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      11-19-2012, 09:07 AM   #1
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Offset and Tire Help!?

Hey will 17x8.5 +25 fit up front on a e92? I am lowered.

Also, is it possible to run a 245 tire?


Will a 17x9.5 +35 take a 285 tire on a lowered e92?

Keep in mind I will be running NT555R or NT05R tires.
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bump for help...someone?
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      11-19-2012, 07:42 PM   #3
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You could run a 245/35 front lowered depending how low you might need some camber. I ran a 245/35 on a 10 et below 20 had 1.3 camber in the front and folded the front fenders.

The rear you can fit a 285/30 which I ran on a 11.5 rim with aggressive offset had about 2 camber in the rear and fenders were cut and shaved
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This is a 245/35 on a 10 rim with low offset and 1.3 of camber

This is the rear with 3.2 camber which was to much and ended up at 2.2 to straighten it out a bit. On a 11.5 with a 285/30 with low offset

And this is it straighten out with less camber a cleaner look

Pretty low as you can see of coarse with that there is still some rubbing going that aggressive
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      11-19-2012, 08:09 PM   #5
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Would I have to do any fender work with a 17x8.5 et25 245s?
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Depends how low you are going to go but you shouldn't have to
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      11-20-2012, 08:52 AM   #7
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thanks bro...i seen your ride at ertefa...love the ccws
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      11-20-2012, 12:04 PM   #8
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thanks bro...i seen your ride at ertefa...love the ccws
Lol shit didn't even see you were local, No problem at all brother. Look for something different next season CCW are long gone half way across the world actually..
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nice...im getting a rare set of 17" SSR Type C RS Euro Spec. 16lbs a rim.
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nice...im getting a rare set of 17" SSR Type C RS Euro Spec. 16lbs a rim.
Good stuff SSR are good wheels but go wide or go home....lol you will see

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      11-20-2012, 04:31 PM   #11
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Good stuff SSR are good wheels but go wide or go home....lol you will see
Well they are 17x8.5 fronts and 17x9.5 rears.

I want beefy tires. I don't care about being stanced out as that isn't really practical.

I'm sick of going sideways in 3rd gear lol
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I head you bro everyone is differing.

I have been at it for so long not not rubbing doesn't feel practical to me man.
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