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Old 01-30-2015, 12:43 AM   #1
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so I'm looking at getting a set of 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 staggered wheels and was curious about acceptable offsets. The wheel I'm looking at offers a +35 and a +25 would the +25 work? If i understand correctly that would give a deeper lip due to the hub vein nearer the center of the rim.
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+35 on the rear would probably fit but it depends on the wheels. The front with that width a +25 might work out the +35 is better. It depends on spoke design type of brakes etc. What wheels and brakes do you have. If you are wanting the +25 for the rear it's going to depend on tire selection and I would do a test fit first.

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+35 on the rear would probably fit but it depends on the wheels. The front with that width a +25 might work out the +35 is better. It depends on spoke design type of brakes etc. What wheels and brakes do you have. If you are wanting the +25 for the rear it's going to depend on tire selection and I would do a test fit first.

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+35 works until he lowers the car


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+35 works until he lowers the car


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11 gt offset question

I run +45mm and the tires rubbed after I got MT 305/35/20. I had to roll the fenders. Being +35mm it's sticking out about a half inch further to the outside fender.

I know he's got 19" wheels but a +35mm offset isn't for the 11-14 mustangs. I believe it'll fit the new edge but it's not the best fit for the OP

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I agree it's not the optimum fit. I have 10 inch with a positive 42 offset with 285 and it works fine lowered. I figured the plus 35 offset on a 9.5 rim would only be a quarter inch difference to be outside. And being a 9.5 inch wheel I figured he would run no more than a 285 tire. It could be very close so the best thing to do if you really want the wheels is to mount it up and tested it.

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I'm running 19x9.5 +35 all around without any rubbing issues. My car is slammed on coilovers.


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I'm running 19x9.5 +35 all around without any rubbing issues. My car is slammed on coilovers.


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Tire size?

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I've done 295/30/19 michelin pilot sports and 275/40/19 michelin pilot super sports. Super Sports are a bit wider than Pilot Sports.


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Good info

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Thanks for the input guys the tire size and offset fittings are still something I'm trying to figure out


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My brakes are the standard brakes for the gt/cs. So what would be a wheel size/ offset in 19 that would definitely work ? I eventually will lower the car about 1-1.5 inches nothing crazy.


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My brakes are the standard brakes for the gt/cs. So what would be a wheel size/ offset in 19 that would definitely work ? I eventually will lower the car about 1-1.5 inches nothing crazy.


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19x9.5 +30 can be done in the front. IMHO, RTR's have the perfect offset for a square setup. In the picture, I'm running 295's up front on my RTR wheels. RTR's are a +35. I still have a bit of room to push the wheels outward a bit. Click image for larger version

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25mm on a 9.5 wheel works front and rear. With a 275/40 and lowered i never rubbed. The tire will stick out of the fender a bit though.

I have 9.5 +35 front and 10.5 +22 in the rear right now.
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