Originally Posted by ~XxPornxX~
no one here runs a 10.5 +10 fronts, let alone hardly anyone runs a 10.5+10 rears. your front will poke 34mm from flush with | -.65 camber as your rears will poke 21mm at \ -2.0. your stretch and camber will not match ruining any look youre going for. For the hassle of redrill or adapters to make them even work youll need a 235.35 front with camber plates. Try another wheel, those look kinda nasty.
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You seem very knowledgeable on wheel and tire fitment! I was hoping you could lend me some advice and tips?
Iím looking for a new wheel set up but I am trying to stick with the same tires I currently have as they have maybe 2K miles on them and are in perfect condition.
I have 19" PSS tires; 235 in front and 275 in rear.
Question: I want to go as aggressive as possible in the front and rear without rubbing and without spacers. What is the lowest ET I can run both front and rear while staying in a "safe zone"?