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Old 02-22-2022, 08:54 PM   #4439
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Does anyone run staggered tire sizes on a square wheel set? For handling? For looks? Found a deal on a set of new tires and was just going to grab them for the rears (245/35/18). But thought about running the 225/40/18 up front.

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Old 03-20-2022, 07:32 AM   #4440
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18x8.5 et 30

How much of an issue would these be with 245 40 18. Listed on the tirerack as a fit but I have serious doubts.

Factory suspension camber bolts and -1.5 camber up front.

2019 BRZ with the brembo brakes.

Search revealed one with the same specs and it poked quite a bit.

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How much of an issue would these be with 245 40 18. Listed on the tirerack as a fit but I have serious doubts.

Factory suspension camber bolts and -1.5 camber up front.

2019 BRZ with the brembo brakes.

Search revealed one with the same specs and it poked quite a bit.

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What suspension are you planning on using? Stock or coilovers, springs...? If you plan on using Coilovers yes it will fit. That is a pretty low offset and will push the wheel out so if you do have rubbing it will be on the fenders. But if you use camber bolts that will help tuck the wheel in.
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What suspension are you planning on using? Stock or coilovers, springs...? If you plan on using Coilovers yes it will fit. That is a pretty low offset and will push the wheel out so if you do have rubbing it will be on the fenders. But if you use camber bolts that will help tuck the wheel in.
Planning on stock for now. Thanks. Will maybe roll the dice and order them
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Old 03-21-2022, 05:47 PM   #4443
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Planning on stock for now. Thanks. Will maybe roll the dice and order them
Oh yeah that will fit stock, but yes you will have a lot of poke. Id wait till you drop the car a bit or get wheels with a less aggressive offset .
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Why 245/40? 245/35 is near identical to stock rolling diamů.
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Hi guys wondering if 18 x 10.5 + 22 all around with 255/35 front and 265/35 rear will fit flush? I know u must run spacers with this setup, but does anyone know how big of spacers?

He is running this exact setup but I don’t know how big of spacers he uses https://ibb.co/9bZZY5f
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After going through these pages I’ve learned a lot!!!
I am currently on stock suspension with no modifications on my 13 BRZ.
Just bought some Option Labs R716 18x9.5 +35 offset.
Looking to run them on 255/35/18 Firehawks Indy 500
Will these fit on stock suspension? After reading I know 38 offset will rub strut, but hopeful I’ll be ok with 35 offset
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After going through these pages I’ve learned a lot!!!
I am currently on stock suspension with no modifications on my 13 BRZ.
Just bought some Option Labs R716 18x9.5 +35 offset.
Looking to run them on 255/35/18 Firehawks Indy 500
Will these fit on stock suspension? After reading I know 38 offset will rub strut, but hopeful I’ll be ok with 35 offset
Yes they will fit on stock suspension, but its gonna be really close in the front. Also, you should probably get some coilovers and lower it those wheels are gonna poke with stock suspension and wont look good, but to each their own.

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Yes they will fit on stuck suspension, but its gonna be really close in the front. Also, you should probably get some coilovers and lower it those wheels are gonna poke with stock suspension and wont look good, but to each their own.
Thanks for letting me know, lowering the car will be my next project but for now this all I can afford. Maybe in 3-4 months.
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Thanks for letting me know, lowering the car will be my next project but for now this all I can afford. Maybe in 3-4 months.
Sure np, if you do end up getting that wheel and tire spec. id just going with coilovers so you dont have to worry about clearance issues, just fyi.

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going crazy reading hundreds of posts, so thought would ask here.

Looking at Rota Titan R's in Matt Bronze. In Australia, these only come in 17x9 +38
Car will be on stock suspension, might later on go with TRD lowering springs at most. No plans for coil overs/camber etc

First question is, will these sit flush, and then whats the best size tires to make sure no clearance issues and no negative impact on drivability. Both on stock suspension and if i go with lowering springs down the line?

Or Rota also do the Titan F here in a 17x8 +42. Is that a better size?

Only difference between Titan F and R from what i can gather is more aggressive spoke angle on the R and different sizes
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going crazy reading hundreds of posts, so thought would ask here.

Looking at Rota Titan R's in Matt Bronze. In Australia, these only come in 17x9 +38
Car will be on stock suspension, might later on go with TRD lowering springs at most. No plans for coil overs/camber etc

First question is, will these sit flush, and then whats the best size tires to make sure no clearance issues and no negative impact on drivability. Both on stock suspension and if i go with lowering springs down the line?

Or Rota also do the Titan F here in a 17x8 +42. Is that a better size?

Only difference between Titan F and R from what i can gather is more aggressive spoke angle on the R and different sizes
17x9 +38 will fit just fine on stock suspension and lowering springs. Yes it will be just about flush if you lower the car 1" with the TRD springs. If you dont get that lowering springs then that will poke a bit. The tires you can use are 245/40/17. If you dont plan on lowering the car then 17x8 +42 might be a better choice.
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