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      08-14-2012, 12:35 AM   #507
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      08-14-2012, 02:37 PM   #508
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Well, I'm not misinformed. Yesterday I'm riding on the interstate and see a hot looking car up ahead. I catch up and it's a youngster with the hell flush, stetched tire set-up. Dudes fenders were wrinkled and chewed up from all the scraping.
I've seen guys at car meets and questioned them. On u-turns the exposed rim from stretched tires scrape the pavement.
Exposed rims like that have to more prone to deterioration from dirt and water exposure whiuch has to hurt your wheel eventually.
I'm also sure you have to watch out for every bump and pothole, instead of just the severe issues.
Nope, you can't drive normally with that kind of set-up.
Dirt and water exposure.. heaven forbid!
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      08-26-2012, 03:50 PM   #509
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      08-26-2012, 04:22 PM   #511
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looks amazing!! major props!
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Very nice! Im running OEM 225M wheels. If i wanted to poke them out like yours in the photo, what mm wheel spacers should i buy for front and rears? Because I love that look in the photo.
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      08-28-2012, 11:44 AM   #518
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Very nice! Im running OEM 225M wheels. If i wanted to poke them out like yours in the photo, what mm wheel spacers should i buy for front and rears? Because I love that look in the photo.
its gunna be reallly hard to get that fitment with oem wheels. its alot more than just getting spacers. im running no spacers. you are going to have to get new tires. lower it alot and then calculate the specs for a spacer. i dont know the wheel specs of your wheels. and even then it still might look weird because the oem wheel is probably are skinnier.
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its gunna be reallly hard to get that fitment with oem wheels. its alot more than just getting spacers. im running no spacers. you are going to have to get new tires. lower it alot and then calculate the specs for a spacer. i dont know the wheel specs of your wheels. and even then it still might look weird because the oem wheel is probably are skinnier.
I've already lowered it. specs are: Front 19 x 8 ET:37
Rear 19 x 9 ET:39

Fronts are 225/35 profile, rears are 255/30. Stock specs for rims and tyres.


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I've already lowered it. specs are: Front 19 x 8 ET:37
Rear 19 x 9 ET:39

Fronts are 225/35 profile, rears are 255/30. Stock specs for rims and tyres.


The photos are on a different thread under post #229

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...=18073&page=11

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i dont think its gunna be do able. ur gunnna have to run some HELLA fat spacer. and they dont even make tires small enough to stretch on a 8. dude. dont be one of those kids that thinks stance is achievable with just spacers. get wheels that are wide enough.
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i dont think its gunna be do able. ur gunnna have to run some HELLA fat spacer. and they dont even make tires small enough to stretch on a 8. dude. dont be one of those kids that thinks stance is achievable with just spacers. get wheels that are wide enough.
lol not after hella flush stance lol nor am i a kid. I'm just after a little agressive touch on my current setup that's all.. by new tires i assume you meant streched right..
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lol not after hella flush stance lol nor am i a kid. I'm just after a little agressive touch on my current setup that's all.. by new tires i assume you meant streched right..
ok you can be truly aggressive with your wheels..... it would just be spacers...
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lol not after hella flush stance lol nor am i a kid. I'm just after a little agressive touch on my current setup that's all.. by new tires i assume you meant streched right..
To answer your question your going to need a minimum of a 15mm front spacer and 20mm spacer in the rear. It won't look as aggressive as some cars in this thread but it'll be somewhat close. The width of your wheels and aggressive offsets along with stretched tires are what you'll need to get the stance you want. It's hard to attain that with factory specs. Hope this helps.
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spacers = meh. Offset calculation is where its at.
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To answer your question your going to need a minimum of a 15mm front spacer and 20mm spacer in the rear. It won't look as aggressive as some cars in this thread but it'll be somewhat close. The width of your wheels and aggressive offsets along with stretched tires are what you'll need to get the stance you want. It's hard to attain that with factory specs. Hope this helps.
Thanks for answering my question. I'm just trying to do stick out the OEM wheels a little and wanted a rough estimate of mm for spacers so i can try them out. Thank you once again.
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Thanks for answering my question. I'm just trying to do stick out the OEM wheels a little and wanted a rough estimate of mm for spacers so i can try them out. Thank you once again.
i say 20mms at least all around. if you want to "stick out" a lil but your gunna be mexiflush with your stock tires to. not really doin it the right way.
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i need stretched rubber i know..
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i need stretched rubber i know..
but its practically impossible to stretch on ur stock wheels. good luck finding something that can stretch on a 19x8
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