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So here’s an update on the XXR 530D wheels for those interested in the fitment and how they look. Got 3 out of the 4 delivered today and all three had dings and gouges. So it’ll be an even longer wait to get a look at them on the car. Obviously distributors have started shipping them, so if anyone has theirs now and can post pix, I’d love to see them.


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20" fitment

Hello,
I have a 2012 track edition with 19's + brembo's and since I will need new tires on the car, I am leaning towards buying 20's. Looking for a sanity check on these wheels offset and fitment. I am not looking for any poking out, rolling fenders, or stretched tire look, but like the deep dish look.

20x8.5 ET20 - 255/35/20
20x10 ET20 - 275/35/20

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Hello,
I have a 2012 track edition with 19's + brembo's and since I will need new tires on the car, I am leaning towards buying 20's. Looking for a sanity check on these wheels offset and fitment. I am not looking for any poking out, rolling fenders, or stretched tire look, but like the deep dish look.

20x8.5 ET20 - 255/35/20
20x10 ET20 - 275/35/20

Thanks!
245/35 and 275/30.
 

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Sounds good. No poking out correct? Just want to make sure.

Thanks again
According to the chart, you should be flush.
 

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I'm buying Avant Garde m510 rims -19 x 9.5 R, 19 x 8.5 F - on 275/35 and 245/35 tires. Will be putting them on HSD coilovers

I'll be able to get a custom offset with the order, so would really appreciate advice on what offset I should get for a nice flush look.

Let me know! Thanks!
 

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I'm buying Avant Garde m510 rims -19 x 9.5 R, 19 x 8.5 F - on 275/35 and 245/35 tires. Will be putting them on HSD coilovers

I'll be able to get a custom offset with the order, so would really appreciate advice on what offset I should get for a nice flush look.

Let me know! Thanks!
 

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I'm buying Avant Garde m510 rims -19 x 9.5 R, 19 x 8.5 F - on 275/35 and 245/35 tires. Will be putting them on HSD coilovers

I'll be able to get a custom offset with the order, so would really appreciate advice on what offset I should get for a nice flush look.

Let me know! Thanks!
I have the same sizes with +33 on the front and +25 on the rear. The rear is exactly what I wanted. The fronts are a little tucked. For me, a +25 offset there would be about right so I am considering 10mm spacers. Stock 4x4 height (for now). Michelin PS4's.





 

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Thanks for sharing, your fit looks good.

I'm a bit confused, since according to the chart the ideal offset is stated at +9 for both front and rear with 19s wit 8.5F and 9.5R , whereas you have a different offset with same rim size and your fitment looks flush
 

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Yea, not sure about the difference with the chart. There is plenty of discussion about that in the hundreds of pages of this thread. LOL. I crunched the numbers and also used several on-line fit calculators to build confidence before pulling the trigger...
 

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Thanks a lot! Yeah seems like your numbers match with what other folks have said with same size rims.

I hope there's clearance room for HSD coilovers... I heard they require more room than other coilovers, not sure if I should account for that somehow.... wish this was easier.
 

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I am stuck on what my fronts should be. I originally wanted the following specs with HSD Coils but concerned that the extra 5mm clearance wont fit. I was going to go with:

Front
19x8.5 ET 25
Rear
19x9.5 ET 25

Would the front wheels clear the strut assembly from the HSD coilovers? if they don't fit would dropping to ET 20 in the front be the best solution?
Hey Killer_b6393 - Were you able to figure out if +25mm offset on the 8.5 & 9.5 19s would give the HSD coilovers enough room? I'm in exact situation as you.
 

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I'm in the process of purchasing Niche - M131 wheels for my Bk2 2.0t.

The specs for the Niche's are:
Front: 19x8.5 with a 25mm offset.
Rear: 19x10, 25mm offset.

I'm not entirely sure which tires I plan on running. I'm looking for a minimal stretch.

Would this setup work?
Front: 235/35/R19 or 245/35/R19
Rear: 265/35/R19 or 275/35 or 30/R19

Ultimately this is what I'm looking for all the way around.

http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e33/JUchman/user190418_pic45604_1365285941_zpsxgodnsjx.jpg

Thank-you!
 

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I'm a bit late in asking this but I ordered a set of wheels and I'm not sure if they're going to rub the struts. If someone could let me know if I need wheel spacers and what size I'd appreciate it.

9.5x18 +40 (255/40/18) front
10.5x18 + 40 (275/40/18) rear
 

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I'm a bit late in asking this but I ordered a set of wheels and I'm not sure if they're going to rub the struts. If someone could let me know if I need wheel spacers and what size I'd appreciate it.

9.5x18 +40 (255/40/18) front
10.5x18 + 40 (275/40/18) rear
Those are some pretty high offsets my friend. 15mm spacers all around should do the trick.
 

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Hey Killer_b6393 - Were you able to figure out if +25mm offset on the 8.5 & 9.5 19s would give the HSD coilovers enough room? I'm in exact situation as you.
yea the rears are 100% okay, however I put a 5mm spacer on the front because you still need like 2mm of clearance
 

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Gave up on the XXR 530D’s after shipping issues. Got ESR RF1s instead. I followed the sizing chart at the top of the thread, but I have rubbing issues. Got 19x9.5 +22 front and 19x10.5 +22 rear. Tires are 255/40 front and 285/45 rear. I know I got meatier tires that most would, but that’s my preference. Stance is aggressive, and I like it, but my front tires are rubbing on that base plate holding the stock coil in place. Idk what the correct term for it is, but its unnecessarily large and only seems to have been made that big to piss me off. Can’t confirm this yet, but seeing as I only had about a quarter inch of clearance while on the jack, Im pretty sure it’s that base plate . But it only seems to rub when cornering hard or hitting bumps during turns. The plate is pretty sharp, so I need a solution before it cuts into the tire. Anyone else have this issue? Any remedies? Unsure if I can somehow adjust the plate and compress the coil more to get more room, or if I can shave away a half inch or so without jeopardizing the integrity of the suspension. Also, the rear rubs, but I’m almost positive it’s hitting the fender. Haven’t put enough miles on them yet to be able to tell.


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Those are some pretty high offsets my friend. 15mm spacers all around should do the trick.
That did it for the rear, but not quite right for the front. The lip of the front rims are rubbing against the shocks when turning the wheel hard right. Ordered a set of 3mm spacer disks to add for a total of 18mm on the front. I also had to cut the lugs on the front about 5mm down so the wheel would sit flat on the spacer.

So just to clarify for anyone thinking of getting Miro 111 wheels,
9.5x18 +40 (255/40/18) front
10.5x18 + 40 (275/40/18) rear

Needs 15mm spacers on the back and at least 17mm on the front.
 

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I'd like to know if a set of wheels with +35 offset would be fine on a 2011 GT 3.8.

Fronts

19" DIAMETER (19" x 8.5")
[+35 Offset, 5x114.3 Bolt Pattern, 72.6mm Hub]

Rears

19" DIAMETER (19" x 9.5")
[+35 Offset, 5x114.3 Bolt Pattern, 72.6mm Hub]

Any info is appreciated!
 

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I'd like to know if a set of wheels with +35 offset would be fine on a 2011 GT 3.8.

Fronts

19" DIAMETER (19" x 8.5")
[+35 Offset, 5x114.3 Bolt Pattern, 72.6mm Hub]

Rears

19" DIAMETER (19" x 9.5")
[+35 Offset, 5x114.3 Bolt Pattern, 72.6mm Hub]

Any info is appreciated!
Possibly, but wouldn't risk it. Looks like HeyWood above runs a 19x8.5 +33 in the fronts just fine, but he runs a lower offset in the rears. Worst case scenario run spacers or find wheels with offsets closer to +20 range.
 
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