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Hey Yall I'm super lost when it comes to offsets and rim width pretty much anything that has to do with tires other than changing a flat. Ive tried searching but cant seem to find the exact answer Im looking for.
I found a set of 19" 370z wheels but the tires are way wider than the stock 19s our gens come with and the offsets are way different.
Can anyone confirm if these will fit before I make the 3hr trip to go get them.
From what i can tell from other threads the + with that high of an offset i should be able to use spacers to flush them up right?

19 inch wheels:
F: P245/40R19
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19x9 +47
19x10 +30

So turns out the guy I got these off of didnt know anything about them the wheels are 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 with +38 offsets.
Can anyone recommend a good tire combo for these the rubber on them was also trash but wheels are nice and I got them super cheap so might as well go for a good tire combo.

Also what size spacers would I need to run these car is lowered just a tad. Turns out they are 5x4.25 so I have to get adapters anyways.

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So turns out the guy I got these off of didnt know anything about them the wheels are 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 with +38 offsets.
Can anyone recommend a good tire combo for these the rubber on them was also trash but wheels are nice and I got them super cheap so might as well go for a good tire combo.

Also what size spacers would I need to run these car is lowered just a tad. Turns out they are 5x4.25 so I have to get adapters anyways.
10mm spacers. 245/35 and 275/35 tires.


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Hey, guys. Long time lurker and first time poster.

I see a lot of guys running low offsets. I was wondering if these specs would work:

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Front: 19x8.5, 5x114.3, +30 offset
Rear: 19x9.5, 5x114.3, +35 offset

The rear matches the stock spec but I was worried about the front. I may lower in the future but for now the suspension will be completely stock. Thanks.
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Turning into kind of a nightmare on these wheels.
Since I need actual hub adapters to change the bolt pattern from 114.3 to 108 I think the smallest size I can get is 15 - 20 mm so my question before I waste more money is will this combo fit.

F 245/35/19 8.5" wheel +18 offset
R 275/35/19 9.5" Wheel +18 offset

those are with 20mm adapters as that's the smallest I'm finding right now.

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Turning into kind of a nightmare on these wheels.
Since I need actual hub adapters to change the bolt pattern from 114.3 to 108 I think the smallest size I can get is 15 - 20 mm so my question before I waste more money is will this combo fit.

F 245/35/19 8.5" wheel +18 offset
R 275/35/19 9.5" Wheel +18 offset

those are with 20mm adapters as that's the smallest I'm finding right now.
Get the 15mm spacers and you'll be close to flush. +18 will poke past the fender a bit.

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@mrGainZ thanks for the info!

Do you know about how much of a poke and if it will cause clearance issues?
Turns out you can find 15mm 108 to 114.3 adapters all day long but the smallest 114.3 to 108 I can find is the 20mm and even then it's actually 4.5 to 4.25 and requires I buy different lugnuts due to threading.

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@mrGainZ thanks for the info!

Do you know about how much of a poke and if it will cause clearance issues?
Turns out you can find 15mm 108 to 114.3 adapters all day long but the smallest 114.3 to 108 I can find is the 20mm and even then it's actually 4.5 to 4.25 and requires I buy different lugnuts due to threading.
Couldn't give you an exact number of how much it will poke but it won't be much. If you're lowered with some camber you'll be fine. Pic below is when I used to have 18x10.5 +20 in the rears with a 1-2 inch drop.


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Thanks for the pic!
I did some digging and found a few ppl with similar wheel sizes everything looks to be a go and the hub adapters will be here tomorrow.
I also compared what I'm going to have with the 18x10.5 +20s you have posted and with a 19x9.5 setup at +13 ill have about 7mm less poke than posted above.

Thanks for all the help I think I have done enough reading at this point that I actually understand some of what I'm looking at now

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Thanks for the pic!
I did some digging and found a few ppl with similar wheel sizes everything looks to be a go and the hub adapters will be here tomorrow.
I also compared what I'm going to have with the 18x10.5 +20s you have posted and with a 19x9.5 setup at +13 ill have about 7mm less poke than posted above.

Thanks for all the help I think I have done enough reading at this point that I actually understand some of what I'm looking at now

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Hey guys, currently shoe shopping for the car. I've grown fond of the look of the Enkei PF01 wheels, bonus that they are lightweight and 1 piece. I want to keep with 18's and definitely want them to fill the wheel well better. I'd prefer them to be close to flush. (currently on bc racing coilovers).

I'm interested in keeping a similar sidewall profile. My biggest concern is the limited offsets available for the wheels. Per the chart +22 would be the best offset for 9.5 and 10.5 wheels for front and back.

Using some wheel size calculators the front with +35 seems to be the most minimal change with 8mm poke and 12mm closer to suspension. The +15 meanwhile would be 28mm poke which from my measurements might be too much for the fronts. I've considered spacers, but not sold on that yet.

For the rear, Enkei is limited to +15 or +38 for these wheels. Basically the same problem with 38 mm poke if I went with +15. Should I consider a +10mm spacer and go with the +35/38? Looking for some opinions. Also open to other wheels that are similar, if you guys have some recommendations.

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Front 225/45/R18 +33 x 7.5
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Bros I'm getting dizzy from all the online wheel fitment calculators.

Just let me know if this will fit my 2013 2.0T

wheels are 20x9 +35 front and back. Looking for tire size that doesn't look stretched. I want the tire wall to be straight and flush with the rim. Also I have some Eibach Sportline lowering springs. They lower the front and back by about 1.5 inch. Also I have some 10mm spacers lying around somewhere I believe.

I'm thinking 245/30/20 front and back. Found a great deal on 4.

So btw I jumped on these wheels as I messed up one of my wheels and was really tight on cash so I found a this set new for $350. Shipped. I jumped on it, but I'm hoping it wasn't a mistake. I can't afford to spend any more cash lol.
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Hey guys, currently shoe shopping for the car. I've grown fond of the look of the Enkei PF01 wheels, bonus that they are lightweight and 1 piece. I want to keep with 18's and definitely want them to fill the wheel well better. I'd prefer them to be close to flush. (currently on bc racing coilovers).

I'm interested in keeping a similar sidewall profile. My biggest concern is the limited offsets available for the wheels. Per the chart +22 would be the best offset for 9.5 and 10.5 wheels for front and back.

Using some wheel size calculators the front with +35 seems to be the most minimal change with 8mm poke and 12mm closer to suspension. The +15 meanwhile would be 28mm poke which from my measurements might be too much for the fronts. I've considered spacers, but not sold on that yet.

For the rear, Enkei is limited to +15 or +38 for these wheels. Basically the same problem with 38 mm poke if I went with +15. Should I consider a +10mm spacer and go with the +35/38? Looking for some opinions. Also open to other wheels that are similar, if you guys have some recommendations.

Before (stock):
Front 225/45/R18 +33 x 7.5
Back 245/45/R18 +33 x 8

After:
Front 255/40/R18 +35 x 9.5
Rear 275/40/R18+15 x 10.5
That style of wheel is pretty common. Here's some alternatives you can look into that have specs for our setup:

Work Kiwami
Work CR2P
Vordoven Forme 9
Aodhan DS02

If you decide not to go with any of those, your best bet is to get +35/38 and 10mm spacers with those Enkeis. +15 will definitely poke and there's no adjustments.
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Thanks mrGainZ,

I have pretty much decided on the Aodhan DS02.

At 18x9.5 +22 and 18x10.5 +22 would 255/40 fit in the front or would it poke a bit too much?

Based on similar configs I assum the 275/40 in the rear should be fine.
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Thanks mrGainZ,

I have pretty much decided on the Aodhan DS02.

At 18x9.5 +22 and 18x10.5 +22 would 255/40 fit in the front or would it poke a bit too much?

Based on similar configs I assum the 275/40 in the rear should be fine.
I'd get 245/40 for the front
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So I went with Aodhan DS02 wheels and Michelin pilot super sports. Tire sizes practically matched stock circumference so no speedometer issues.
9.5 + 22 245/40/18
10.5 + 22 275/40/18

Overall I have a bit of poke because I'm not running high camber and I don't want to be slammed. Can't really tell from the picture I have at the moment, but the tire sticks out a bit. I kind of like the look it gives though.
Camber: -2.1 to -2.0 camber on front and back.
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9.5 + 22 245/40/18
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Stretching a 275 on a 10.5 inch wheel .... i would do at minimum of 305 on a 10.5 but my taste is more tire than wheel ...

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Wouldn't 305 be too much tire for a 10.5? I was using some recommendations, but also multiple charts suggesting a safe MIN tire size for 10.5 wheel is 265mm with MAX being 295mm.

275mm is 10.8 inches so I wouldn't call it stretched really, but it is slightly. Now the 265 would be for sure stretched.

295mm is 11.6 inches and 305 is 12 inches. Would you wan to run some 11's on the rear if you were going with 305?
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275mm is 10.8 inches so I wouldn't call it stretched really, but it is slightly. Now the 265 would be for sure stretched.

Don’t forget the 275mm (10.8”) is the section width (incl sidewalls) so the tread is still going to be less than 275, and therefore there will be stretch. I run 275 on 10s, and it’s a little stretched. 295/305 would never fit on a 10.5 +22 in my opinion without some stance-level camber.

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Wouldn't 305 be too much tire for a 10.5? I was using some recommendations, but also multiple charts suggesting a safe MIN tire size for 10.5 wheel is 265mm with MAX being 295mm.

275mm is 10.8 inches so I wouldn't call it stretched really, but it is slightly. Now the 265 would be for sure stretched.

295mm is 11.6 inches and 305 is 12 inches. Would you wan to run some 11's on the rear if you were going with 305?
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I have a 9.5 inch wheel on my Nissan and it has a Mickey Thompson 275 on it and its almost a vertical flush fit... So i can imagine putting a 275 on a 10.5 inch wheel, its GOING to be stretched, not a LOT but i can tell you i will see the stretch and it will irritate the crap out of me...
If you look at my tire and how it fits, add another .5 inches to each side and imagine that tire IS going to stretch to fit... Now its NOT even close to flush anymore .. That is the drifter look that i do not like...
My gen coupe will have a 10 inch wide wheel and even putting a 275 on it will stretch it out a little ... If my 275 is flush on a 9.5 inch tire, its going to stretch on a 10 inch wheel and even more on a 10.5 inch wheel.. This 10 inch will get a MINUMIM of a 285 tire and im sure that 285 will be damn close to a good vertical flush to the wheel, if not, then im going 295 or 305 to get that more tire than wheel look ...
I don't go by those calculators and converting mm to inches, that does not work in the tire world ... Yes a 275mm is 10.8 inches wide but in the real world you put a 275 on a 10.5 inch wheel, its not going to match ... !!
My Nissan (same as above) has a 7.5 inch wheel in the front and a 235 was vertically FLUSH with the wheel, then i went to a 245 and the tire was more than the wheel ... Do the math, 245mm is 9.6 inches .... So why does a 245 buldge out slightly when mounted on a 7.5 inch wheel...??
Because those calculators dont work and the recommended tire size per wheel is their safe margin. And MOST if not ALL of those recommended tires will be semi flush to slghtly stretched.

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It's all preference! I'm running 265/35 on 19x11

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It's all preference! I'm running 265/35 on 19x11
You got right, you are the person that i talk **** about by STRETCHING a 265 onto an 11 inch wheel ... That is hideous ... lol
I just got 20x8.5 for the front with a 255/30 and its slightly stretched by like ~10 deg ... its not too bad, i have seen worse (like yours lol) but i can deal with it. The rear is a 20x10 with a 295/30 and its a perfect 0 deg flush fit to the wheel ..
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