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Old 09-19-2016, 11:01 PM   #3235
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how will this fit

17x9+ 30 245/40/17 on swift springs / stock suspension? thx

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Old 09-19-2016, 11:27 PM   #3236
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17x9+ 30 225/40/17 on swift springs / stock suspension? thx
Fits if that tire size even exists.
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my bad 245/40/17 sorry
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my bad 245/40/17 sorry
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Looking at going RB V1.

I want the CR2P's 19"

11 back

10 front

Max camber negative 3

I've been told a variety of offsets and need some help...

Anyone know what my offsets should be for a flush finish
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Looking at going RB V1.

I want the CR2P's 19"

11 back

10 front

Max camber negative 3

I've been told a variety of offsets and need some help...

Anyone know what my offsets should be for a flush finish
I'm going to do this a little different... Let me ask you a a few questions... Are you still looking at going RB V1? Have you installed it? Can you take measurements with your suspension components that allow -3 camber? Have you talked to the wheel manufacture to see what they offer?

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currently have 17x9 +35 with 245/40/17. cusco coilovers (pillowball mount) lowered all the way in he front and only 1/2 inch taller than that in the rear. im looking fo all season tires, found some i like, but im wondering if a 255 width tire will fit without rubbing? anyone with a similar setup that can confirm? ive turned the wheel lock to lock and looked at clearance and it looks prettttty tight. idk. little wider tires couldnt hurt as long as they fit. thanks!
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Old 10-08-2016, 03:11 AM   #3242
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Will 18x9.5 +45 with 265/35R18 rub the rear bumper tab? Tires will be Hankook Ventus V12 which run narrower than most. Lowered 1.4" with -2.5 camber.
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18x9.5 +38
245/40/18 Bridgestone RE71Rs.

Car is bone stock, will not be lowering until early summer 2017.

Question 1: Will it fit stock suspension? No rubs at full lock?
Question 2: Will it fit after 1 inch drop come summer time? (Eibach Pro Kits)
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Old 10-28-2016, 06:19 PM   #3244
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17x8 +35 on coils.
Would 235/45/17 or 235/40/17 be better??
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Old 10-28-2016, 08:46 PM   #3245
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17x9 +35 with a set of 245's. Will it fit with a 1 inch drop or do I need other things for good fitment. Only suspension pieces I have are H&R Super sport springs

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Will 18x9.5 +45 with 265/35R18 rub the rear bumper tab? Tires will be Hankook Ventus V12 which run narrower than most. Lowered 1.4" with -2.5 camber.
I'm on 255/35 on 18x9.5 +35 -2.7 camber and my bumper tabs don't exist anymore. I'm probably lowered about 2 inches.
Compared to your setup, you gain 10mm from the offset but lose 5mm(10mm/2) from the tire. I'd say you will rub.
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18x9.5 +38
245/40/18 Bridgestone RE71Rs.

Car is bone stock, will not be lowering until early summer 2017.

Question 1: Will it fit stock suspension? No rubs at full lock?
Question 2: Will it fit after 1 inch drop come summer time? (Eibach Pro Kits)
1. Not all cars are the same, but you will have about 3-8mm of clearance to the strut or less. A 3-5mm spacer would help.
2. When you drop it, the car will gain camber. That would reduce the clearance. You won't really know until you try it, but it will be less than the 3-8mm mentioned above. I personally wouldn't risk damaging the wheels or getting into a sticky situation. 9.5's don't fit good on stock struts, they either poke or rub or are dangerously close. A 3-5mm spacer would help.

245/40's are for 17's. 40 series is for 225 or 235 on 18's.
245/35 is a much better choice. On 18's you will be a full inch taller than stock.

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17x8 +35 on coils.
Would 235/45/17 or 235/40/17 be better??
Look up the tire you plan to buy and compare it to the stock tire, which is 24.6 diameter(24.7 in other brands). 235/40 is closer to stock, but slightly smaller. 235/45 is a tad tall, but do'able, it's a wrx size. I like a 25inch tire, I'd personally go 245/40(grip) or 225/45(comfort) and lastly 235/40 for a tiny acceleration gain. Depending on the tire and your goals...

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17x9 +35 with a set of 245's. Will it fit with a 1 inch drop or do I need other things for good fitment. Only suspension pieces I have are H&R Super sport springs

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245/40 will fit. Chance you might need a 3-5mm spacer up front due to camber and not all cars are made the same, we are talking a few mm here, maybe about 10mm clearance? Depending on how much clearance you are willing to accept.

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17x9 +35 with a set of 245's. Will it fit with a 1 inch drop or do I need other things for good fitment. Only suspension pieces I have are H&R Super sport springs

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You should have plenty of room, closest point of contact would be your tire to the spring perch. I'm slightly lower in the front with -1.5 camber and I wouldn't want to get any closer than that, same wheel specs and tire width. I've heard tire manufacture measurements can vary but I've ran Falkens and... whatever different tire I'm on now and neither rubbed. I would recommend camber bolts anyways and an alignment to get this dialed in to where you want them.
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You should have plenty of room, closest point of contact would be your tire to the spring perch. I'm slightly lower in the front with -1.5 camber and I wouldn't want to get any closer than that, same wheel specs and tire width. I've heard tire manufacture measurements can vary but I've ran Falkens and... whatever different tire I'm on now and neither rubbed. I would recommend camber bolts anyways and an alignment to get this dialed in to where you want them.
So they dont have the wheels I want, but they have similar size but with a +45 offset, im not too good with offsets so Im not really sure if they fit?. Im reading up on it but if theres any threads out there with info I could use I'd really appreciate a link. Thanks!

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