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Old 07-07-2009, 06:25 AM
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Originally Posted by chili7412 View Post
Ok, first the specs: Front 265/35/19 on 9.5
Rear 305/30/19 on 10.5 both with +22

Stock suspension, fenders not rolled yet. There is a huge gap in the rear, but I like the fronts. The rear will be dropped next week, the front ill leave alone for now. i just dont want any rubbing in the front, right now there is no rubbing whatsoever.
Looks good!
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WOW, amazing thread. I love everyone's sick looks. CHili Man them rims look tight on your ride. It's like a perfect match!! Glad you took them.

F 245/35ZR19 BFGoodrich g-Force T/A KDW 2
R 275/35ZR19 BFGoodrich g-Force T/A KDW 2

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Still have to make time to get a rear drop pic.
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Originally Posted by Dr. Venture View Post
WOW, amazing thread. I love everyone's sick looks. CHili Man them rims look tight on your ride. It's like a perfect match!! Glad you took them.

F 245/35ZR19 BFGoodrich g-Force T/A KDW 2
R 275/35ZR19 BFGoodrich g-Force T/A KDW 2




Still have to make time to get a rear drop pic.
There's a REAL Z in the background...
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Old 07-07-2009, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by DukeEntDotCom View Post
There's a REAL Z in the background...
The automatic one?
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Old 07-07-2009, 08:49 AM
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Originally Posted by chili7412 View Post
Ok, first the specs: Front 265/35/19 on 9.5
Rear 305/30/19 on 10.5 both with +22

Stock suspension, fenders not rolled yet. There is a huge gap in the rear, but I like the fronts. The rear will be dropped next week, the front ill leave alone for now. i just dont want any rubbing in the front, right now there is no rubbing whatsoever.
Welcome to the world of turning off VDC! Ours is set up the same way and I have the same feelings about the front and rear. I had autox'd this set-up hard, and never have had any rubbing.
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Old 07-07-2009, 08:50 AM
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Originally Posted by ArticDragon192 View Post
Can I join the fun?
18x10.5 +18 all around
285/30-18 all around
Again I'll ask you what you have done to your fenders to make this work. I run 285/30/18 all around on my Z32 as well (TT), but my offsets are much different.
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Originally Posted by Dr. Venture View Post
The automatic one?
Yeah, the automatic one that waxes the manual one every time we hit the highway...LOL
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275's on a 10.5+22?????????
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Originally Posted by DukeEntDotCom View Post
Yeah, the automatic one that waxes the manual one every time we hit the highway...LOL
Oh noes! auto FTW
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Originally Posted by DukeEntDotCom View Post
Yeah, the automatic one that waxes the manual one every time we hit the highway...LOL

That again??? Come on you heard the chirp when i left VDC on.....
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Originally Posted by redlude97 View Post
275's on a 10.5+22?????????
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Originally Posted by redlude97 View Post
275's on a 10.5+22?????????
correct me then...
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Originally Posted by Dr. Venture View Post
Still have to make time to get a rear drop pic.
Looks good! How much lower did you get it in the rear? Did you remove one of the collars or just adjust it as low as it would go?
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Originally Posted by Dr. Venture View Post
correct me then...
275's on your wheels kinda seems like a waste to us beefy tire fanboys, considering your offsets easily allow for wider tires. 295's with rolled fenders would look great on your setup!

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hmm..i guess it would look pretty phat, but i didn't want to end up rolling fenders so i stuck with pretty much normal set up for that rim. I dropped the rear about 1.5.
I didnt remove anything just installed the right way with out the stock rear upper spring boot. the pss9's came with it's own rubber thin mount. I adjusted it to where i thought it removed the gap and looked ok for hard driving with out banging around. But i can deff say one thing about the billsteins...I don't know why it took me so long to drop the Z. I loooooooove them!!!! The ride is amazing compared to other customer's cars i've driven.

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Venaci VS124 Wheels: [19x9.5F & 19x10.5R] w/ [265/35-F & 305/30-R] - Suspension: [KW V3's] & [SPC front/rear camber kit]
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I need some damn 295/30's .......anybody selling!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by Bumpinjeep View Post
Finally a thread for real men lol!

305x35x19 on CE28N TAs






And one without the CF kit
Info for the front tires please
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I'm a fan of meaty tires also. I currently running Toyo T1R 245/35/19 in the fronts and 275/35/19 in the rears, but I want more meat{No homo}. My rims sizes are 19 x 8.5 (+15) in the front and 19 x 9.5 (+15) in the rear. I was thinking about ordering a set of Vredestein Sessanta, 255/35/19 in the front and 295/30/19 in the rear. However I'm thinking 295's might be to much tire for my rim. What do you experts think?

P/S: Sessanta's don't come in 285/30/19 and 285/35/19
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Originally Posted by Dr. Venture View Post
correct me then...
Look at bumpinjeep's setup earlier in the thread. He's got the same offset wheels and he's run 305's and 295's on there.
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