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      07-12-2012, 02:04 PM   #1
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20x9 et35 front + 20x10 et35 rear = fit?

How will 20x9 et35 front and 20x10 et35 rear fit? I'm looking to get VMR VB3's in that size. It is the recommended size on European Auto Source's website but it seems odd that the front and rears have the same offset with different widths.
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      07-12-2012, 03:21 PM   #2
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I'd look at the pics in onehungevo's thread. In comparison, your wheels will sit 3mm further out (3mm lower offset), you'll have a 1/2" wider wheel, and the overall wheel/tire diameter will be larger (onehungevo is running tires with a lower aspect ratio than spec). His car is lowered though, but I still don't like your chances.
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      07-12-2012, 03:34 PM   #3
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I should go with a square setup 20x9 et35 front and rear.
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      07-12-2012, 09:35 PM   #4
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I should go with a square setup 20x9 et35 front and rear.
That should work. I almost went that route with V710's.
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From what I've read, you will need a 40et to a 45et for the rear in that size of wheel. I've used elementwheels.com search function for the F30 and it gives the et and fit required for a 9 and 10 rim.
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the wheel will sit flush with a bit of poke, but if u r into stance & fitment things then the size will be just right.
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anybody try this yet? sorry if i'm bringing it back from the dead

I'm thinking that a 245/35/19, 265/30/19 will make this work.
drop it low and make the natural camber settle it in.

I saw a few that went x10.5+45, x10+40, but haven't seen a x10+35 yet.
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That's the same sizes I had on my F30. The rear will poke out a bit. Probably more than most people would like. With a 285 and my drop, it did not rub though. Take a look at my thread in the gallery section with the K3 Projekt wheels.
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That's the same sizes I had on my F30. The rear will poke out a bit. Probably more than most people would like. With a 285 and my drop, it did not rub though. Take a look at my thread in the gallery section with the K3 Projekt wheels.
Thought I read on that thread that the rears were 20x10.5 +35... No?
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Thought I read on that thread that the rears were 20x10.5 +35... No?
Oops. I thought it said 10.5. Well if my 10.5's worked, im sure the 10's will work also
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Thought I read on that thread that the rears were 20x10.5 +35... No?
Oops. I thought it said 10.5. Well if my 10.5's worked, im sure the 10's will work also
There you go op. Looks like it would work. Also, the cars in the European car magazine with the HREs have 20x11+42 and 20x11+44 which are slightly more aggressive.
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Oops. I thought it said 10.5. Well if my 10.5's worked, im sure the 10's will work also
How in the world did i forget your car? lol
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