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Old 01-14-2015, 12:31 AM   #1
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10.5 in wide in the front

Will 10.5in wide wheels fit in the front of my 2014?

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With the correct offset it will. I've seen it done a few times.
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With the correct offset it will. I've seen it done a few times.

I don't know much about offsets.
But the guy said it was a +30 offset.
Guessing, do you think they'll fit?


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No they won't running 10.5 or 11 you will likely be around 50 to 55.

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I run a 10" SVE Drift in the front, and its a +43 offset. 1/2" is 12.7mm, so we'll call it 13mm. I believe you would then need a ~ +56 offset to match the fit of the 10" if i'm not mistaken?
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I run a 10" SVE Drift in the front, and its a +43 offset. 1/2" is 12.7mm, so we'll call it 13mm. I believe you would then need a ~ +56 offset to match the fit of the 10" if i'm not mistaken?

Depends on how much he wants them to stick out. Different car but my 9" wheels are +30mm offset and my 10" are +24mm offset. I haven't tried them up front but I have a feeling they will stick out the fender a bit more.

Now with 10.5" up front you won't want to run 315s like other guys like to. For 10.5 up front being a road racing set up you will want around 285-295 wide tires.

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No they won't running 10.5 or 11 you will likely be around 50 to 55.

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The dude selling it said it was a +30. So that why I say +30


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Also the guy selling it had them on a Nissan Maxima so Idk if that'll make a difference. But just thought I'd throw it out there.


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The dude selling it said it was a +30. So that why I say +30


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Im saying you will need at least a+50 to 55 offset they will poke out at least a half inch beyond the front fender with a +30. For what it's worth anything up front more than 10 inch is a tough fit plus your tire selection will suck. 10 inch wide +42 is what you should look at.

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Im saying you will need at least a+50 to 55 offset they will poke out at least a half inch beyond the front fender with a +30. For what it's worth anything up front more than 10 inch is a tough fit plus your tire selection will suck. 10 inch wide +42 is what you should look at.

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Can I mess around with the offset myself?
I'm not familiar with offsets, but knowing it'll stick out or go in.


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You can make it stick out more with a good spacer, although its not cheap to do that right, "technically" you should get longer wheel studs when using a spacer. You cannot however, set them further in obviously.
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You can make it stick out more with a good spacer, although its not cheap to do that right, "technically" you should get longer wheel studs when using a spacer. You cannot however, set them further in obviously.

So a +30 offset would be no good?


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So a +30 offset would be no good?


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A +30 offset would make them stick out past your fenders most likely.


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Also, have you checked the bolt pattern is even the same?
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Needs to be 5x114.3mm. Or 5x4.5"

I believe quite a few Nissans actually use that pattern though, don't bother asking the guy since he wants to sell them. Find out the year of the Maxima and look it up.
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Needs to be 5x114.3mm. Or 5x4.5"

I believe quite a few Nissans actually use that pattern though, don't bother asking the guy since he wants to sell them. Find out the year of the Maxima and look it up.

It is the same bolt pattern,
So to make it simple these won't look good on my car due to the offset?


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To put it bluntly they are miles out of the proper range of offset for the mustang front or rear. Keep looking and do some more research on what fits. I listed what you need a couple of times and if you do something outside of that you will have problems.

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