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Old 08-02-2017, 06:01 PM
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245/40 is a great size for those wheels and should work well for you.




What about 245/45/18? Is that better? Sorry I have no clue when it comes to choosing tires ,the rims are 18x8 and rear 18x8.5 but I don't want to run a staggered set
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Old 08-04-2017, 07:02 AM
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Depends on what you mean by better. The 245/45's will have a taller sidewall so a more comfortable ride but you'll sacrifice a tiny bit of handling when you push the car really hard. I have 245/45's on my GTO and I like them a lot but I don't drive it like a maniac all the time either.
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Depends on what you mean by better. The 245/45's will have a taller sidewall so a more comfortable ride but you'll sacrifice a tiny bit of handling when you push the car really hard. I have 245/45's on my GTO and I like them a lot but I don't drive it like a maniac all the time either.


With the 245/45-18 Would I have to roll my fenders, I plan on lowering my car in the near future as well
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Old 08-05-2017, 02:51 AM
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Depends on the offset of the Z rims but I believe you shouldn't have a rubbing issue.
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Depends on the offset of the Z rims but I believe you shouldn't have a rubbing issue.


They're 18x8 in the front and 18x5 in the rear
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V36 G tire width

Hey guys quick question. I have an 08 G35X and recently bought a set of rims and tires. The rims are all 19"x7.5" with +33 offset and the front tires are 225/35/19 and the rears are 235/35/19. My mechanic told me I shouldn't be running a staggered set up on and AWD car because it will mesh the center diff and I have heard varying opinions on the matter. Is that slight difference in tire width going to cause problems? If so would unplugging my AWD control unit to make it RWD be any better? Let me know what you guys think, Thanks!
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I have an 06 g35 coupe sport no brembos and want to put some xxr 968 on it. I want 9'int the front and 10/11 in the back. They Will be 20s and I'm sitting on twin springs. What's the. Eat offset to run that they offer? I want an aggressive flush set up
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I am in the process of purchasing Work VS-xx Full Reverse wheels (not Step Rim). I have a 2004 G35 coupe w/OEM Brembo brakes. I was told by a personal source that I could use this setup: 20x9.5 R-disc +15 (front) and 20x11 O-disc +21 (rear). I contacted Vivid Racing to purchase, and they double checked with Work who is telling them that I would need to get: 20x9.5 T-disc +17 (front) and 20x11 A-disc +25 (rear).
What is your recommendation? I am looking for the most aggressive deep dish setup as possible and still retaining a flush to fender appearance without having to use spacers and still clears the OEM Brembo calipers.

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Wow, no responses in 5 days? Our forum is definitely not what it once was these days. B I hope you've gotten an answer from somewhere else, sorry I couldn't help here.
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Hey gang. So Ill admit this upfront and get it out of the way... Im a total noob when it comes to wheel and tire setups.

I have an 03 sedan with the 6 spoke factory wheels on it. Im looking to go to 20" wheels soon. I found a set that I like, but I wanted to check with yall about the size and offsets. Specs I know for the new wheels....
Front - 20x8.5" +35
Rear - 20x9.5" +40
Basically, will they fit without issue? or will I need to roll/pull at all?
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Since you didn't mention you had any suspension mods, I'm going to assume you are at stock height. Yes these will fit with no issues however they will not be flush with the fender and will be slightly sunk in.
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You’ve assumed correctly, my apologies for not mentioning that. Currently on stock suspension. Will be replacing soon with 350z struts and springs.
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About to buy some replacement shocks on a 05 sedan. Just looking to do some springs, coilovers not what I'm looking to do. Anyhow my tire size is 275/30/r20 all the way around. I'm looking at both the eibach and tein lowering springs nothing drastic. Will this work with my set up? It's my first time lowering a car so please don't bash Ido what to measure to be sure, or prevent rubbing. Any help is appreciated.
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