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      02-14-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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Concave Question

Hello all,

I am looking to purchase new rim with "deep concave." I want to have the deep concave looks without needing to modify my car (rolling fender, wide body kit, etc). I have been looking at the MORR V8.2. The two set up I am looking at are:

1. 19x8.5 ET 30, 19x10 ET36
2. 19x8.5 ET 32, 19x10 ET 27

I want to utilize my existing tire which are Hankook V12 235/35/19 and 265/30/19

My questions are:
Can both these set up accommodate my tire?
Which set up will give me more concave?
Any other type of rims that will give me more "concavity"?

Are there tools out there to help me with figuring out the ideal set up for my
car?

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I want to have the deep concave looks without needing to modify my car (rolling fender, wide body kit, etc).
LOL. And I want 500 hp while getting 50 mpg.
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I want to have the deep concave looks without needing to modify my car (rolling fender, wide body kit, etc).
LOL. And I want 500 hp while getting 50 mpg.
That was very helpful. NOT
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Concave or not doesn't change the measurements for offsets etc. Use the calculator on top of this page, and search for threads about what ET/tire combination is known to work on your particular model. I do not think 10-ET27 fit on LCI cars, but I don't know really.
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