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Old 03-12-2018, 06:57 PM
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The rims that are for sale are x8.5 and x10.5 and I wanted to make sure theyíll fit. Do you think itís worth it to buy . Thank you for the feedback
no..... find better
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Old 03-12-2018, 07:24 PM
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Itís for a daily. Would it look funny or can it like mess up the car in the long run
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Old 03-12-2018, 11:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Ivanrobles253 View Post
Itís for a daily. Would it look funny or can it like mess up the car in the long run
No, it won't "mess anything up" other than the possibility of it looking a little off (but not anything terribly noticeable). Whether it's "worth it or not", no way to tell, don't know what kind of wheels you're talking about. It's not just about the size it's about the type of manufacture it is. If they are forged Volks or some MAT Enkeis then maybe. Cheap gravity cast, well, they're going to be junk regardless of size unless all they're for is street/commuter use.
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Old 03-12-2018, 11:39 PM
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  1. they are Volk TE37. Bad thing is they are 5x120 lug so Iím Also stuck on if I should buy an adapter for it or keep looking. Theyíre selling fit 1800
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Get the right lug pattern
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Keep looking. Hmmmph, perish the thought of putting BMW wheels on a Z!!
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Old 03-13-2018, 08:37 PM
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someones exaggerating
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Old 03-14-2018, 07:01 PM
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Front 19x9 with tire size 245/35/19 offset 22. Rear 19x11 285/30/19 offset 23 volk TE37 with michelin sports tire with 65% tread left for $3500. is it worth it? and will the rims fit in my car with that tire size
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Im planning on buying 18x10.5 ssr rims and I'm also planning on buying new toys tires but don't know which size to get without rubbing. I'm on stock height. And would these rims with tires rub?
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Originally Posted by Ivanrobles253 View Post
Front 19x9 with tire size 245/35/19 offset 22. Rear 19x11 285/30/19 offset 23 volk TE37 with michelin sports tire with 65% tread left for $3500. is it worth it? and will the rims fit in my car with that tire size
Will fit, but TCS will not like it.
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what about the SSR rims? any tire recommendations?
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Getting 245/40/18 or 255/40/18 with 18" x 8 1/2" +20 offset and 275/40/18 with 18" x 9 1/2 " +20 offset. 2006 Nissan 350Z roadster. stock suspension. Any problems seen? Thank you
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Getting 245/40/18 or 255/40/18 with 18" x 8 1/2" +20 offset and 275/40/18 with 18" x 9 1/2 " +20 offset. 2006 Nissan 350Z roadster. stock suspension. Any problems seen? Thank you
Nope. Works fine.
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