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      02-07-2012, 03:16 AM   #1
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Exclamation 18x9 et 33 front ,18x10 et 33 rear (help me out lol)

Ordering Forgestar f14 tomorrow. they dont usually do 9 in the front but i want em so i kinda have to figure out my offset.

in the front its going to be 18 by 9 et 33 245 tire
in the rear its going to be 18 by 10 et 33 275 tire

The tires that are going to go on the wheels are Hankook Rs3

would i have any rubbing issues?
would it be flush?
would it not work out?
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      02-07-2012, 04:47 AM   #2
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if you do a 235 tire in the front and 265 in the rear i dont think you would have a bit of a problem with rubbing with those offsets, im sure those tires would would though what you have with the 18" wheel
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Flush? No
Rub? Depends on ride height and fender roll, but probably not
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Flush? No
Rub? Depends on ride height and fender roll, but probably not
Lol well not flush but the wheel won't be way in there right lol

I do have my fenders rolled and my ride height is usually the fender sits above the tire. So there is no wheel gap
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You shouldnt have any issues, those are pretty Lax offsets even for LCI E90.
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You shouldnt have any issues, those are pretty Lax offsets even for LCI E90.
I wouldn't have to camber a lot would I?
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      02-07-2012, 08:53 PM   #7
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You shouldnt have any issues, those are pretty Lax offsets even for LCI E90.
I wouldn't have to camber a lot would I?
If you already have your rear fenders rolled I think you are ok. Honestly no way to tell until you throw 'em on.
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I'm running 18x9.5 +22Front and 18x10.5 +20Rear with Falken FK452's 225/40 and 245/35, respectively. My car is dropped on Bilstein PSS10 almost maxed out on drop. I only rub over hard bumps or when I have a full car. Also, my fenders are not rolled and I'm running -2.0degree of camber in the rear.

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