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      09-07-2009, 04:42 PM   #23
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does my car approve for HELLA FLUSH? haha
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RA2FANATIC your car is SIIICK .... dats exactly what im lookin for ...would you ever lower your car to the point that your tuckin tire? right now on my stockies im tuckin heavily in the rear with no wheel gap in the front ... i jus need some rims that will fit without having to raise my car
thanx man. my offset is way too aggressive to tuck my wheels, unless i adjust my camber, but thats not an option

then again, if i ran some generals/t1-r/falken 452s i would possible be able to drive w/o rubbing. as it is, i really like how my rear is sittin. so i'm keepin it the way it is
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      09-07-2009, 06:07 PM   #28
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does my car approve for HELLA FLUSH? haha
no, you need a 10mm spacer up front.
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no, you need a 10mm spacer up front.
really? are you joking or what? i was thinking about 2-5mm spacers. but im already rubbing against the front bumper well just a slightly. its these stupid tires!!

i need a good gripping tires with a stretched sidewalls.

anything else besides toyo t1rs
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really? are you joking or what? i was thinking about 2-5mm spacers. but im already rubbing against the front bumper well just a slightly. its these stupid tires!!

i need a good gripping tires with a stretched sidewalls.

anything else besides toyo t1rs
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really? are you joking or what? i was thinking about 2-5mm spacers. but im already rubbing against the front bumper well just a slightly. its these stupid tires!!

i need a good gripping tires with a stretched sidewalls.

anything else besides toyo t1rs
5mm would do. t1r is your best bet.
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so wat you guys dat are flush runnin? im assumin da usual 8.5 and 10 but wit m3 offsets? or lower? or spacers? haha
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so wat you guys dat are flush runnin? im assumin da usual 8.5 and 10 but wit m3 offsets? or lower? or spacers? haha
you can

1. buy wheels that allow you to pick you offset

heres dr.phuonger's ride with custom offset

19x9 et 27 front and 19x10 et 25 rear



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2. buy wheels and add spacers.

my wheels were 19x9.5 et 32, i added a 20mm spacer making it et 12mm and 19x11 et 25, i added a 10mm spacer making it et 12mm




to get the maximum flushness, you have to pick the right size tire, stretch a tire and roll your fenders.
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to get the maximum flushness, you have to pick the right size tire, stretch a tire and roll your fenders.
Exactly!

I had 275s Bridestone Potenzas, which rubbed, and I went with 265 FK452s which now dont rub. I am lowered on KW V1s and want to go lower. I also have my fenders trimmed to allow that aggressive offset.
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so wat you guys dat are flush runnin? im assumin da usual 8.5 and 10 but wit m3 offsets? or lower? or spacers? haha
19x8.5 +35 now at +30 w/ 5mm spacer
19x10 +24 straight up gangster
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19x8.5 +35 now at +30 w/ 5mm spacer
19x10 +24 straight up gangster
or here is your option 3.

buy wheels that have low offset and shave them down to the offset you want.


ra2fantics rear wheel was 19x10 et 20, i got 4mm shaved off making them et 24. you can only shave off 5mm on most wheels.
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so .... jealous .... of .... LONGTRANS CAR LOL AND DR PHUONGER'S

so you caaan fit 9's in the front ... would it be crazy to try to get a wider than 10' rim in the rear?
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cool but we need some offsets and tire sizes and brands, too.
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so wat you guys dat are flush runnin? im assumin da usual 8.5 and 10 but wit m3 offsets? or lower? or spacers? haha

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you can

1. buy wheels that allow you to pick you offset

heres dr.phuonger's ride with custom offset

19x9 et 27 front and 19x10 et 25 rear


2. buy wheels and add spacers.

to get the maximum flushness, you have to pick the right size tire, stretch a tire and roll your fenders.
Simply impressive... I must have left my decoder ring in my other pants.
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so .... jealous .... of .... LONGTRANS CAR LOL AND DR PHUONGER'S

so you caaan fit 9's in the front ... would it be crazy to try to get a wider than 10' rim in the rear?
Nahh, I've seen E92's running 10.5 in the rear. Boost_Nation had 10.5's I believe.
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