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Spring is approaching and I'm looking at wheel options. Most of the discussion regarding RPF1s seems to revolve around 18" wheels (there has been some discussion but is anyone on here actually running RPF1s?).

Will the following setup fit? I have stock suspension but I'll be picking up a set of Eibach Sportlines around the same time.

Enkei RPF1
Front: 19x9 +18 with 245/35/19 or 255/35/19 RE11s
Rear: 19x10 +22 with 285/35/19 or 275/35/19 RE-11s

The 255/35s are closer to the stock size in the front, but will they fit?
What about the 285s, will they fit with a modest drop on the Sportlines and +22m offset? Or should I stick with 275/35s?

I'm not looking for any stretch but I would like the wheels/tires to be relatively "flush" with the body of the car.

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Enkei RPF1
Front: 19x9 +18 with 245/35/19
Rear: 19x10 +22 with 275/35/19 RE-11s

I'm not looking for any stretch but I would like the wheels/tires to be relatively "flush" with the body of the car.
Thanks.
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Ya made me cut & paste!
Then stay with 245/35 and 275/35.
You will be too far out to look good with wider tires.
 

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So how would you guys mix and match this?

19x8.5 +22
19x9 +18
19x9.5 +22
19x10 +22

I want to run 245s in the front and 275s in the rear and I want the tires to fit properly (ie. NO stretch).

19x9 in the front and 19x10 in the rear? Or 19x8.5 front and 19x9.5 rear?
 

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So how would you guys mix and match this?
I want to run 245s in the front and 275s in the rear and I want the tires to fit properly (ie. NO stretch).
19x9 in the front and 19x10 in the rear? Or 19x8.5 front and 19x9.5 rear?
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"I want the tires to fit properly (ie. NO stretch)."
19x8.5 +22 > 245/35/19
19x9.5 +22 > 275/35/19
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