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Help on some rim sizes for my 370z

Im looking to get some new wheels for my nissan 370z, i have the touring sport so it comes with the big brakes on it so with these wheels everyone

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Old 07-13-2018, 11:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Im looking to get some new wheels for my nissan 370z, i have the touring sport so it comes with the big brakes on it so with these wheels everyone says im going to have to run spacers for them to pass the brakes. The wheels im looking to run are Leon Hardiritt ordens, 19x10.5 and 19x11.5 with +6 all around. If anyone can help me out with if im going to need spacers and if theyre going to fit perfect on my Z. im looking to maybe get bigger iips but for now im just worrying on the wheels. looking for fender to lip in the end result!! lmk guys thanks
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Sounds like it's a low disc so yes, you'll need spacers. Standard disc up front is best suited for big brake application.
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Here is a good place to start when trying to figure out rim width and offset. Also allows you to plug in tires sizes as well. Input your Current setup and your proposed New setup under the Wheel/Tire Size Comparison and Clearance section.

https://www.customwheeloffset.com/ti...et-calculators
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Maybe these set ups will give you an idea.


KSport AirStruts with Accuair Management, Leon Hardiritt Ordens and misc junk


Leon Hardiritt Orden 19x10.5 +3, 19x11.5 -10, 5x114.3 by Corey L. WheelFlip.com
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Looking at the Leon Hardiritt Orden Size Sheet I do not see those specs:

These are the closest:

19x10.5 +1 Standard Disk (Flat or Stepped Lip)
19x11.5 +1 Standard Disk (Flat or Stepped Lip) OR 19x11.5 +0 Low Disk (Flat Lip Only)
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Size chart:
https://nebula.wsimg.com/c087913582c...&alloworigin=1

Kamispeed is correct - there is no 19x10.5 +6 listed on the chart.

For the front, you will want standard disc for max brake clearance. We're trying to AVOID spacers here.

The closest spec would be 19x10.5 +14 for the standard disc. That's 76mm lip.
The next step up is 19x10.5 +1 which is 87mm lip but that is very aggressive. It is doable, but we're talking a lot of stretch and negative camber. You're already gonna need it for the +14 lip.

In the rear, 19x11.5 +13 (111mm lip) is what i'd pick. Again, you can go the next level up and get more lip with +0 offset but thats more work.


The Hardritt Ordens are a wheel that need a lot of lip to look good imo, so the main takeaway here is:

- theres plenty of aggressive sizing available
- to actually fit them you'll need work
- you MUST get SPL Front upper control arms and the full rear set up because you will be playing with alignment to get it all sorted out
- stretched tire is necessary and the amount of stretch will vary depending how far you wanna push the offsets. I'd start around 245/40 front and 285/35 rear
- coilovers or bags, none of that stock suspension or shock/spring crap here if you're planning on going this route, and i ain't talking about those KW V3 **** that can't go low


These wheels are around $1000 EACH. Thats not cheap - if you're going to get these, get them in aggressive sizing. No sense getting french fries at a fine dining restaurant.
Do it right and get the necessary supporting hardware. SPL arms, professional fender rolling, custom alignment from a shop that does stanced cars
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........ No sense getting french fries at a fine dining restaurant.
Do it right and get the necessary supporting hardware. ...........
but have you ever had fries at maestros...
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