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      11-27-2011, 08:54 PM   #23
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Sorry for typo... 35 profile in front. To be honest I am not sure I could have worked out the 10" rim with 285 as we had to work pretty hard to get it to clear perfect, especially on the right ( I know, pretty strange but I hear this is common on the coupe) atleast with typ offset!
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Lost u there! Care to expand on 275!=285

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If u were refering to ifferent brands and their thickness-my v12 285 fits way tighter in the fender than the 275's shown
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so if i wanted to run a 285/35/18 nitto nt555r2 on a set of custom et f'14's what offset should I shoot for to have no rub? I am thiniking I can do it as I will be an inch shorter with the 18's vs your 19's
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I'd love to run 285's....this seals my decision
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