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      10-12-2016, 02:47 AM   #1
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Will it fit? F:20x9 et25 R:20x10 et40

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F:20x9 et25 on 245/35/20 PSS tires

R:20x10 et40 on 275/30/20 PSS tires
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No. Rears will fit but front is way too aggressive.
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Front is not WAY too aggressive. They will fit, but you will need to run like -2 of camber in the front if you're lowered. If you're not lowered or do not have camber plates it's going to look Mexiflush.
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'Mexiflush' --
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front will fit but with camber
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Besides some camber you would need to go down to a 30 profile in the front IMO. 235/30 with a little camber and it would actually fit very well.
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      10-13-2016, 02:48 AM   #7
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I am actually on H&R spring and B8 shocks.
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Are these custom wheels? Do they come in a higher offset? You'd be perfect at about et35 or so for the fronts. You'd be closer to the strut and have to shave a little inner fender liner out... But it would require less negative camber if you're opposed to that. But if camber is not an issue for you, you should be fine.
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that is the only offset it comes in.
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Then you should be fine with camber plates up front.
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Front is not WAY too aggressive. They will fit, but you will need to run like -2 of camber in the front if you're lowered. If you're not lowered or do not have camber plates it's going to look Mexiflush.
If you have to buy camber plates and go through all the trouble to fit them with stretched tires, I'd say yes they are too aggressive.
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If you have to buy camber plates and go through all the trouble to fit them with stretched tires, I'd say yes they are too aggressive.
And that's YOUR preference.
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Just ordered a set of KW V3, hope it fits better with the camber setting up front.
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Just ordered a set of KW V3, hope it fits better with the camber setting up front.
Did you already buy them?
Already test fitted them?
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Without camber plates and new tires to stretch, you have no chance fitting them on your car with the current tires. Just saying.
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Without camber plates and new tires to stretch, you have no chance fitting them on your car with the current tires. Just saying.
Dude... stop. You clearly have no idea what you're talking about. There are members on here running 10" fronts with minimal camber and stretch.





19x9.5 et22 with 255/35 at -3 camber. Fits just fine with a little work. Nothing crazy like oni camber or 215 tires. What the OP is trying to do is completely fine and will work. If you're not comfortable doing the work to make the wheel setup fit then say that. But don't come into a thread talking about he has no chance of making them fit. His setup will be mildly aggressive and is completely attainable.
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Okay Nochill, you obviously know everything there is to know about F30 wheel fitments, seeing that you just got your first F30 last month. Please help the OP fit his "mildly aggressive" 20x9 et25 245 35 20 fronts with greater rolling diameter and make them rub free with minimal work, parts, labor, and tire costs. OP, I genuinely wish you the best of luck. Please keep us posted.
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Okay Nochill, you obviously know everything there is to know about F30 wheel fitments, seeing that you just got your first F30 last month. Please help the OP fit his "mildly aggressive" 20x9 et25 245 35 20 fronts with greater rolling diameter and make them rub free with minimal work, parts, labor, and tire costs. OP, I genuinely wish you the best of luck. Please keep us posted.
Lolz. I'm not going to argue with you sir. I did get my F30 last month, but I studied the platform for 2 years prior to that. Good try though.
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Dude... stop. You clearly have no idea what you're talking about. There are members on here running 10" fronts with minimal camber and stretch.





19x9.5 et22 with 255/35 at -3 camber. Fits just fine with a little work. Nothing crazy like oni camber or 215 tires. What the OP is trying to do is completely fine and will work. If you're not comfortable doing the work to make the wheel setup fit then say that. But don't come into a thread talking about he has no chance of making them fit. His setup will be mildly aggressive and is completely attainable.
That is a very nice setup!

I am currently running 20x9 ET 35 and 20x10.5 ET 45 with those tires.
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That is a very nice setup!

I am currently running 20x9 ET 35 and 20x10.5 ET 45 with those tires.
Any pics of the current setup?
The new wheels should work just fine once you throw on the KWs I take it you're running stock camber right now. Lowering your offset from et35 to et25 will need about -2.4 camber up front. You gain like 5mm of clearance with each additional negative degree. The inner bumper tabs may need to be shaved down a couple millimeters just for some extra breathing room. How low you plan on going will determine whether or not you need to trim some inner fender liner out as well.
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Here's a set of 20x8.5 +20 up front on an F30, pretty much the same thing as 20x9 +25.

You have to run a 30 profile.






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Yup, that was my friend's car. You need to run super low profile tires or stretch with that offset. The expensive 245 35 20 MPSS tires with beefy sidewalls will be something the OP has to navigate.
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