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      11-21-2012, 03:43 AM   #1
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question on vmr 710

Hi everyone, I need some pointers on some vmr 710 rim.. I would like to get some 18" but what spec do i need to run in order to not rub cause i do not want to do a fender roll... also do i need spacer for them or can i run 18 with no spacers... thanks
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Hi everyone, I need some pointers on some vmr 710 rim.. I would like to get some 18" but what spec do i need to run in order to not rub cause i do not want to do a fender roll... also do i need spacer for them or can i run 18 with no spacers... thanks
5x120 bolt pattern, 72.6 center bore
18x8.5 +35, 18x9.5 +33

Absolutely no rubbing issues. It'll be a bolt-on fitment so modifications to your suspension or fenders is not required and no need to run any spacers or adapters. PM me for more details
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hey if i got the 19 would it rub?
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19" wheels won't rub if you get the right width, offsets, and tire sizing.
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