Originally Posted by mpackhamreed
I am struggling to conclude what rim sizes I can replace my 2016 Nismo 370z rims with.In the UK it's hard to find 19.9x5 and 19x10.5 rims.I have found 19x9.5 and 19x11 with 25 offsets.Will these sit flush with my arches as I am not lowered ?.What other set up could I have (don't mind spacers) to replace the oem rims but keep them staggered.I am trying to learn fast but don't want to purchase the wrong rims.Looking at the 10 spoke Judds or Jap racing rims.
Wasn't this already answered? Could swear...
Measure (old school... using a steel rule) to see how much room you have to work with. How far out do you want to bring the wheels out? (Or just go to one of the Z34 sites and look at what others have done, noting their specs.)
Then, here's what you need to do the rest of the homework:
Make sure you put the right offsets in - On Z34, they're big offset fronts (+40mm to +47mm depending on model), smaller than OEM Z33 rears (mid-20s depending on model).
And by the way, you already have 9.5/10.5s. Based on OEM, you'll see that 19x11 +25 only pulls the wheel out about 4mm