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Old 05-14-2013, 12:13 AM   #1
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Wheel off set

Ok so I'm looking to buy some wheels. Problem I'm having is off sets. What will fit and what won't. I have a 2011 gt and the wheels I'm looking at are 19x9.5 front with 41mm os, and 19x10.5 rear with 27mm os. Will these fit? And is it proper fitment?

Ps I did try looking this up first... All I came up with is preference.

I don't want much if any stick out
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your fronts should be ok
but rears will be out way too far

you need a +45 for the rears
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Not sure on off set, but the max back spacing is 7.5"
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Old 05-14-2013, 12:24 AM   #4
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I can hook you up with some nice 19" avant garde or mrr rims
I have a guy that can get them to you at s great price
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your fronts should be ok
but rears will be out way too far

you need a +45 for the rears
Even with 10.5" rear?
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Old 05-14-2013, 12:28 AM   #6
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I have 20x10 1/2 +45 with 305/30/20
sits perfect
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Ok sweet.... Thanks
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:10 AM   #8
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Vossen's set up is great with their 20x10.5 in the rear however, I ran a 305/35 and I rub slightly but mellow would be right in the 305/30, it wouldn't stick out as much. Hankook makes a good set of tires at 255/35 for the front and 305/30 in the rear.
We run Avant Garde on our 13 Boss but its a square 19x9.5 setup, AG is still getting into the Domestic scene so their offsets, colors and sizing are a bit limited... but they're getting there, I've talked to them a few times and they plan on doing more. Take a look at acealloywheels.com and look at their new 2013 lineup both the Mesh 7's and convex are pretty nice. I test fitted the 19x10 square setup for them to make sure they fit the brembos and they fit perfectly. With the new Ace wheels this year I've sold a bunch of sets, they're very nice. Here are a couple pics of the AG's, Vossens, Forge stars and Ace wheels. I did this in hopes that Mellow yellow shows you some of his pics, lol. But hopefully this will help you out a little on some choices.
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:39 AM   #9
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I just added Vossen 20" CV2 wheels.... 20x10.5 in the rear with 275/35ZR20 Hankooks and 20x9.5 in the front with 255/35ZR20 Hankooks

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Old 05-15-2013, 01:40 AM   #10
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How do 20's ride? My car is lowered a little.


Could I run 20x10 at all 4?
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You could run 20x10 on all four it just depends on offset, backspacing and wheel design. A concave wheel will not fit in the front without throwing some heavy camber and small tires.
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You could run 20x10 on all four it just depends on offset, backspacing and wheel design. A concave wheel will not fit in the front without throwing some heavy camber and small tires.
Would you know the specs by chance?
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Ok so rims: 20x10 with 40mm offset and 7.1in back spacing... Will these fit at all 4 corners?
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How do 20's ride? My car is lowered a little.

Could I run 20x10 at all 4?
The 20s ride great... Although they are a tad rougher then the 19" Brembo wheels I had but the look of my new ones are ao much better...you could do a 10"
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The 20s ride great... Although they are a tad rougher then the 19" Brembo wheels I had but the look of my new ones are ao much better...you could do a 10"
Ok cool... What wheels are you running? (You should update your photos with your new rims)
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