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Got a 2011 base 2.0 on stock suspension.
Will 18x9.5 +24 for front and 18x10.5 +22 for rear clear enough to avoid rubbing?
Also looking at tires that are 255 35r for front and 275 35r for rear
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I recently purchased a set of silver RPF1 Front - 18x9.5 et15, and Rear - 18x10.5 et15
I am sitting on Eibach Prokit springs, sway bars and Bilstein B8 Dampeners

I don't really like the really stretched look
I was thinking of running,
255/40R18 in the front
285/40R18 in the rear

This will give me a bit of stretch in the rear for clearance, but nothing major.

Just curious if I will have rubbing issues or not with this setup?

It's probably been asked before, but I must have over looked it when looking though the 300+ pages.

Thank you
Duro
 
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Thoughts on how this setup would look? Or if its going to rub?

FRONT:
19 X8.5 +30
245/35-19
REAR:
19 X9.5 +35
275/35-19
 

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Thoughts on how this setup would look? Or if its going to rub?

FRONT:
19 X8.5 +30
245/35-19
REAR:
19 X9.5 +35
275/35-19
You’ll be perfectly fine.
 

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I recently purchased a set of silver RPF1 Front - 18x9.5 et15, and Rear - 18x10.5 et15
I am sitting on Eibach Prokit springs, sway bars and Bilstein B8 Dampeners

I don't really like the really stretched look
I was thinking of running,
255/40R18 in the front
285/40R18 in the rear

This will give me a bit of stretch in the rear for clearance, but nothing major.

Just curious if I will have rubbing issues or not with this setup?

It's probably been asked before, but I must have over looked it when looking though the 300+ pages.

Thank you
Duro

Got the wheels mounted 255/40R18 on the front and 275/40R18 on the rear
Just finished with the alignment today, and had to run from pretty aggressive camber to get the tires not to rub
Was raining on the way home today, but will check with masking tape tomorrow for anymore rubbing

I am running
-2.1deg camber in the front with a +0.10" deg (camber bolts required)
-3.0deg camber in the rear with +0.10" deg

Hopefully the tires will last alright, they are a touring tire as I do more highway and country roads than anything else.
But they do sit perfectly for my taste and look great. Will post pictures later.

Thanks
Duro
 

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Alright...read the 318 pages.....wow! Tires I am considering....frt...245/35/19, rear..275/35/19. My question is wheel offset. Fronts are 8.5" with 30mm offsets...rears are either 25 or 40mm options. I want no rubbing issues, but still aggressive looking. Stock 2012 Genesis Track version. Thank You!
 

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Alright...read the 318 pages.....wow! Tires I am considering....frt...245/35/19, rear..275/35/19. My question is wheel offset. Fronts are 8.5" with 30mm offsets...rears are either 25 or 40mm options. I want no rubbing issues, but still aggressive looking. Stock 2012 Genesis Track version. Thank You!
This is 8.5f/10.0r with +20f/+25r, lowered on coils. No rubbing ever, including track days.

 

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Before anyone gets their panties in a bunch, yes I tried using the search function but it was useless.

Anyone running a square setup with 275/40-18 with 18x9.5" +22 on all 4 corners? If so, any issues? I'll be running this on road courses, not just street.

Stock R-Spec suspension, and camber will be around -1.8 front, -2 rear.
I ran 18x9.5 +22 with 255/35/18 all the way around. The handling was….squirrelly. I dunno if I had **** tires(Dunlop Signature HP’s), or if the square setup had something to do with it. I sold that setup last week and I’m going back to a staggered setup.
 

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I ran 18x9.5 +22 with 255/35/18 all the way around. The handling was….squirrelly. I dunno if I had **** tires(Dunlop Signature HP’s), or if the square setup had something to do with it. I sold that setup last week and I’m going back to a staggered setup.
Any rubbing issues in the front with that size? And are you lowered? How much camber are you running?

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Any rubbing issues in the front with that size? And are you lowered? How much camber are you running?

Thanks.
I am lowered 1.5” in front on ST Suspension coilovers. I was rubbing on the coilovers until I went to 0° camber. Then I was fine. I actually changed the wheels and tires out. I’m running 19x8.5 +35 with 5mm spacers in front and 19x10 +25 in the rear. It handles much different(better, to me) on a staggered set up.
 

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I am lowered 1.5” in front on ST Suspension coilovers. I was rubbing on the coilovers until I went to 0° camber. Then I was fine. I actually changed the wheels and tires out. I’m running 19x8.5 +35 with 5mm spacers in front and 19x10 +25 in the rear. It handles much different(better, to me) on a staggered set up.
I'll probably go 255/35 front, 275/35 rear. It's the same width ratio as OEM, just with a bigger contact patch.
 

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Okay I plan on getting ESR SR07
19x9.5 +22 front with 245/35
19x10.5 +22 rear with 265/35
I’m gonna be dropping my car with BC racing coilovers and was wondering if this setup will rub without rolling or pulling my fenders. Also will take any input if you think I should change tire size etc. what do you guys think would work best. Here’s a pic of how I’m tryna get my car to sit
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Just realized this is in the wrong thread. Forgive me.
 
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