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Old 02-06-2011, 06:29 AM   #1
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So... What car is this? Lowered? Slammed? Camber?
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^ I believe it's an FX35.
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Old 02-06-2011, 05:19 PM   #5
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offsets are increments in MM, so just do a simple conversion of mm's vs inches to figure out exactly what the difference really is

so in your case how many mm's are within half an inch and you'll get your answer
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265 tires would fit on a 10" rim easily
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with a 50 series tire profile I wouldnt worry at all about any stretch, would be barely noticeable
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Those rims would fit for sure if u had a lower offset
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and in regard to safety? im more concerned about uneven treadwear or other safety issues.
IMO, unless you've got an extreme stretch, you dont really need to worry about uneven tire wear.

Its when you start lowering and you need to adjust camber and toe in/out
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would a 20x9 +15 offset fit well on my fx35?
Definitely won't rub on the inside but that will stick out an inch and a half more than your stock wheels. but you can easily check that yourself. I'm guessing there might be a bit of poke though because 1.5" is quite a bit
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when the wheel pokes out past the fender
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To give u a general idea I'm running r35 gtr wheels on my fx 9.5 width +45 front 10 width +25 back
The front is still a little tucked in but the rear has a little poke. So I think +38 all around would work well

Are u lowered or stock? Lowering the ride tends to tuck the wheels in a little too

I don't think u have the correct centerbore thought for ^ rims
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would these fit okay?

Available Offsets - +38
5 Lug - 5 x 112, 5 x 114.3, 5 x 115
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Make sure you get hub rings and they'll fit for sure,
Get the 5x114.3 btw lol
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Correct me if I'm wrong but the only way to know for sure is to test fit? I did all the measurement for my wheels before I got it and when I put it on, the rear still stick out more than I anticipate
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Yea it's staggered. I love the stance but wish it's bigger. Have u consider upsizing to 22? IMO 20 looks small on fx. Especially if it's gor thin spokes. Got pic of the rims u plan to get?
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