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What if the offset was was brought up a bit on the rears like a +20 or +25, do you think the 275s would fit better?
Unfortunately these wheels are built only in 19x9.5-15 / 19x10.5+12.

You couldn't really bring up the offset unless you shave down the back pad of the wheel but we do not recommend it. You can fit a 275/30/19 on the rears but a 265/30/19 would be a better fit. That is if you are not slamming your car and looking to tuck tire or anything.
 

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I am looking to purchase a set of square g8's for my gen coupe 2013 base model. I will be lowered on BC coils but wanted to know if the red gen coupe with the white g8's you guys test fitted them of had rolled fenders or spacers? I'm looking to get a nice fit and have to doing the least amount of modifications to the fenders. Would you recommend 18x9.5 on all 4 or 19's? Please let me know what you think! Thanks
 

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I am looking to purchase a set of square g8's for my gen coupe 2013 base model. I will be lowered on BC coils but wanted to know if the red gen coupe with the white g8's you guys test fitted them of had rolled fenders or spacers? I'm looking to get a nice fit and have to doing the least amount of modifications to the fenders. Would you recommend 18x9.5 on all 4 or 19's? Please let me know what you think! Thanks
On our red shop car we ran a 275/30/19 also on BC coilovers. For best tire clearance we did a very slight fender pull - around 3mm-5mm. Front fenders were rolled flat. No spacers were used at all. 18x9.5 are a little small for the Genesis but I have seen many pull on 18's quite nicely. You should be fine running the staggered 19x9.5/19x10.5 and you can run 19x9.5 all around if you want to play it safe.
 
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