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Old 04-17-2018, 01:40 PM
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Help on Tire size/ Opinion on new wheels

I own a 2006 Infiniti G35 coupe in black and I was thinking of running Avant Garde M310 wheels in matt black in 19" 8.5". What size tires should I get? (I have no suspension mods or rolled fenders all stock)
 
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You need to be aware of the offset as well and without that information we can't really help.
 
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You need to be aware of the offset as well and without that information we can't really help.
They are +35 offset, I want to run 19x8.5 +35. Please tell me if I can run this wheel size!
 
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Originally Posted by noahkaz44 View Post
They are +35 offset, I want to run 19x8.5 +35. Please tell me if I can run this wheel size!
At least we know his car is black. Without spacers, your wheels will be more tucked in than stock
 
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Wheel opinion: stop it.
 
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Originally Posted by noahkaz44 View Post
They are +35 offset, I want to run 19x8.5 +35. Please tell me if I can run this wheel size!
Yes you can and you won't have to worry about rubbing your tires.

Should you do it, only you can decide but I wouldn't get anywhere near an 8.5"/+35 wheel on a coupe. It'll look like azz and you'll hate yourself for eternity lol.
 
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Originally Posted by Blue Dream View Post
Yes you can and you won't have to worry about rubbing your tires.

Should you do it, only you can decide but I wouldn't get anywhere near an 8.5"/+35 wheel on a coupe. It'll look like azz and you'll hate yourself for eternity lol.
Well what would you run on it ??? Im new to the car scene
 
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To get an idea the stock 18' wheels are 18x8 +30 offset front and rear. The sport rays are 19x8+30 in the front and 19x8.5 +33 in the rear. I would be looking at a minimum of a +22 offset for new wheels. Scroll through this thread and find what range you're looking for

https://g35driver.com/forums/wheels-...pecs-only.html
 
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Originally Posted by Blue Dream View Post
Yes you can and you won't have to worry about rubbing your tires.

Should you do it, only you can decide but I wouldn't get anywhere near an 8.5"/+35 wheel on a coupe. It'll look like azz and you'll hate yourself for eternity lol.
Why would it look bad? Im new to wheels and dont really understand offsets and stuff. Wouldnt it look stock?
 
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Originally Posted by Blue Dream View Post
Yes you can and you won't have to worry about rubbing your tires.

Should you do it, only you can decide but I wouldn't get anywhere near an 8.5"/+35 wheel on a coupe. It'll look like azz and you'll hate yourself for eternity lol.
​​​​​​https://www.carid.com/avant-garde-wh...305119859.html Would these wheels look good with them the same size all around? 19x8.5 +45?
 
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Why would it look bad? Im new to wheels and dont really understand offsets and stuff. Wouldnt it look stock?
It will look worse than stock. +35 offset is 2mm more tucked than stock. With the right offset you won't need to run spacers. Did you look at the wheel fitment thread? Your questions should be answered there
 
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It will look worse than stock. +35 offset is 2mm more tucked than stock. With the right offset you won't need to run spacers. Did you look at the wheel fitment thread? Your questions should be answered there
Does + offsets make the wheel stick out more? and do I need to run a bigger offset than 35? If so, what size?
 
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I think you have it backwards. Increasing the + number sinks the face of the wheels in the wheel well more creating a sunken look that to most of us isn't sexy or hot. But again, your opinion of how they will look is something we can't know.

Take this advice from above and look through the thread to decide what look you are trying to achieve.

https://g35driver.com/forums/wheels-...pecs-only.html
 
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Originally Posted by Blue Dream View Post
I think you have it backwards. Increasing the + number sinks the face of the wheels in the wheel well more creating a sunken look that to most of us isn't sexy or hot. But again, your opinion of how they will look is something we can't know.

Take this advice from above and look through the thread to decide what look you are trying to achieve.

https://g35driver.com/forums/wheels-...pecs-only.html
Thanks man that helped a lot!
 
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