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I posted up a quick write up of what I'm running with pics, maybe this would help too:

MY SETUP
 

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hmm.. thoughts on tire sizes

it can be stretch, minor stretch or meaty... don't care.. give me what you guys would run.. i wanna hear first before i go out buying tires for 19x9 19x10

i thought about runnin like.. 235/40 and 255/40
on 19x9 and 19x10 I would run 254/35/19 and 275/35/19. these will be a bit meatier and will therefore put more rubber to the road = more performance.

whether or not these will fit or not depends on your offset... I would suggest somewhere in the neighborhood of +22 or +20.
 

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ooo.. thanks.
 

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so i found some bomb ass wheels only problem is they have a high offset +35 up.. could i just use wheel spacers to make up for such a high offset.. also has neone ran 18's on the brembos... i dont wana have to run 20's as the wheels i like don't come in 19's :(
 

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I'm against spacers 200%. Do more research until you find great wheels in the offset you want.
 

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^^ shitty.... whats ur theory behind wheel spacers??? why the hate.. not tryin to come at you just askin....
 

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Why is it so hard to do the research to find great looking wheels without having to use spacers? This is also just my personal preference.
 

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what offsets?

i have a set of Venaci Mesh on the way for our coupe. <br>
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20x9 245/35R20<br>
20x10 285/30R20<br>
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<img src="http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a339/hartget94/Picture2557.jpg?t=1265397811" border="0" alt="">
 

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slot of times it comes down to budget and also if you get ur heart set on a wheel it's hard to settle. I agree no spacers is better but I've been on mine for 6k+ no problems yet.

Why is it so hard to do the research to find great looking wheels without having to use spacers? This is also just my personal preference.
 

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slot of times it comes down to budget and also if you get ur heart set on a wheel it's hard to settle. I agree no spacers is better but I've been on mine for 6k+ no problems yet.
couldn't agree more...

Rretail = $3400..
Listed used in mint = $1600
Spacer = $40-$120 (depending on size... and brand..)

i'd go for the used mint with spacers.. hehe.. been doing that for almost all the wheels i've had previously... :dunno:
 

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but if im serious on keeping the wheels for more than 6 months.. then i could live with buying them new with the specs i want.. hehe
 

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Why is it so hard to do the research to find great looking wheels without having to use spacers? This is also just my personal preference.
because iv looked around and couldn't really find anything to likeing with out having to pay an outrageous price...and the ones i found i fell in love with but the off set is like 35-40.. thats why
 

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With that wheel width/tire/offset combo, it's going to look uneven. In the front, it's only going to stick out 15 mm more, while the rear (if it even fits) will stick out 35 mm more. =\

Assuming your putting this on a GT model, those are the OEM specs I calculated with.
 
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