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      02-21-2013, 02:37 AM   #1
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what offset to run 245/35/18?

So i'm thinking of picking up a set of forgestar f14s in a 18x8.5 square set up for my '09 (lci) e91. I'm considering running 245/35/18s. What offset should I be looking at for these specs? 35mm?

note: i'm not looking for an aggressive set up. Don't want to have to worry about any rubbing, don't want to roll fenders, or run increased negative camber or anything. Just want a standard yet sporty look.
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I have 8.5 in the front 9.5 in the back running 35mm offset. I think im using that tire size in the back
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