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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

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Thinking onsome 18x8/9 avant garde m220 wheels. They are +35 and was gunna do 205/40 front 215/40 rear. Dropping on f&f type 1. Will I run into any trouble?
Go x9 +35, 215/40 all around. Forget the 8's.

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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

Okay guys, I took the blind risk of buying 18x9.5 +12 wheels looking to run -5 camber all around. Kinda nervous lol but we shall see how it goes once everything is in

Any tips?
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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

There's no blind risk needed. 18x9.5 +12 has been done.

http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5133/...8d152814_o.jpg

Just pull your fenders a bit, and run a 215/40/18. Be sure to modify your bumper tab as well.
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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

thank you, ive been looking for a pic for a while now. what do you think about 205/40/18
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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

Stick with a 215/40/18 and just do a bit of fender work.
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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

Going with a 18x10 +18 for my next wheels. Should i run a 215/40 or 225/40? I know that 225/40 is the usual tire run for 10s, but with it being +18 offset I'm not sure which to run. I'm at -3.3 front/-4 rear for camber. Going to be getting a camber kit for the rear and run about -5 to -6. And i'm not sure about the front because those camber kits are a headache.
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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

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Going with a 18x10 +18 for my next wheels. Should i run a 215/40 or 225/40? I know that 225/40 is the usual tire run for 10s, but with it being +18 offset I'm not sure which to run. I'm at -3.3 front/-4 rear for camber. Going to be getting a camber kit for the rear and run about -5 to -6. And i'm not sure about the front because those camber kits are a headache.
Work XD9?

I would say 215/40. That's what I plan on running here shortly on 18x10


PS I have a question for SleeperCell. How close are your tires to the part where your bumper connects?
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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

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Work XD9?

I would say 215/40. That's what I plan on running here shortly on 18x10


PS I have a question for SleeperCell. How close are your tires to the part where your bumper connects?


Did you get your wheel choice figured out? I'm guessing so.
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Re: Wheel Fitment Thread

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Did you get your wheel choice figured out? I'm guessing so.
Yeah I did thanks to you. I really appreciate the help. But even you will be surprised when you see what I am getting
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