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post #71 of 81 Old 11-11-2010, 03:59 PM
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I cannot wait to upgrade to wider rears, 8k on the back... Street driving as well. I didn't buy the car just because i liked the way it looked
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so guYs! I want to buy some sexiest wheels in nearest future! I have tyre 245/35 and 275/30 R19! which ET i should have without rolling my fenders. Soon i will buy KW Coilovers))
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so guYs! I want to buy some sexiest wheels in nearest future! I have tyre 245/35 and 275/30 R19! which ET i should have without rolling my fenders. Soon i will buy KW Coilovers))
Below are a few possibilities from Discount Tire Direct's fitment guide. I would recommend 8.5" front +35 - +52 and 9.5" rear +45 - +65 if you never plan to go wider than 245 and 275. If you might want to go wider, go with 9.0" front +41 - +46 and 10" rear +52 - +65. If you went with a 9" front and 10" rear you could run 255 and 295 in the future.

FRONT
8.0 +29/+59 225/235/245
8.5 +35/+52 235/245/255
9.0 +41/+46 245/255/265

REAR
9.0 +39/+65 245/255/265
9.5 +45/+65 255/265/275
10.0 +52/+65 265/275/285

2008 Lexus IS F - SGM - JoeZ intake pipe, Tom's filter, Borla catback exhaust, 30% tint all around, 245/35R19 and 275/30R19 Continental DWS tires
2006 Honda CBR1000RR - Akrapovic Evolution Line Race Exhaust, BMC Race Air Filters, Vortec Rear Sets, Bazzaz Tuner, Dyno Mapped
2000 Honda S2000 (Sold and missed)- AP2 in an AP1, BC coilovers, Prodrive monoblock forged wheels, etc.

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thanks a lot)) but if i will have 9 front and 10 rear with 295/30 should i roll my fenders or this size will be ok?
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i run 275/30/19 on the stock rear rim with a 1.2 drop on Eibach springs, I have my fenders rolled and have plenty of clearance about 1 inch. i will be switching to 20 inch rims when these tires are worn out....shouldn't be long now!!!
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who have pics with 19 wheels 245/35 ET +41 and 275/30 ET +52?
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I'm not an offset expert, but as long as you get the right offset, you could run 295/30R19 tires on the rear without trimming with a 10" or 10.5" rim. I didn't recommend a 10.5" rear to you in the previous post because I personally think a 275 would look absolutely retarded on it (I HATE the stretched look).

Probably the best setup for a street ISF is 19x9 fronts and 19x10.5 rears, running 255/35R19 and 295/30R19 tires. I'm just personally sick of seeing so many ISFs out there running heavy 20x11 rears and only putting a 285mm tire on it.

2008 Lexus IS F - SGM - JoeZ intake pipe, Tom's filter, Borla catback exhaust, 30% tint all around, 245/35R19 and 275/30R19 Continental DWS tires
2006 Honda CBR1000RR - Akrapovic Evolution Line Race Exhaust, BMC Race Air Filters, Vortec Rear Sets, Bazzaz Tuner, Dyno Mapped
2000 Honda S2000 (Sold and missed)- AP2 in an AP1, BC coilovers, Prodrive monoblock forged wheels, etc.

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what can you say about this size?
1)
20x9 - +38 - 245-30-20
20x10.5 - +45 - 275-25-20

2)
20x9 - +38 - 245-35-20
20x10.5 - +45 - 275-30-20

3)
19x9 - +38 - 245-35-19
19x10.5 - +45 - 275-30-19
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Front should be fine, rear may need shaving/rolling the fenders

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Front should be fine, rear may need shaving/rolling the fenders
but if it will be 19x9 - +38 - 245-35-19
19x10 - +45 - 275-30-19???????
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