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      04-13-2008, 02:22 PM   #67
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One thing to consider is possibly shaving the rear hub to make an ET30 or so offset.
wait what what?? how come nobody never mention this to me. could you give more details? it's safe on the rim right? at least no spacers front...

EDIT: i got excited and read to fast. shave the rear? you can fit the rear with just fender rolling. now i thought it was for the front for a sec lol. damn...

EDIT #2: wait maybe it wasn't a typo?
OEM ZCP Rims:
8x19 ET47 Front
9.5x19 ET27 Rear

OEM 189 Rims:
8x18 ET34
8.5x18 ET37

can i shave off et17 in the front to get et30?
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shaving usually don't go past 5mm LOL...and shaving doesn't make the offset more aggressive duh (opposite effect of adding spacers)...so it'll only tuck in more.

Yes you can fit the rear by rolling fenders only assuming you go for the normal 265 tires.

dude I can believe you're still confused with offset after all this discussion. No offense, I used to be a noob as well, but this stuff become crystal clear after I messed around with the offset calculator for a couple minutes.
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      04-13-2008, 07:01 PM   #69
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wait what what?? how come nobody never mention this to me. could you give more details? it's safe on the rim right? at least no spacers front...

EDIT: i got excited and read to fast. shave the rear? you can fit the rear with just fender rolling. now i thought it was for the front for a sec lol. damn...

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OEM ZCP Rims:
8x19 ET47 Front
9.5x19 ET27 Rear

OEM 189 Rims:
8x18 ET34
8.5x18 ET37

can i shave off et17 in the front to get et30?
u only can put 15mm spacer(uaually 15,18 or 20mm) for front to make it less offset.
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Is it possible to shave the front hub aswell, or is that only done to the rear?
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