Can you post up more pics? 8.5+44 non staggard? Would like to see fitment.
18X9.5 +42 w/245/40 oh I don't know if you'll have 1/2 inch space to play with! But +42 offset is OK and if you are running 18's make sure you check what 18 inch wheels fits in you car.Can you post up more pics? 8.5+44 non staggard? Would like to see fitment.
I'm thinking about putting on 18x9.5+42 :think: You think there's 1/2 an inch of space available?
Also, I wanna run 245/40 tires so it stretches a little.
I'm thinking about the Work M.C.O. in red 18x9.5+42 because it has a more concave face than 8.5+50, looking to slap on 245/40 PSS. I want to lower on H&R springs as well, I dont want to rub.18X9.5 +42 w/245/40 oh I don't know if you'll have 1/2 inch space to play with! But +42 offset is OK and if you are running 18's make sure you check what 18 inch wheels fits in you car.
google "wheel and tire fitment calculator" and enter the specific measurements to give more lf an idea.
I have 18x8 +35 enkie rpf1 w/toyo proxes r888 235/40 for the drag strip. The front one doesn't clear the calipers in circumference. I had to shave shave or grind my calipers down to fit it. And also its hanging outside more than its supposed too. As far as the rear, I scrape the fenders when I have a passenger in the back, I am lowered on H&R springs.
you should be alright with your set up!I'm thinking about the Work M.C.O. in red 18x9.5+42 because it has a more concave face than 8.5+50, looking to slap on 245/40 PSS. I want to lower on H&R springs as well, I dont want to rub.
You think that'll work? 8+35 is 12mm less extended compared to 9.5+42, how come that rubs but 9.5 doesnt?
Can you post a few extra pics? I want to see how the spec I want would look on the car.
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These are my fronts: 19 x8.5 +45, with 235/35/19 tires, and as you can see with the pink string in the pic below, its exactly flush with fender edge (0 poke). Going to a +35 offset will push the rim out another 10mm past the edge of the fender. Your wheel/tire setup would stick out for sure. You won't have issues if you are riding stock height, as you can see in my pic below, there is about 5 inches of clearance from bottom edge of fender to when it hits the edge of the rim. That would be a pretty mean speed bump You would just have to deal with the visual sight of having your wheel/tires sticking out an extra 10mm. Each person has a personal preference there. I personally don't mind a little bit of poke as long as it doesn't interfere mechanically with anything, but to each his own. So i think you are Ok as far as poke as long as you are riding stock height. However ...Just bought a CLA. About to find out if the rims / tires I ordered are going to fit / not cause issues. Fingers crossed.
19X8.5, +35offset (they were out of stock on the +45), 245/35/19 front
19X9.5, +45offset, 285/30/19 rears