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Old 08-17-2014, 02:29 PM
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Will this rub on stock suspension?

18x9.5 +30
255 40 18 Front
275 40 18 Rear
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Old 08-17-2014, 02:35 PM
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Originally Posted by ebaker00 View Post
Will this rub on stock suspension?

18x9.5 +30
255 40 18 Front
275 40 18 Rear
Nope
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Old 08-17-2014, 02:38 PM
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Nope
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Old 08-25-2014, 04:20 PM
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Default will this rub

pretty sure it wont none the less I don't need any surprises during install.
19x10.5 +30ish with 275/45/19 on the rear obviously might be 275/35/19 im deployed so I cant remember exactly off the top of my head.
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Old 08-25-2014, 05:32 PM
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Why 45's? Are you off-roading or rock crawling?
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Old 08-25-2014, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by RUNWDVL View Post
Why 45's? Are you off-roading or rock crawling?
I bought them used that's what came on I really want to say its a 45 stretched but like I said I could be wrong it could be a 35.
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35 would fit...45 probably fit if at stock height. Don't quote me on that.
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Originally Posted by RUNWDVL View Post
35 would fit...45 probably fit if at stock height. Don't quote me on that.
yeah its at stock so hopefully your right or im gonna be losing my **** when I get back lol thanks for the help.
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Got new wheels put on my 06 z I'm running 18x9.5 +22 all around need help on a good tire size that won't rub currently have tein s techs installed and that's it the tires I have on the wheels now are 255/35r18 I know they are "civic sized" but they will actually fit my subaru just need to get proper fitting tires for the z
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255/40 front 275/40 rear.
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Originally Posted by travlee View Post
255/40 front 275/40 rear.
Thank you very much
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Will it Rub?

Stock height, stock springs on a 2003 350Z. Fenders not rolled.

Front: 20x9.5 and +20mm with 265/30/20
Rear: 20x12 and +26mm with 325/25/20

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Originally Posted by DaveJackson View Post
Will it Rub?

Stock height, stock springs on a 2003 350Z. Fenders not rolled.

Front: 20x9.5 and +20mm with 265/30/20
Rear: 20x12 and +26mm with 325/25/20

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That's going to be really close with a roll.
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Will this rub?
stock suspension
19x9.5f +22 19x10.5r +22
245/35/19 ....275/35/19
Will it look sunken?
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Old 12-14-2014, 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by 818dbz View Post
Will this rub?
stock suspension
19x9.5f +22 19x10.5r +22
245/35/19 ....275/35/19
Will it look sunken?
Front will be fine , the rear may need a slight roll depending on how camber is set.
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Looking to buy Rota Torque 18x9.5 +20 for all 4 corners. Everything is original now, stock 350z Touring 18x8 +30's. I read a lot about the Rota's fitting, but calculators show the Rota's sticking out 29mm more than stock rims. Visually, this just looks like a rubbing issue waiting to happen. Appreciate any feedback.

New Setup
-Tire size (Front 255/40/18, Rear 275/40/18)
-18x9.5 +20 (Front and Rear)
-Camber spec (? - Not sure, most likely standard alignment)
-Stock height, not lowered

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you will be fine, i ran those sizes in the rear being lowered an inch and didnt rub
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Ok. Thanks. This must be an optical illusion. The stock rim/tire edge is almost at the fender.
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Originally Posted by tod1429 View Post
Ok. Thanks. This must be an optical illusion. The stock rim/tire edge is almost at the fender.
When your suspension compresses, the wheels will camber in, giving the tire enough clearance to avoid the fender.
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Question Will this rub?

Ok so sort-of a multi part question as I figure out what to do here. Goal is performance and looks (mostly performance).

I'm probably looking to lower my car on RS-R shocks in the Spring, but I need new tires soon and I'm looking at either a 285/35/19 or 275/35/19 rear and 265/40/18 front on Nismo rims

So basically:
-Car lowered on RS-R springs, .6" front and rear
-285/35/19 tires in back, 265/40/19 in front
-19x10" +30 rear, 18x9" +30 front wheels
-Camber spec (don't know, but as close to standard as possible I guess)

Will it rub at all (in any situation) AND will VDC be fine with either a 285 or 275/35/19 rear and 265/40/18 front or will one of the above sizes not work?

Thanks!

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