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Old 12-27-2016, 02:08 PM   #3277
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Thanks. If I only have budget for one, should I get the front camber plates or the LCA?

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If you have v3's you probably are more track oriented, so I would get front camber plates and camber bolts. And then eventually lca when you want to dial out some rear camber.
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Will this fit? (width, offset and tire size Qs)

Hey everyone ! I would like some info in regards to fitting 265 35 18 square. I have done some reading , but haven't seen a definitive answer so here I am.

Currently I have te37rt 18x10 +44 with kw v3 and whiteline camber bolts with 245 40 18 rs3.

What will be required and how much camber is required for the 265 35 18? I'm assuming camber plates along with possible 5mm spacers up front ? I have heard -3*up front and about -1.5-1.8 * in the rear , but I'd like some actual feedback from people that have made it fit.


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Old 12-28-2016, 08:45 AM   #3279
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How safe i can go respecting to wheel width using 215 tires? 8.25?
Mind you the tires are hankook ventus evo2
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Will 18x8" ET 22 wrapped in 225/40R18 rear and 18x8" ET 35 wrapped in 225/40R18 fit without rubbing? Im lowered on JDM TRD adjustable coilovers

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Need some advice with fitment:

I'm running TRD adjustable coilovers (MS260-18001) and the springs that came with them. I'm currently sitting on 18x9.5 +40 offset wheels with 245/35/18 tires and a 15mm drop with mild alignment settings (-0.6 f/-1.8 r) and want to upgrade to a 265/35/18 size tire.

The springs on the coilovers are wide and are the same size as OEM/Bilsteins (90mm) so I'm concerned with clearance and am trying to figure out what size spacer I'll need, if at all, to avoid rubbing both inside and out. I'm planning on running a much more aggressive alignment setting in the future for events with whereabouts max (-2.5 f/-2.0 r). The spring tapers downward to 60mm where the strut perch is and I can squeeze a finger between my current tire and the huge springs at full lock. At the moment I only have camber bolts in the front but I'm planning on buying camber plates to hopefully add some more flexibility with this fitment. Any suggestions on how I can make this work?
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Old 01-20-2017, 08:02 PM   #3282
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Will 18x8" ET 22 wrapped in 225/40R18 rear and 18x8" ET 35 wrapped in 225/40R18 fit without rubbing? Im lowered on JDM TRD adjustable coilovers

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That would probably greatly depend on how low you adjust your jdm trd coilovers.
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Hey everyone ! I would like some info in regards to fitting 265 35 18 square. I have done some reading , but haven't seen a definitive answer so here I am.

Currently I have te37rt 18x10 +44 with kw v3 and whiteline camber bolts with 245 40 18 rs3.

What will be required and how much camber is required for the 265 35 18? I'm assuming camber plates along with possible 5mm spacers up front ? I have heard -3*up front and about -1.5-1.8 * in the rear , but I'd like some actual feedback from people that have made it fit.


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I made a quick impulse buy yesterday. I couldn't find too many other posts with these sizes, so I'll post up here (if its OK) so that you can hopefully find it when googling the same thing.

All 4 are the same: 18x8.5 +35 offset

Tires are: 225/45/R18

The 45 tire is pretty meaty. Most people get 35 or 40. I wanted to avoid lowering the car...but ya...that didn't work lol. The new setup is an inch/inch and a half overall bigger than stock. This will affect the speedometer. The road is a bit more comfortable.

I don't know what will happen when I lower it. It is obviously at stock height.

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Will a 235/40-18 Bridgestone RE-71R fit on my 18"x8.5" +42 RAYS 57Xtreme wheels without rubbing? My car sits one inch lower than OEM on MCS coilovers with 8K Swift springs square at all corners and was built mainly as an extreme road toy. Is this the tire size you guys would recommend, or is there another size that makes more sense (maybe a 225/45-18 or 245/40-18)? Of the available sizes for the RE-71R, the 235/40-18 seems to offer most footprint with the least increase in diameter, but maybe I'm missing something and I need a little guidance before I pull the trigger on tires in a few days.

Basically, I'm looking for feedback on tire size and confirmation that I won't have any problems with rubbing or fitment in general. Thanks for the help in advance!
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That would probably greatly depend on how low you adjust your jdm trd coilovers.
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Went for ET 30 for the rears instead, but O-disk so still get that deep dish look.

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18x9.5 et38 with 255/35/18 can be fit without coils? I'm worried it'll rub the spring. If it'll fit how much camber can I get away with?




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Will the Michelin Pilot Sport SS 215/45ZR17 fit with Enkei 17" x 7.5"s? Stock everything.
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Old 02-01-2017, 02:29 AM   #3289
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Will a 235/40-18 Bridgestone RE-71R fit on my 18"x8.5" +42 RAYS 57Xtreme wheels without rubbing? My car sits one inch lower than OEM on MCS coilovers with 8K Swift springs square at all corners and was built mainly as an extreme road toy. Is this the tire size you guys would recommend, or is there another size that makes more sense (maybe a 225/45-18 or 245/40-18)? Of the available sizes for the RE-71R, the 235/40-18 seems to offer most footprint with the least increase in diameter, but maybe I'm missing something and I need a little guidance before I pull the trigger on tires in a few days.

Basically, I'm looking for feedback on tire size and confirmation that I won't have any problems with rubbing or fitment in general. Thanks for the help in advance!
You are fine. The tire choices would be 225/40, 235/40, 245/35. 45 series is for 17inch wheels.
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18x9.5 et38 with 255/35/18 can be fit without coils? I'm worried it'll rub the spring. If it'll fit how much camber can I get away with?
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Mixed answer. Some have fit it, some say it rubs. Every car is slightly different. You can't fit 9.5's or 255's on stock suspension easily. Clearances will be around 3-5mm or less to the spring perch. Won't really have much room to add negative camber.
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