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Old 08-10-2008, 11:57 PM
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OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!!

okay so can i get a new confirmation (recap: i have the rear AND FRONT asm fenders, and am looking for wheel specs that will make them sit flush) so...

FOR THE FRONTS:
17x9 offset +40 or +35 (which is better?)

FOR THE REARS:
17x9 offset +22

IS THIS RIGHT!?!?!?!?

LOL thanks guys
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Read my post.
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Old 08-11-2008, 01:45 AM
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Originally Posted by HUYS2200,Aug 10 2008, 11:01 PM
Read my post.
I don't think 17x9.5 +35 will fit. Well depends on what tires size you want to run and you have to run some aggressive camber.
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Originally Posted by WindchaserS2K,Aug 11 2008, 01:45 AM
I don't think 17x9.5 +35 will fit. Well depends on what tires size you want to run and you have to run some aggressive camber.
Front or rear?

IMO, it'd sit nicely in front and rear. 255/40 with -2.5 front and -3 rear.
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Originally Posted by HUYS2200,Aug 11 2008, 12:51 AM
Front or rear?

IMO, it'd sit nicely in front and rear. 255/40 with -2.5 front and -3 rear.
For the front well it also depend on how much you are lower.
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it depends on how wide a wheel you are going to go also...
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Old 08-11-2008, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by HUYS2200,Aug 11 2008, 12:51 AM
Front or rear?

IMO, it'd sit nicely in front and rear. 255/40 with -2.5 front and -3 rear.
hmmm this sounds good, are you sure this will work?
can anyone confirm this?

isnt there anybody who has these asm fenders (i know there are) and can just gimme their own specs? i know hunterez has them but his wheels/tires combo is a little smaller than i'd like....

p.s. and as far as lowering my car goes, i have kw variant 3 coilovers and i'd like it to be dropped a reasonable amount, not slammed, but a decent drop.
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If you want to go 9.5 all around, here are my suggestions:

REAR:
17x9.5 +22
245/40/17 tire


FRONT:
17x9.5 +35
245/40/17 tire


Those should fit fine...you'll need to run at least -3 camber in the back and -3.5 in the front....as well as make sure all your fenders are trimmed.


Here are some pics of my REARS @ 17x9 +22 wrapped in 255/40/17 RE-01R's. Fronts are standard 17x8.5 +50 offsets wrapped in 245/40/17's




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thanks nichigo i think im gonna end up going with ur setup!
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ill be running 17x9 + 40 all around and 255/40/17 tires with my front and rear asm stuff. its not going to be as aggressive as nichigo in the back.. but its non staggered and safe. with this setup the camber will be a littler better up front. i hate uneven tire wear. plus you can rotate. you wont be able to do that with any other setup.
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