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Old 08-04-2013, 09:37 PM   #1
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Can I fit a 18x10 rim with a +25 offset, or a +28 with a 275/40 tire in front? I know people have put a 10" rim in front but I don't know whether they had rubbing or not. Any help would be awesome!
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Can I fit a 18x10 rim with a 275/40 tire in front? I know people have put a 10" rim in front but I don't know whether they had rubbing or not. Any help would be awesome!
18x10 on the front?

What do you plan on putting in the back?

18x10 may/may not rub. I'm not 100% sure. If they rub slightly you may just need to fender roll/trim the plastic on the wheel guard toward the front of the car. I think firestone/les schwab can do a free mount test if you have the rim/tire. Not sure though.
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I've seen it done but I don't know if he had spacers or what the offset was
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I've seen it done but I don't know if he had spacers or what the offset was
max offset should be 35. I'm not saying it can't be done, but to have it not rub might require a little finesse and creativity.

Best bet is talk to a site admin or dedicated member.

Also you can always get info off of American muscle, or a local tire dealer like firestone.
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18x10 on the front?

What do you plan on putting in the back?

18x10 may/may not rub. I'm not 100% sure. If they rub slightly you may just need to fender roll/trim the plastic on the wheel guard toward the front of the car. I think firestone/les schwab can do a free mount test if you have the rim/tire. Not sure though.
Im looking to just do 10" all the way around. I've seen some guys put a 18x10.5 all the way around with stretched tires but I'd do a 275/40
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Don't know is this helps or not.....on my 13, I have 19X9.5 with 285/35/19 all the way around and no problems.....I can't see the extra 1/2" making that big a difference... but I can't say positively.
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