have clearence issues with the break calipers, etc.? the offset will be +5 (19x12 +5)



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Old 02-20-2016, 06:33 PM
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Hey guys quick question. I currently have 19x9 +38 19x10 +34 on my Weds Kranze Bazreias. I am looking to relip my current front wheels to a 12" wide wheel and make those my new rears and bring my current rears (the 19x10s) to the front. Will I have clearence issues with the break calipers, etc.? the offset will be +5 (19x12 +5)



no. youll be fine. your faces didnt change. also, learn that break clearance and bbk clearance is determined by disc size NOT offsets.
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Thinking of getting 19x9 with a 35 offset and back wheels being 19x10.5 with 35 offse

They are rays gram lights would these look good on my stock 2004 g35 coupe? What size tires would I have to run. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks maybe in the future I might drop the G but I scrape enough for now.
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Forgestar F14 SDC's

So I am in the market for new wheels and I have found a setup that I am looking into getting. The setup I am going for is based on this beauty of a G35: http://ksportusa.com/kblog/?p=1435
His setup is 19" Forgestar F14 Super Deep Concaves
19x10 -2 and 19x11 -6 wrapped with 225/35/19 and 245/35/19

But I am probably going to get a set of 245/35/19 and 275/35/19 instead for less of a stretch.
I am sitting on stock suspension with non-Brembos, however I do hope to get the AirLift air kit afterwards to avoid the nightmares of scrapping on everything. I am prepared for a fender roll and pull to fit everything, aswell as buying a pair of SPC rear camber arms.
Are there any specs I should change?

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Old 02-27-2016, 10:04 PM
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They are rays gram lights would these look good on my stock 2004 g35 coupe? What size tires would I have to run. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks maybe in the future I might drop the G but I scrape enough for now.
Looks is all a matter of preference. To me, that set up is weak for a coupe but you may like it.

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So I am in the market for new wheels and I have found a setup that I am looking into getting. The setup I am going for is based on this beauty of a G35: http://ksportusa.com/kblog/?p=1435
His setup is 19" Forgestar F14 Super Deep Concaves
19x10 -2 and 19x11 -6 wrapped with 225/35/19 and 245/35/19

But I am probably going to get a set of 245/35/19 and 275/35/19 instead for less of a stretch.
I am sitting on stock suspension with non-Brembos, however I do hope to get the AirLift air kit afterwards to avoid the nightmares of scrapping on everything. I am prepared for a fender roll and pull to fit everything, aswell as buying a pair of SPC rear camber arms.
Are there any specs I should change?
Tires may need to change depending how you set up that camber.
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Tires may need to change depending how you set up that camber.
Meaning less tire width? I figured a degree or so of negative camber will be needed, but of course I'm not trying for crazy slant.
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Old 02-28-2016, 05:39 PM
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With those aggressive offsets it's going to a nice little dilemma between tire stretch and camber.
The 245 up front probably won't be an issue so I would focus on the rear.
I'm speaking for when you are lowered...might look a bit odd at stock height
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So would it make a difference if I was to go with 0 offset for front and rears, instead of -2 and -6 that the original setup had?
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245/35/19 on 8.5 +35

I have a 06 sedan and I am wondering if these will clear my spindle and tuck on stock suspension.
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I have a 2005 coupe with 19'' Momo GTR wheels with fronts on 245 40 tires and rears being on 275 35. Im wondering what size spacers i would need to have all the wheels flush with fenders.
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