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      07-05-2012, 05:57 PM   #23
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Size : 19 x 8.5 (F) & 19 x 9.5 (R)

Offset : 35mm (F) & 38mm (R)

Would also like to know the fitament for this possible config ^

According to the pics here, a 38 rear offset would be a bit more set in in the front and rear, correct?

It's weird, because I was under the impression a 35 rear offset with 19x9.5 would stick out very far, but these don't seem to stick out much at alll? Weird angle? Someone in another thread said "Today I tried on 42offset an about 3mm was sticking out." and he was referring to an F30, so I dunno..


The optimal offsets were 35-38 front, 42-45 rear for a staggered setup.

19x8.5 ET35 squared setup works well.

But for staggered 19x8.5 | 19x9.5, you need 35 front, 45 rear.
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      07-05-2012, 08:17 PM   #24
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19x9.5 40 offset with 255/35/19 fit. I would think a 19x9.5 38 offset with 265/30/19 will work. It's going to be close but that is the size and rims I just ordered. Wish me luck.
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Would also like to know the fitament for this possible config ^

According to the pics here, a 38 rear offset would be a bit more set in in the front and rear, correct?

It's weird, because I was under the impression a 35 rear offset with 19x9.5 would stick out very far, but these don't seem to stick out much at alll? Weird angle? Someone in another thread said "Today I tried on 42offset an about 3mm was sticking out." and he was referring to an F30, so I dunno..


The optimal offsets were 35-38 front, 42-45 rear for a staggered setup.

19x8.5 ET35 squared setup works well.

But for staggered 19x8.5 | 19x9.5, you need 35 front, 45 rear.

I believe the 38 offset was on a 19x10 rim.
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      07-05-2012, 08:49 PM   #26
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Can some one tell me if the rims above offset are more or less aggressive than rims with the same tires as above BUT the following widths/offsets:

Size : 19 x 8.5 (F) & 19 x 9.5 (R)

Offset : 35mm (F) & 38mm (R)
Front wheel should be more aggressive. If I can choose again, I will choose 9.5j with ET30 or smaller
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Can some one tell me if the rims above offset are more or less aggressive than rims with the same tires as above BUT the following widths/offsets:

Size : 19 x 8.5 (F) & 19 x 9.5 (R)

Offset : 35mm (F) & 38mm (R)
Front wheel should be more aggressive. If I can choose again, I will choose 9.5j with ET30 or smaller
Just go with some spacers.
Can you post a side shot.
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      07-06-2012, 06:26 AM   #28
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Can some one tell me if the rims above offset are more or less aggressive than rims with the same tires as above BUT the following widths/offsets:

Size : 19 x 8.5 (F) & 19 x 9.5 (R)

Offset : 35mm (F) & 38mm (R)

They are more aggressive than the ones you've listed. The lower offset you go with, the more it will stick out. The higher offset you go with, the more it will sit in.

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But for staggered 19x8.5 | 19x9.5, you need 35 front, 45 rear.
I agree.
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U should get 9.5 up front & 10 on the rear.
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