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What offset will I need to clear Brembos? I want to do the SC-5 20x10 up front to have that dual concave look, but I don't want to rub. I'm lowered on coils, if I have to add camber I don't mind.

They sell the wheel in 20x10+35. With that said do I need to run spacers, and what tire would you recommend? I don't mind a streched tire to fit the front. Also since I'll be doing a 20x10.5+27 in the rear, what spacer for the rear should I get to match the front flushness?


Does anyone know if the 20x10 is even concave??? Is the 20x9 concave so I wont even have to worry about fitment issues. Oh and is there 19x9.5 concave? Maybe I can just run a 19x9.5 all around and be done with it.
 

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From my experience with EU Braking System on the fronts ( EU's are slightly bigger than US Brembos) You would need to add around 10 mm spacers to make them fit. Right now i have the K3 P1's with 9x20 and 20 ET and i had to add atleast 3mm spacers to clear the calipers. Ofcourse, with the P1's its a complete different story... Also depends on the coils that you have as some are larger some are smaller.... depends on how much camber you will be able to add... megan should be very close to bc which should not be a problem in the fronts
 

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I'd run 20mm spacers all around, 225/35 245/35 for the slammed fitted look.

i personally wouldn't get the 9"s, since 10" are avail
 

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I'd run 20mm spacers all around, 225/35 245/35 for the slammed fitted look.

i personally wouldn't get the 9"s, since 10" are avail
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Okay so, 20x10+35 with a 20mm spacer and 20x10.5+27 with a 20mm spacer as well?

With 225/35/20 and 245/35/20? Can I do a 265/30 in the rear?
 

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IDK man, that would be tough you probably would have to keep the offset in the 20's for 265s. and running a 10" in the front you have to keep the offset in the mid-low teens to clear the strut.


a 15mm spacer would make it +12

this is +12 with a 245/40 and i don't think i could fit 20 more mm of tire in that gap

 
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