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Currently need opinions, new to the car game. Doing some research for my own personal knowledge. Current setup I just got is running Coilovers with Aodhan Ds02 :
Front : 18x9.5 +22 215/40/18
Rear : 18x10.5 +22 225/40/18

Should I get more meat on my wheels? I’ve been seeing Front 245, Rear 275 but would that require a fender roll?
 

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Currently need opinions, new to the car game. Doing some research for my own personal knowledge. Current setup I just got is running Coilovers with Aodhan Ds02 :
Front : 18x9.5 +22 215/40/18
Rear : 18x10.5 +22 225/40/18

Should I get more meat on my wheels? I’ve been seeing Front 245, Rear 275 but would that require a fender roll?
Yes, more meat. You'll be gucci with 245/275.
 
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Currently need opinions, new to the car game. Doing some research for my own personal knowledge. Current setup I just got is running Coilovers with Aodhan Ds02 :
Front : 18x9.5 +22 215/40/18
Rear : 18x10.5 +22 225/40/18

Should I get more meat on my wheels? I’ve been seeing Front 245, Rear 275 but would that require a fender roll?
mrGainZ gave me the same recommendation, and I love em. I have 245/40/18 and 275/40/18 on Aodhan DS02 wheels, same offeset. Some prefer even more meat, but I liked the look and can confirm the grip was great. Had it out at VIR for Holiday laps a few weeks ago and grip was solid.
 
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Getting 19x8.5+35 in the front. I am seeing mixed things, should I go with 235/40 or 235/35? No spacers, no fender mods. Stock suspension
 

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Getting 19x8.5+35 in the front. I am seeing mixed things, should I go with 235/40 or 235/35? No spacers, no fender mods. Stock suspension
235 is probably a bit narrow, unless you’re fond of tire stretch. 245 is the better call, imo.

This is 245 on 8.5” et20. These are 35-series on coilovers.
 
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235 is probably a bit narrow, unless you’re fond of tire stretch. 245 is the better call, imo.

This is 245 on 8.5” et20. These are 35-series on coilovers.
My main priority is being able to easily put stock rims back so I can leave winter tires on them. People at carid wanted me to run 225 on 8.5s! So do you have 245/35 on the front?
 

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Will
rear 18x10.5 +25 275/40
front 18x9.5 +25 245/40
fit PBM coilovers?
Wheels currently fit in stock base suspension with ~1.0 inch clearance from rear strut covers and 3.5mm clearance from front struts.
 

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2013 Track with the Brembos, ESR SR08 Bronze and Firestone Firehawk Indy 500

Front - 19x8.5 +30mm 245/35/19
Rear - 19x9.5 +22mm 265/35/19

Rear is perfectly flush with the stock Track suspension. No rubbing in front or rear. Can also confirm that OEM TPMS sensors fit SR08s. I got used used OEM TPMS sensors that my shop was able to pair up without problem.

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I'm looking to get wheels and tires for a flush fitment and after reading through a lot of this thread I was going to go with 18x9.5 +22mm 245/35/18 and 18x10.5 +22mm 275/35/18. I usually get my wheels and tires from tire rack and when I went to look at the wheels they had they didn't have this offset at all. I also talked with their live chat and they said they might not offer that offset because it will require fender modification.

Will these wheel and tire specs require fender modification? I am also on Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs and Bilstein B8 struts. Have any of you gotten your wheels and tires from tire rack?
 

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I got a free 19inch stock genesis coupe rim for free. Want to use it as the spare tire. Tried mocking it up.....and i couldn't get the wheel all the way on......The wheel wouldn't back all the way in and sit flush. Here are some pics (hopefully they load) of what I'm talking about.......

What am i missing or not seeing?
How can i make these fit.....if so?
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It looks like theres a bit of corrosion on the hub that might be preventing the wheel from seating. I notice your coupe is the non brembo model, that wheel is a 19" ment for the brembo equipped model but im not sure that would prevent it from working on your non brembo model. I assume you know the front rims are smaller than the rears, i cant tell from your photos if thats a front or rear rim, but again i think it should still at least bolt up to the hub. What size tire? Its not hitting somthing preventing the wheel from lining up correctly, is it? I see a wheel spacer and a aftermarket strut in the photos, any modifications that might keep it from seating? Thats all i got.
 

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Anyone know why the rear height is different from left to right? Im on BC BR Coils and when i took it out and measured they were exactly the same but when I installed and dropped it down it looks oddly different... Could it be the weight distribution? If if any one else has experienced this please let me know.
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I got a free 19inch stock genesis coupe rim for free. Want to use it as the spare tire. Tried mocking it up.....and i couldn't get the wheel all the way on......The wheel wouldn't back all the way in and sit flush. Here are some pics (hopefully they load) of what I'm talking about.......

What am i missing or not seeing?
How can i make these fit.....if so?
Looks like there's a hubcentric ring on the hub. Try using a flat head to pry it off. (Right where you marked the red)

 

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I'm looking to get wheels and tires for a flush fitment and after reading through a lot of this thread I was going to go with 18x9.5 +22mm 245/35/18 and 18x10.5 +22mm 275/35/18. I usually get my wheels and tires from tire rack and when I went to look at the wheels they had they didn't have this offset at all. I also talked with their live chat and they said they might not offer that offset because it will require fender modification.

Will these wheel and tire specs require fender modification? I am also on Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs and Bilstein B8 struts. Have any of you gotten your wheels and tires from tire rack?
Those specs are fine. You won't rub or anything. Tirerack uses a textbook guide to see what fits a certain car and only old clueless people believe them lol
 

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Hello all,

Please advise on these wheels if there will be any clearance issues with the strut etc. on a '15 3.8 Ultimate Stock suspension atm..

Front 19x8.5 ET38
Rear 19x19.5 ET42

Will be running 245 x 40 Front & 255 x 40 in the back
 

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Hello all,

Please advise on these wheels if there will be any clearance issues with the strut etc. on a '15 3.8 Ultimate Stock suspension atm..

Front 19x8.5 ET38
Rear 19x19.5 ET42

Will be running 245 x 40 Front & 255 x 40 in the back
There's a good chance it will hit the strut. Find a lower offset or run spacers.
 
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