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      06-24-2018, 10:10 AM   #1013
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Wheels are 20 inch Ispiri FFR8s, fronts are 235/35/20 Et35 on a 9.5 inch and rears are 275/30/20 Et45 on a 10 inch.
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I'm attempting to fit some 19x8.5/9.5 +15 all around on h&r sports til I get coils. Hoping I'll clear with 225 front and 255 rears and a bit of camber?
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I'm attempting to fit some 19x8.5/9.5 +15 all around on h&r sports til I get coils. Hoping I'll clear with 225 front and 255 rears and a bit of camber?
why?
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Picked up a set of new Vorsteiner VFF 102’s for a back up set up to my AG’s. Not crazy on the fitment in the front. I know I can go wider in the front as I’m bagged and rolled. I needed wheels same day as I cracked the inside barrel of my rear AG so I picked these up. Sending my AG’s in to get repaired and refinished so we’ll see what happens with the new wheels.


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      06-25-2018, 12:58 PM   #1017
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I'm attempting to fit some 19x8.5/9.5 +15 all around on h&r sports til I get coils. Hoping I'll clear with 225 front and 255 rears and a bit of camber?
Yea, about -4 degrees in the rear. Fronts shouldn't be too much of an issue.
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Hey guys - greetings from Switzerland!

My Setup:
KW V1 coilovers + adjustable camber plates in the front.
Currently running 9x20 +30 and 10x20 +38 on 235/35 and 265/30 with -1.5 front and -3 in the rear. No rubbing issues at all.




Now I was looking for a more aggressiv fit with 9x19 +20 and 10x19 +25. You think it will fit with 225/35 and 255/30 Hankook and maybe a slightly fender roll/pull? My problem is that I have AWD, so I have to stick more or less to OEM sizes...
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I'm so happy with how this turned out.







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I'm so happy with how this turned out.
The ride height is perfect with that. Looks much better than your stockers. Nicely done!
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I couldn't find it on here. Maybe I missed it but anyone running 19x9.5 et25 in the rear ?
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I couldn't find it on here. Maybe I missed it but anyone running 19x9.5 et25 in the rear ?
I am. 255/35/19 with -2.4 camber.



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I couldn't find it on here. Maybe I missed it but anyone running 19x9.5 et25 in the rear ?
I am. 255/35/19 with -2.4 camber.



I have bc coilovers. Did you have to get any special rear suspension parts to get that much camber ? I'm looking at your wheel specs but with 265 tires
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I think my question got under...
I am currently looking for a new set of bc forged wheels with 9x19 +20 and 10x19 +25. You think it will fit with 225/35 and 255/30 Hankook and -3 camber all over (f30/31 platform)?
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I have bc coilovers. Did you have to get any special rear suspension parts to get that much camber ? I'm looking at your wheel specs but with 265 tires
I have BC coilovers as well. You will need to go full -3 or closer to it. It depends on what tires you go with, as some are beefier than others at the same widths.
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I think my question got under...
I am currently looking for a new set of bc forged wheels with 9x19 +20 and 10x19 +25. You think it will fit with 225/35 and 255/30 Hankook and -3 camber all over (f30/31 platform)?
You're already at -3 with your current setup of et38. Your rims will poke 13mm more and your tire size will be lower by half an inch. You shouldn't have any issues due to the reduced sidewalls but you will probably rub on dips and hard acceleration.
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First casualty I knew I needed a fender roll but tried my luck for a few days and the one time i load up the car with my wife/son this happens. It was my fault though since i turned a bit to avoid a car while going up an incline. Luckily I was going to a local shop's car meet and they had tools, so I was able to tuck it back under for the time being but will be trying to DIY roll this week to see if it gives me more room.

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First casualty I knew I needed a fender roll but tried my luck for a few days and the one time i load up the car with my wife/son this happens. It was my fault though since i turned a bit to avoid a car while going up an incline. Luckily I was going to a local shop's car meet and they had tools, so I was able to tuck it back under for the time being but will be trying to DIY roll this week to see if it gives me more room.

To be honest, not much a roll would have done in that situation. You probably need a pull to make a difference. I rolled mine as flat as possible and gave a slight pull and I'll still rub the exterior fender if I turn too deeply at higher speed. You appear to be lower than me and definitely more meaty. This is gonna happen, part of the stance life.
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It's not because of the fenders, you just have too much tyre on that 8.5 and 9.5. Try it with 225/255 and you will not have that issue.
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To be honest, not much a roll would have done in that situation. You probably need a pull to make a difference. I rolled mine as flat as possible and gave a slight pull and I'll still rub the exterior fender if I turn too deeply at higher speed. You appear to be lower than me and definitely more meaty. This is gonna happen, part of the stance life.
The issue is that it snagged the inner lip. Really if I had cranked it harder I probably would have cleared because my caster causes the car to raise a bit as I add more steering angle. But double guessing and only making a minor adjustment lead to this. I don't mind rubbing the inner liner but by rolling the lip it won't pull the fender out like that the next time i make a mistake.

Luckily Tire Rack's Road Hazard coverage is sending a replacement tire so I'll be back like nothing happened by the end of the week.

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It's not because of the fenders, you just have too much tyre on that 8.5 and 9.5. Try it with 225/255 and you will not have that issue.
Nah, def not going down a tire size. I don't like the look of stretched tires. If anything I'd move to a higher offset wheel. But this fitment is perfect, Rays knew what they were doing when they made these.
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Nah, def not going down a tire size. I don't like the look of stretched tires. If anything I'd move to a higher offset wheel. But this fitment is perfect, Rays knew what they were doing when they made these.
Did you ever saw 225 on 8.5 and 255 on 9.5? It's perfectly flush with the rim edge, not stretched. Your actual tires are poking over, which I wouldn't like. But each his own.
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