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Old 08-11-2012, 10:32 AM   #1
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19x9.5 et 33 with 265/30/19 fender roll?

Hey guys, got a question regarding my rear wheel fitment.. I just got myself a set of breyton race gts 19x9,5 et33.

However Im having some fitment issue, Im using Toyo T1 Sport tyres. I was goin to use a 245/35/19, but the guy at my local tire shop said 265/30/19 will fit better on the wheel, so I follow his suggestion.

Now after its all fitted, I think Im having a big problem, since there is not enough negative camber nor space between the wheel/tyre with the fender to move around if I hit bumps..

So my question is, will fender roll help this issue? and also how about my bumper, since Im pretty sure it will hit my bumper as well..

or do you guys think its worth it for me to sell this 'brand' new tyre for a loss and buy a 245/35/19, or just stick with this 265?

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Old 08-11-2012, 10:35 AM   #2
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:35 AM   #3
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265 is on the extreme size for any non-M. You may be able to get away with a fender roll and pull or more negative camber. However, a 245 would work much better. Your mechanic didn't really think things through when he suggested a 265. Yes, it would fit a 9.5 in wheel better, but it won't fit your car without fitment issues.

As for selling your tires, that's up to you. How much money would you lose selling the new tires as compared to getting somebody to do the body work for you to get it to fit?
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:18 PM   #4
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265 is on the extreme size for any non-M. You may be able to get away with a fender roll and pull or more negative camber. However, a 245 would work much better. Your mechanic didn't really think things through when he suggested a 265. Yes, it would fit a 9.5 in wheel better, but it won't fit your car without fitment issues.

As for selling your tires, that's up to you. How much money would you lose selling the new tires as compared to getting somebody to do the body work for you to get it to fit?
I will lose about $60 per tires + labour fee, without barely drove 10kms on it.. Do you think fender roll alone could do the job? and how about my bumper?
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265 is gonna be a rights fit.
Guys that run that offset and width usually have to run a stretched tire.
Bite your losses and run 235s or get different rims.

The only way you're fitting 265s is if u raise it a tad and/or do fender work.
You can't tuck 265s with that offset.
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:38 PM   #6
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i was running 285 on 10's with a 30 offset. a aggressive fender roll was all i needed to stop the rubbing.
was on a 02 sedan.
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Yes but you weren't as low ad he describes I'm sure. Tucking tires and all.
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i was running 285 on 10's with a 30 offset. a aggressive fender roll was all i needed to stop the rubbing.
was on a 02 sedan.
I bet it looked absolutely retarded too.
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The only way you're fitting 265s is if u raise it a tad and/or do fender work.
You can't tuck 265s with that offset.
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Old 08-14-2012, 06:50 PM   #10
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265 may be too big. im thinking around 245 or 255.. im running 225 in the rears with a 9+20 offset, and am fairly low. Tire rubs only on big dips, but thats slightly. Any bigger, it'd look like a 4x4.
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I am running the setup the op is asking about. If you want to tuck the tire, fender work is required, a lot of it.
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mine are rolled and pulled on the sedan to run 19x9.5 et 35 with 265/30 and I rub - even with TMS adjustable control arms and -2.5 camber
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Old 08-30-2012, 08:53 PM   #13
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I gave up and went with the 245/35 instead... Rolled fenders as well and 1.5 cambers.. There are not even a slight rubbing now even with 4 passengers and luggages on the car! pretty satisfied with it

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Old 08-30-2012, 11:57 PM   #14
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mine are rolled and pulled on the sedan to run 19x9.5 et 35 with 265/30 and I rub - even with TMS adjustable control arms and -2.5 camber
Wow I figured coupes would be able to fit less than sedans. My Zhp didn't rub 19x9.5 et35 265/30 -2.0 rear camber. Heck they didn't even rub 18x9 et22 235s in back.
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Wow I figured coupes would be able to fit less than sedans. My Zhp didn't rub 19x9.5 et35 265/30 -2.0 rear camber. Heck they didn't even rub 18x9 et22 235s in back.
There is more wheel well space in coupes than sedans
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Running that set up can be done. i have seen it before, but yes it requires a good amount of modification like rolling and pulling.
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Old 09-04-2012, 10:55 PM   #18
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I have had 265s,,,,275s,,,,,,,,now going to Try 255s,,,,All 30 profile on 19s staggered...275s Rub too much..so Out 265s rub only on the hard bumps or Dips.. Now trying 225 front 255 rear... the Bigger the Rim And Tire combo need more camber and with that more tire wear,if you like the cheaper tire brand..fender roll maybe fender shave.... but I'm not slammed 51 yrs old ..sacrifice look for function..by going 19s...18s WAY better ride..but Michelin pilot super sports Awesome tire'.
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