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Old 06-10-2014, 10:07 AM
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Default Klutch wheels offset

I'm picking up some Klutch wheels, SL14's

Front 8.5, going on Toyo 235x40x18
Rear 9.5 going on Toyo 285x35x18


Anyone have a specs on these wheels? Like weight.
What offset should I get with this setup?
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Old 06-10-2014, 11:42 AM
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Has anyone ran these before?

Please leave your egos out of it.
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Lowest I have seen them is 18 8.5 +35 and 18 9.5 +30. Not the best setup for the Z.
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Im interested in everyone's opinion. why is that not a good setup?

By the way the car is sitting on BC suspension (BR) with rolled fenders.

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Why don't you make an effort and search for yourself to find out what a "good" setup might be? There is a whole forum here dedicated to wheels and tires. Something wrong with reading and learning on your own?
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no ego, just being honest. quit wanting to be spoonfed. it is your car, DO SOME SEARCHING
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NeoGixxer, I would get in touch with a forum sponsor. When you contact a shop through the forum, they're much more likely to help. The size/offset combinations mentioned above would be decent if you used a medium sized spacer, but not on their own. I use a 17 x 9.5 +15 all around on my car. If you want to know why offset and width changes can cause problems, start by reading about scrub radius. Also look on this site to find what others have successfully used: http://rimtuck.com/search
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Why pairing decent 285s in the back and go skinny 235s in the front? It's going to be an understeering piece of poo.
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