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Old 05-26-2005, 05:11 PM
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Default Wheels sizes... do i need widebody?

i have a good deal locally on some really nice 18s, but do not know if it will fit without widebody, just want to roll fenders if anything.

Front - 18x10 offset 7
Rear - 18x12 offset 22

any wheel experts really think this could work? what's the sizes on the styleking workmeisters? i think it has 19x11's at the rear no widebody.
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My fronts are 9"/+18. Rears are 10"/+22. I am no expert, but those rim widths coupled w/ such an aggressive offset, especially in the front, seems like you might have to roll the fenders. Just as a matter of curiosity, why so wide and aggressive w/ the offset, particularly in the front? Which tire sizes do you plan to use?
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Old 05-27-2005, 01:08 PM
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the rears will stick out ~.75" past the fender

I dont know about the front ... I am guessing about 1" past the fender ... not good

dont buy them
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I plan on running x10.5 +12 and I figured that would be the most aggressive I could go on stock fenders and no fender pull. The x12 +22 will be 9mm further out than what I will be running. I would fugure you can run a slightly pulled stock fender.

Buy them and MAKE them fit stock fenders!
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