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Old 02-24-2018, 02:03 PM   #3683
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Would 16x8 +12 or -12 fit on stock height? I have searched and looked through the wheel fitment guide... trying to run a wide ish drag radial setup. contacted tire rack and wheelfire, neither really gave a straight answer. Any input would be awesome. Thanks
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Old 02-26-2018, 03:37 PM   #3684
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Would 16x8 +12 or -12 fit on stock height? I have searched and looked through the wheel fitment guide... trying to run a wide ish drag radial setup. contacted tire rack and wheelfire, neither really gave a straight answer. Any input would be awesome. Thanks


I'd say no and NO.




Post 94 shows a 16x8 +25. So, a 16x8 +12 will poke out another 13mm!! The 16x8 -12 wheel will poke out an additional 37mm past the 16x8+25
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Old 02-27-2018, 05:45 PM   #3685
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I'd say no and NO.




Post 94 shows a 16x8 +25. So, a 16x8 +12 will poke out another 13mm!! The 16x8 -12 wheel will poke out an additional 37mm past the 16x8+25
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Thanks a lot. Ive never had to worry about offset. Totally new to me. I appreciate it though.
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Can't find a definitive answer, so i'd like to ask here:

2017 BRZ w/ PP / Brembo brakes.

Looking to put the Enkei RS05RR 18x8.5 42mm offset. They also have a 18x8.5 50mm offset.


Would either of those work?

Edit: confirmed, they do not fit with brembos. I do not know what kind of spacer one would need for them.
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Old 02-28-2018, 01:42 PM   #3687
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Can't find a definitive answer, so i'd like to ask here:

2017 BRZ w/ PP / Brembo brakes.

Looking to put the Enkei RS05RR 18x8.5 42mm offset. They also have a 18x8.5 50mm offset.


Would either of those work?

Good question.


This thread has information...
http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=122138




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Old 03-02-2018, 05:31 PM   #3688
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Good luck!
actually, question: The PP wheels are a +48 offset.

Since the enkeis are 42mm, does that mean a 6mm spacer would allow them to fit?

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actually, question: The PP wheels are a +48 offset.

Since the enkeis are 42mm, does that mean a 6mm spacer would allow them to fit?

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Wheel spacers reduce positive offset by pushing the wheel farther away from the suspension. So a +42mm offset with a 6mm spacer would be equivalent to a +36mm offset. The wheels that come with the car are:

7Jx17ET48, 7.5Jx17ET45, or 7.5Jx18ET45. The PP wheels in 2018 are the 7.5Jx17ET45 wheels (or rather a +45mm offset).
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actually, question: The PP wheels are a +48 offset.

Since the enkeis are 42mm, does that mean a 6mm spacer would allow them to fit?

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better chance to fit yes, guaranteed no, the spoke shape matters.
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Hey everyone, I'm wondering what's the maximum tire/wheel size we can safely install on our otherwise stock car? Thanks. Trying to gather information before I buy
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17x8 +35

225/45/17

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17x8+35
Or 17x8+44
Lowered with trd springs.


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17x8 +35

225/45/17

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17x8+35
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Lowered with trd springs.
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18x9.5 +40 255/35/18

Someone local is selling enkei nt03 18x9.5 +40 with 255/35/18 tires. Will these fit stock suspension with spacers?
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