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Old 04-19-2015, 06:24 AM
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My 05 350z is currently on Work S1Rs 19x10/11 +5 with Nitto NT05 245/35 and 275/35 so I have already installed necessary suspension parts and rolled the fenders.

I also have a set of Volk CE28Ns 19x9.5/10.5 +22 with Hankook Ventus V12 Evo 245/35 and 275/35 tires. I ran these wheels on the 350z with 5mm and 15mm spacers on Toyo tires of the same size.

I know the slight stretch will be reduced b/c of narrower wheels but I don't know the effect on ride height or wheel well fill with the tire switch.

Will I get similar geometry, poke and stance with the Volk/Hankook combo that I have if I use a set of 15mm H&R adapter spacers all around?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 04-19-2015, 01:20 PM
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Old 04-19-2015, 04:34 PM
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so you posted the same thing worded differently in the same thread twice?
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Old 04-19-2015, 04:45 PM
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so you posted the same thing worded differently in the same thread twice?
It was merged.
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Old 04-19-2015, 05:27 PM
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Thanks posting in multiple locations as i didnt get an answer last month on my tire question in this thread. Guess fingers crossed for an answer again.
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Old 04-19-2015, 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by nizmo_0385 View Post
07 nismo lowered on sportline springs
-3.6 camber rear. Looking at running 19x10.5 et 15 with 275 35. Will i need to roll? If so should i just go with the 285 35 since im rolling anyway?
Yes you need a roll, tire size is up to you
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Old 04-19-2015, 07:25 PM
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Thank you sir. Apologize for multiple posts.
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Originally Posted by nizmo_0385 View Post
Thanks posting in multiple locations as i didnt get an answer last month on my tire question in this thread. Guess fingers crossed for an answer again.
Maybe because no one has run that exact setup to the exact spec that's still posting so try searching. Your details are also incomplete, What brand tires (they all vary in size ya know), what brand/type shocks since they all rebound differently, maybe the camber specs aren't the same, all cars are built just a little different too. Some **** ya just gotta try out yourself, Just put the 285's on and roll if needed.
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Old 04-19-2015, 07:43 PM
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Maybe because no one has run that exact setup to the exact spec that's still posting so try searching. Your details are also incomplete, What brand tires (they all vary in size ya know), what brand/type shocks since they all rebound differently, maybe the camber specs aren't the same, all cars are built just a little different too. Some **** ya just gotta try out yourself, Just put the 285's on and roll if needed.
Ive been searching for months bruh. The basics were listed and i needed a general. Getting into brands and shocks or rebound is very technical and not needed. General size lowered camber and offset was listed and i got a general basic answer. I dont want to roll so if i could have gotten away with a 275 i would do that. Since ill have to roll anyway ill go 285. Dont be a douche bro. Dont tell me search. Ive done my due diligence and just wanted a simple answer since i didnt find what i was looking for. Carry on
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Originally Posted by nizmo_0385 View Post
Ive been searching for months bruh. The basics were listed and i needed a general. Getting into brands and shocks or rebound is very technical and not needed. General size lowered camber and offset was listed and i got a general basic answer. I dont want to roll so if i could have gotten away with a 275 i would do that. Since ill have to roll anyway ill go 285. Dont be a douche bro. Dont tell me search. Ive done my due diligence and just wanted a simple answer since i didnt find what i was looking for. Carry on


Tread width can vary an inch or more in 285 sizing between manufactures alone. Not to mention you're the one who gave camber specs to the 1/10th so shock info isn't out of line either. If you had read any of the wheel tire threads in here it would have already pointed out that a 10.5 +15 will need a roll unless you are going for the stretched look so don't try and get lippy with the "Ive done my due diligence and just wanted a simple answer" when you clearly haven't, hell it was even brought up and answered on the last page on here.
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Old 04-20-2015, 03:26 AM
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19X10.5 +22 square / possible 10 mm spacer rear
currently stock height / looking to add kw v1 at max drop ( possibly bc for .25 - .5 drop extra rear drop.
looking to setup a 275/30F 275/35R

I have seen people on here run 255/35 on the front which seems to be taller but more stretched,the 275/30 would fill the wheel better and also be slightly shorter than the 255/35

as far as camber i would prefer the wheel not facing the sky to make a 275/30 work. worst case ill prob end up running 255/35 square.

what would you suggest ?

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Stock height. 18x9.5's all around. +22 all around. 245/40 front 265/40 rear. Will a rear fender roll be necessary? Thank you.
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Originally Posted by rhuskuliak View Post
Stock height. 18x9.5's all around. +22 all around. 245/40 front 265/40 rear. Will a rear fender roll be necessary? Thank you.
Nope. My buddy ran 275s in the rear with a +25 offset and had no rubbing. 265 and +22 should clear as well.
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Old 04-27-2015, 05:34 AM
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In the process of ordering new wheels and tires at the moment
Already purchased my front two wheels, @ 19x9.5 +22 In the front.
And the rear I'm planning on running a 19x10.5 +25. 265/35 on the front and 275/35 rear. I've only purchased the front two wheels. No tires or rear wheels yet. So do y'all think that set up will rub In the front or back ? 07'
and it's still at stock height and fenders aren't rolled. What you think ?

Should I go with wider tires maybe a 285 rear and a 255 front ? I'm not a fan of a streched wheel but with a 9.5+22 and 10.5+25 wheel I'm not sure what will and will not fit/rub
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You should be Ok, maybe rub just a hair out back under full compression. Rear tire size is a solid choice, but I would probably run a 255/35-19 front
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You should be Ok, maybe rub just a hair out back under full compression. Rear tire size is a solid choice, but I would probably run a 255/35-19 front
I think I'm over thinking it all. I just want those wheels to fit good and not rub with a decent sized tire. You think a wider 275 out back will be fine after a fender roll? And the front 255 ?
I just don't want to look stupid with stretched tires. I guess I'll just have to look for a wider tire and roll fenders if need be
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Originally Posted by tjc6591 View Post
In the process of ordering new wheels and tires at the moment
Already purchased my front two wheels, @ 19x9.5 +22 In the front.
And the rear I'm planning on running a 19x10.5 +25. 265/35 on the front and 275/35 rear. I've only purchased the front two wheels. No tires or rear wheels yet. So do y'all think that set up will rub In the front or back ? 07'
and it's still at stock height and fenders aren't rolled. What you think ?

Should I go with wider tires maybe a 285 rear and a 255 front ? I'm not a fan of a streched wheel but with a 9.5+22 and 10.5+25 wheel I'm not sure what will and will not fit/rub
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I think I'm over thinking it all. I just want those wheels to fit good and not rub with a decent sized tire. You think a wider 275 out back will be fine after a fender roll? And the front 255 ?
I just don't want to look stupid with stretched tires. I guess I'll just have to look for a wider tire and roll fenders if need be
Neither should rub even without a fender roll. I have a 255 tire on the front with a +22 offset, lowered with stock camber spec and no rubbing. My buddy ran a 275 in the rear with a +25 offset with stock height and camber and had no rubbing (no fender roll)
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Old 05-04-2015, 11:03 AM
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-295/30/18 Hoosier A7 squared
-18x10.5+15 squared
-Taking suggestions was thinking 3 in front and 1.5ish in rear its fully adjustable and for AutoX track day use primarily.
-It is lowered not slammed I'm not sure on the exact drop this will likely be adjusted when I have it realigned and corner balanced.

Thanks in advance
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Currently running with no issues...
Wheels: 18x9 +18 Enkei RP03
Tires: 275/35R18 Dunlop Star Specs square
Stock ride height
Front camber (modified Kinetix arms): -2.1
Rear Camber: -2.0

I lucked into a free set of brand new tires, 275/35R19 Potenza RE050A. I am wanting to buy a new set of wheels to run these new tires for rainy track days and street use freeing up my RP03 to buy my first set of R compound tires.

I am looking at buying....

Wheels: 19x9.5 +15 Enkei Raijin
Tires: 275/35R19 Potenza RE050A
Stock ride height
Front camber (modified Kinetix arms): -2.1
Rear Camber: -2.0

I am pretty sure the rears will be fine, but I think the fronts are going to be very close. Anybody have any experience with this wheel width, offset, tire size? Any opinions form the tire wheel fit gurus.

The other option in this wheel is a +35 mm offset 19x9.5 but that would require spacers which I am trying to avoid.

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