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Old 02-15-2013, 01:17 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by prisonerofdoom83 View Post
18x8.5 35 offset
18x9.5 45 offset if u want staggered or u can run 18x8.5 all around also . I just got new wheels two weeks ago so I just went through all of this . VMR wheels guy will help u out on what to tun if u want 19s though
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Originally Posted by Redline4 View Post
Basically with that offset it will be pushing your rim to far out. Now it can be done but it will take fender work and more pain than it's worth in my opinion. Go talk to VMR or another sponsor we have here for a nice set of 19's and they may end up causing you less money and less headache.


19x8.5 ET35/19x9.5 ET45 will work, OP. If the front and rear offset is ET32 on those wheels you were looking at, they'll be a bit too aggressive IMO. You'd need to do some fender work.
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