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Old 07-20-2022, 09:05 PM   #449
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How much camber? Shave the rear fender?
Light shave on the rear fender, didn't cut any metal. Camber is around ~-2 to -2.5 atm.
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Old 07-21-2022, 12:40 PM   #450
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Light shave on the rear fender, didn't cut any metal. Camber is around ~-2 to -2.5 atm.
If you get a chance, could you share some pics?

I know there are a lot of us that want to get as much tire/wheel under the car as we can (because it looks awesome aside from the cornering benefits) with as little modification as possible.
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Light shave on the rear fender, didn't cut any metal. Camber is around ~-2 to -2.5 atm.
Question for ya. I've seen a few guys saying they running 18x9.5 ET45 with 245/35s and not having to make any mods to the rear fender.

Do you think if yours were +45 instead of +40 you would have still had to shave the fender.

Also what rates are you running? My coils are 7k/8k
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I'm currently looking at 18x8.5 +45 offset. Will these fit on stock suspension on a 2022 BRZ?

I've been getting different answers that less aggressive offsets will hit the strut/spacer. Please advise.
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I'm currently looking at 18x8.5 +45 offset. Will these fit on stock suspension on a 2022 BRZ?

I've been getting different answers that less aggressive offsets will hit the strut/spacer. Please advise.
Yep it'll be completely fine presuming you'll be running 225/40, 235/40 or 235/35 tyres.
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Light shave on the rear fender, didn't cut any metal. Camber is around ~-2 to -2.5 atm.
Any damage like 86 Speed received running a similar config? Seems even if you clear the fender, the inner wall gets hammered.

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Question for ya. I've seen a few guys saying they running 18x9.5 ET45 with 245/35s and not having to make any mods to the rear fender.

Do you think if yours were +45 instead of +40 you would have still had to shave the fender.

Also what rates are you running? My coils are 7k/8k
Haven't had a chance to take my wheels off - I'll try to get a picture next weekend since I need to work on some things.

I've read that people are running 9.5 +45 w/ 245/35 without issues as well, but I can't really answer that for you as I had trimmed my rear fenders before test-fitting my wheels after finding posts on jp twitter.

My current coils are 8k front/10k rear.
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I just fitted rt615k+ 265 35 18 on a 18 9.5 +45Ö.yup lots of rubbing. Lots of modifications to the back fenders. I added a 5 mm spacer to the front but still rub when full lock. Thanks to a dremel and lots of patience I managed to remedy the back with no more rubbing. The new grip is awesome! Iíll probably add a 7mm spacer up front and see if that fixes the rubbing. I previously had 255 ps4s with a 10mm pacer up front with no rubbing.
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Haven't had a chance to take my wheels off - I'll try to get a picture next weekend since I need to work on some things.

I've read that people are running 9.5 +45 w/ 245/35 without issues as well, but I can't really answer that for you as I had trimmed my rear fenders before test-fitting my wheels after finding posts on jp twitter.

My current coils are 8k front/10k rear.
Thanks for the info!

I'm just having a really hard time deciding on what wheels to buy.
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I have Coilovers on the way and will be test fitting 18x10 +40 with a 255/35 once they are installed. I’ll keep this thread updated on how it goes/what’s required

I’ve managed to fit some pretty aggressive wheels and tires on other platforms before and this brz will no be exception
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Currently rocking some 18x8.5 +43 TC105's. Think I'm going to pull the trigger on some 245/35 tires and pray I don't rub. I should be good correct? Currently rocking -2.5 degrees of camber in the rear and almost the same in the front.
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Currently rocking some 18x8.5 +43 TC105's. Think I'm going to pull the trigger on some 245/35 tires and pray I don't rub. I should be good correct? Currently rocking -2.5 degrees of camber in the rear and almost the same in the front.
I have the same wheel, though they are not mounted yet, and from my readings, i am pretty sure they will clear with a 245 without issues. In fact, pretty sure they will clear with just natural rear camber.

There is also this thread that have some pics of the exact setup, though he is running a 225 but it looks like there is plenty of room: https://www*********/threads/simple-...an-build.2847/ Replace ** with GR86 . ORG

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Currently rocking some 18x8.5 +43 TC105's. Think I'm going to pull the trigger on some 245/35 tires and pray I don't rub. I should be good correct? Currently rocking -2.5 degrees of camber in the rear and almost the same in the front.
According to the 2022+ Confirmed fitment group 18x9.5 ET40-45 will fit with a 245/35.

Your 8.5 shouldn't be a problem at all with that size.
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According to the 2022+ Confirmed fitment group 18x9.5 ET40-45 will fit with a 245/35.
Are you sure about this? I think the referenced 86Speed GR (video above) had mentioned that exact spec which require shaving of the rear fender. There are many documented cases where 17x9, +45 is already a VERY tight fit. 17x9.5, +40 is another 11mm poke from that.
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