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Old 05-08-2018, 06:50 AM   #1
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19x9.5's all round

Has anyone ran 19x9.5 all round with 245/35 19 +38 on the front and rear.

I Love the concave concept CC03s in the 19" but just worried they will scrub in the front. Just wondering if anyone else has fitted 19x9.5 on the front without issue and if im better off going 18x9 245/40 +38
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Go for 24x9.5". Just get rid of tires. No one else will have that setup!
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Ive read the tire directory and cant get a clear answer. The first post on the 19x9.5 +38 on the directory states it wasn't his car so i stopped reading on second look they posted further down more info thanks. There also running 225/40 which i thought was a bit risky of the wheel popping off the bead with that much stretch

The street FX build doesn't go into detail on the 19x9.5 set up as they change them out later for a staggered set up when they flared the guards.
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just make sure you get some chrome spinners for a perfect fit
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Has anyone ran 19x9.5 all round with 245/35 19 +38 on the front and rear.

I Love the concave concept CC03s in the 19" but just worried they will scrub in the front. Just wondering if anyone else has fitted 19x9.5 on the front without issue and if im better off going 18x9 245/40 +38

The will "fit" with: 245/30/19s (which are closer to the correct diameter), coilovers w/tophats, rear lca, end links, and possibly other suspension parts. Camber is needed in the front and rear: -2.5+ is my estimate.


18'S may be better for you. 245/35 is the correct diameter in 18.
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Go for 24x9.5". Just get rid of tires. No one else will have that setup!
With 19's you will need 20 profile tires. Basically solid rubber, no inflation required.
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19x10.5 +32 235/30/19 all around. To my surprise: The rear actually fits! LOL


You can tell the rear fenders have not been pulled either!!!

http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=23831
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The will "fit" with: 245/30/19s (which are closer to the correct diameter), coilovers w/tophats, rear lca, end links, and possibly other suspension parts. Camber is needed in the front and rear: -2.5+ is my estimate.


18'S may be better for you. 245/35 is the correct diameter in 18.

Thanks for the helpful answer rather then being a sarcastic asshole. Personally I think the Street FX 86 looked great with the 19x9.5's on it and I love concaved rims. Unfortunately getting a decent concave on the 86 is difficult as you rather need alot less offset or larger diameter and you still have to buy whats available.
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Thanks for the helpful answer rather then being a sarcastic asshole. Personally I think the Street FX 86 looked great with the 19x9.5's on it and I love concaved rims. Unfortunately getting a decent concave on the 86 is difficult as you rather need alot less offset or larger diameter and you still have to buy whats available.
No problem! Post up some pics when get things installed!
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