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      03-03-2020, 09:05 AM   #1
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18x10 +25 E92 Rear Fitment?

I'm looking at getting a set of JNC005's and I want to run a staggered fitment.

Their options are 18x8 +35, 18x9+35 and 18x10+25

I know that the 8" and 9" will work fine with 235/40 and 265/35 tires (Firehawk Indy 500's)

How much trouble am I going to get in trying to run a 9" and 10" setup with the same size tires?

My plan is to lower the car with H&R Race springs.
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18 x 10 et 25 with 265/35 will require a lot of negative camber in addition to fender roll. It will run on the inner fender lining no mater what you do. I replaced them twice so far because the tires rub hole thru.
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I figured as much... Thanks for the reply!
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I'd recommend looking at Apex Racing fitment guide for the e92. 18x10 et33 is their suggested based on the wheels they make.
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I ended up getting different wheels in 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 with 245/35 and 275/45 tires.

From what I've seen, this should fit fine.
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