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      11-20-2012, 06:01 PM   #1
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wheel fitment

Hey guys, new to the forum and very new to setting up wheels. I've been doing some research and I saw a setup that was 19x9.5+22F and 19x10.5+22R.

The wheels I want don't come in that size, but they do come in 19x9.5+32 and 19x10.5+32...if I get 10mm spacers all around will that get me to the 19x9.5+22F and 19x10.5+22R?

I'm assuming the higher the number the closer it is to the strut and the lower the number the further away it is? I'll be on coilovers, so is rolling required with this setup (I don't mind) and after being rolled do you think I would rub?

Last questions...what tires should I run..I need to stretch I assume

Wheels I was are the work vsxx vivd told me i should run an a disc up front and an o disc in the back...think this would look funky any pics?

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      11-21-2012, 12:22 PM   #2
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Yes, 10mm spacers on ET32 wheels will get you an ET22 fitment.
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