Yes, 215/35 or 40 all around someone can chime in for that, roll your fenders flat. Look for jon on the forums he has a thread running/was running aggressive 17's with just a rollDoes anyone think it's possible to do 17x9 +20 all the way around? Probably with stretched tires and roll?
Are you lowered at all?How come with 18x8 35mm and 18x9 41mm I need to roll fenders. If I would put a 245/40-18 would I really need to roll? How about the 235/40-18?
The company selling the wheel said that they will fit without modifications.
(Depending on how low you want to be run the 35's for lower)Hey guys, I need some advice on how to make these wheels fit correctly. I'm still learning about wheel fitment/tire sizes so bear with me. The wheels are a set of Enkei RPF1s and the sizes are:
FW: 18x8.5 offset 29
RW: 18x9.5 offset 30
What size tire would look/fit the best? Also how hard is it gonna be to make these suckers fit? I am dropped on Tanabe coilovers and am pretty low. (0 finger wheel gap )I know the fenders will definitely need to be rolled but should I expect any other difficulties? Thanks guys any help is appreciated
245/35 is good.Setup: 18x9 +40 in the rear.
is a 255/35 too much tire? i know a roll is in order but should i go down to a 245?
not goin crazy with a stretch, just wanted a wider rim in the rear. i am lowered on Tein SS.
Those will fit fine without modifications. Your car will look like a truck, but they will fit fine.Ok I'm trying to understand this, I have a 02 model stock height, will the following volk's fit:
I'm not looking for staggered, just the same all around. Basically if it will fit without requiring any modifications.
Thank you for your info and help!