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Old 08-24-2014, 09:28 PM   #1
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Hello all, I'm very interested in this particular wheel in the 19 inch variety. I have no clue about fitment on these vehicles. Will a 19x10 with a 20 offset fit without issue on my lowered 2014 GT or will there be serious rubbage? I have a fender rolling guy I need be. Just wondering because it seems like an aggressive offset for the vehicle. I'm lowered 1.5 inches. Apologies for the noob-ness in advance lol.


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I think a 20 will rub. I'm thinking 25mm minimum, with a 10" wheel maybe even 30mm.
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I think a 20 will rub. I'm thinking 25mm minimum, with a 10" wheel maybe even 30mm.

Damn, they don't make a 19x10 with a higher offset without changing hub bore size. I'm looking at them on CarID.com. Would I just need to get different hub centric ring sizes than oem? I think it's 73.1 correct? I believe they make a 19x10 40+ but the bore size is different. Mind you, I'm trying to stay away from 20's for performance reasons, but I may need to look into them I suppose...


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Damn, they don't make a 19x10 with a higher offset without changing hub bore size. I'm looking at them on CarID.com. Would I just need to get different hub centric ring sizes than oem? I think it's 73.1 correct? I believe they make a 19x10 40+ but the bore size is different. Mind you, I'm trying to stay away from 20's for performance reasons, but I may need to look into them I suppose...


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Don't worry about the hub bore. If it's bigger you get hub rings.

Standard for our cars is +40 in the rear and +35 in the front. I just use a 5/16 spacer. They're not flush but they look pretty good.
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Don't worry about the hub bore. If it's bigger you get hub rings.



Standard for our cars is +40 in the rear and +35 in the front. I just use a 5/16 spacer. They're not flush but they look pretty good.

Stang man thanks brotha. They do have a 19x10 +40 with a 73.1 bore I just missed it. That should fit well I would assume? Main goal here was to get some meat out back (at least a 285) but not have any clearance issues, and also have the concave staggered look out back.


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Any pics of your set up bro?


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I have a 20x10 and 20x9.5 niche Milan set up. 245 in front and 275 out back. I have pics but I never post any here because no matter what I do they are always upside down.
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I have a 20x10 and 20x9.5 niche Milan set up. 245 in front and 275 out back. I have pics but I never post any here because no matter what I do they are always upside down.

Lol download photobucket, and upload the link from there. My buddy has the veronas and they're peeling!!!! Friggin peeling!!!! He sent them back and niché is makin good on them, but I was really surprised at that being 400$ a pop. This wheel the STR 607 I'm looking at I'm sure may do the same the thing, but if they do I'll powder coat them. They're cheap, and good looking at 1900$ out the door with tires, TPMS, locks, the whole nine. Just trying to get my bases covered.


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Lol download photobucket, and upload the link from there. My buddy has the veronas and they're peeling!!!! Friggin peeling!!!! He sent them back and niché is makin good on them, but I was really surprised at that being 400$ a pop. This wheel the STR 607 I'm looking at I'm sure may do the same the thing, but if they do I'll powder coat them. They're cheap, and good looking at 1900$ out the door with tires, TPMS, locks, the whole nine. Just trying to get my bases covered.


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Yeah Ill look into the Photo Bucket idea. Its very frustrating not being able to post pics.

What finish does he have on his wheels? I have the machined finish and so far so good...
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Yeah photobucket is extremely easy man plus they have an app for iPhone/android. You just upload files, click the img link into your post and voila. Yanno I'm not sure on the finish, they're bronze-ish though...


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