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sorry just wanted to know if 265-35-18 and 295-35-18 would fit with a +22 offset without having to roll fenders??
 

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need to know width of the rim/wheel. 8.5? 9.5? 10.5?
 

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If it's 9.5 F and 10.5 R, no and no.
 

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also i might add, 18's are to small for our cars. :)
 

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If it's 9.5 F and 10.5 R, no and no.
i think the 10.5 will fit. i know that the genesis that i sold my old rims too ( 10.5 +15 in the back) ran a 285. and those were 20's. and he was on sportlines. so im sure a 295 on 18's with a +22 will fit.
 

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You guys must all be high.
I ran 295/40/18 on 9.5 +25 in the rear, it ALMOST rubbed the stock suspension.
255/40/18 on 8 +35 was very sunken, so the +22 would be good. Both can fit.
Wheel width might be a factor though.

My only other question is why a 35 series (narrower overall diameter than stock, bad for dd, but good for track/torque)

Oh and FYI, 265/295 is going to make the TCS overactive, 255 would be better in the front.
 

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By fitting, I mean there's no rubbing.
 

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^Even lowered it could work, depends how low and what wheel width.
Remember these tires are going to have a smaller overall diameter compared to stock 18's, so it will clear the fender easier.
 

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9.5 and 10.5 rear .. im looking for a set of varrstoen wheels ..

If it's 9.5 F and 10.5 R, no and no.
i saw your car in montreal but don't remember what tires you had on ..
what's your setup / offset ??
 

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At that time: 9.5 +22 F with 245/40/19 and 10.5 +22 R with 285/35/19.

This summer: Same wheels, 245/35/19 F and 275/35/19 R.
 

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i think i'll go with 19's since the tire prices are about the same prices..
so that combo would fit without rubbing?? (i mean the 245/35 , 275/35)

At that time: 9.5 +22 F with 245/40/19 and 10.5 +22 R with 285/35/19.

This summer: Same wheels, 245/35/19 F and 275/35/19 R.
 

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^ Nah, you'd want something around +15 and ~ 225/45/18 for tires. (Depending on preference).
 

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Front 255/45/18 - 8.5 + 30 ?
Had that on my car and it fit fine at stock height, you'll need a lower offset if you plan on lowering the car.
 
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