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      08-05-2011, 04:55 PM   #1
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What vendor has a rim to match Dinan's new wheel and get a 265/275 tire on it

Dinan figured out what the offsets are with NO spacers.

http://www.dinancars.com/shop/D750-0...ck.aspx#page=1

This unfortunately for Dinan is $6,000 bucks a set.

Questions:
1) what are the offsets on these FRONT rims to put a 9" - 265 tire (with camber plates like I have) on the front of a 335 - WITHOUT spacers?

2) what are the offsets on these REAR rims to put a 9.5" - 275 tire WITHOUT spacers? This one is probably pretty easy to do.... but does anybody know Dinan's offset - on the NEW rims - not the old ones.

3) What vendor produces said rim/offset in a 9" and 9.5" to get this combination of a 265/275 on a 19" rim?

Front Wheel
Size: 19" x 9.0"
Weight: 22.0 lbs
Recommended Tire: Michelin Pilot Sport II tires - 255/30-19, with camber plates 265/30-19 (For other tires see note below)

Rear Wheel
Size: 19" x 9.5"
Weight: 22.6 lbs
Recommended Tire: Michelin Pilot Sport II tires - 265/30-19, when using 265/30-19 front wheels use 275/30-19 (For other tires see note below)

There has to be other choices. This is near square setup and would handle like a champ. The new rims have a nice concavity - there must be competitive products out there in a 9" and 9.5" combination. All I can find is a 8.5" and a 9" or 9.5" combo.
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      08-05-2011, 05:24 PM   #2
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As long as we can firgure out the offset its do able by all custom wheels manufacture like dpe, iforge, HRE, etc.....

Good luck man let us know how the search goes.
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