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Offset for flushing 19"TE37 9.5 and 10.5 on 350z

Old 07-23-2008, 12:14 PM
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Originally Posted by lanceccs
Thanks for the 10.5 +22 pic! Thanks everybody for your input. The rims are really expensive and I wish to do it right first time.

Ok, since most agree with 10.5 for rear with the flushness I will go for that on the rear.

What about the front? Some regretted 9.5 +22 and should have gotten 9.5 +12? Anyone has a pic of 9.5 +22 vs +12 would be very helpful.
if you need tires look at the vredestein sessantas http://www.performanceplustire.com/p...678#prodAnchor
But if your going to put them on a 10.5 wide wheel in the rear then get the 295/30/19 they dont make 285/35/19. The sidewalls are a little rounder than other tires so the 275 would look really stretched out and not good but theyre great tires and good price

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Old 07-25-2008, 02:51 PM
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OT But i have a set of these wheels in +22 if anyone's interested
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Old 07-25-2008, 08:13 PM
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+12 front, +15 rear.
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Default Help needed !! Please

Hey guys i need your help i want my car to look stance but not be too much agressive as in stick to much out of the guards a little i wouldnt mind ! I want to know what size wheels will look best and what ofsets do i get for front and back along side width the wheels please i would love your help so far my 350z is complete stock ! Thanks guys i had people say to me 19" front 9.5 +12 or 22 and back 19" 10.5 +22 but then again they say 18" wheels be better! Im so confused and i need help!
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Default If I go 19" 10.5 +12 offset rear and 19" 9.5 + 12 front do I need fenders

Fam question ... If I go 19" 10.5 +12 offset rear and 19" 9.5 + 12 front do I need to do something with my fenders ??
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Originally Posted by Melissa Ayala View Post
Fam question ... If I go 19" 10.5 +12 offset rear and 19" 9.5 + 12 front do I need to do something with my fenders ??
If you put proper sized tires on - say 265-285 sections - yes, you'll need to roll the rear if lowered. Likely will still need to at stock height but you might be OK. Depends on your car.... older suspension, likely.

If you're going for the stance look with stretched tires (don't recommend stretched unless no "real" driving the car as intended) you might get away without fender mods.
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