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Old 01-30-2020, 05:59 PM   #1
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Will it fit? 18x9 +30

Hey all, I want to order a set of Cosmis XT-006R's. Sadly no +35 offset is made. Will I be able to achieve a flush/nearly flush look with these? I was thinking of running them with a 225/40 tire.

Will I be able to get the front to become flush with a little bit of camber?
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Hey all, I want to order a set of Cosmis XT-006R's. Sadly no +35 offset is made. Will I be able to achieve a flush/nearly flush look with these? I was thinking of running them with a 225/40 tire.

Will I be able to get the front to become flush with a little bit of camber?
I am running 18X9 +30 front and 18x9 +27 rear with 245/35/18 front and rear.

This offset wheel will fit with springs and still have room for negative camber. So, unless you have coils, you will also want camber bolts. Are you lowered?

You will want some negative camber in the rear too. You get around -2 rear camber from lowering your car 1" on springs; a good way of adding some. You could also add rear LCA, these will allow you to dial in the negative camber on the left and right sides to be even. (often when lowering , the negative camber achieved is not the same from side to side.)


In this pic; My rear camber is from lowering 1" and my front is from 1 set of camber bolts.


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I will be lowering my car when I do this. I am planning on getting coils, rims and tires all at the same time. The reason I was asking is if I have to add camber to make them fit I will just get coils with camber plates. If not a pair of Tiens will do just fine for me.

Ideally not playing with camber would be nice but these rims are a must so just trying to find an answer!
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I will be lowering my car when I do this. I am planning on getting coils, rims and tires all at the same time. The reason I was asking is if I have to add camber to make them fit I will just get coils with camber plates. If not a pair of Tiens will do just fine for me.

Ideally not playing with camber would be nice but these rims are a must so just trying to find an answer!
Ok. They will fit with 225/40 without front camber, but they will poke. If you are ok with that, cool. If not, a set of camber bolts will provide enough to look great. If you want -3 front or more, you will want coils with camber plates.

Camber bolts are easy to install and only cost $20.

Post pics when you get everything put together. Thanks!
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Agh okay problem solved. I want to stay away from poke especially if its only the front. I found a guy on fitment industries gallery but he was very vague about his set up.

BC Racing coils is the way to go I guess considering the BR series comes with camber plates. Hopefully I can get that lip flush with the fender with minimal camber. From what I've read on forums is +30 offset in that size results in a 5-7mm poke.

The guy I am referring to ran Tien coils with a 225/40 and said he achieved "tucked" fitment but from what I have read online its not really possible to even be flush without camber on that offset.
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