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rear wheels are basically the same size as stock nismo (19x10.5 +23), and those are sunk as hell. there's plenty of room

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Old 05-03-2018, 05:47 PM   #2611 (permalink)
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rear wheels are basically the same size as stock nismo (19x10.5 +23), and those are sunk as hell. there's plenty of room
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19x12+38 Forgestar F14 (Deep) w/325/30 PSS’s
Wheel is a couple ounces over 28lbs. Pretty Square fitment.



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PSS's must run hella wide

My 315/25 Toyo T1R on 20x12 is not even close to that
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PSS's must run hella wide

My 315/25 Toyo T1R on 20x12 is not even close to that
They Do, the static section width is 13.5" on the 325's & 12.75" on the 305/30/19's.
The 325's are a tick wider than the 345 invo's i ran.
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PSS's must run hella wide

My 315/25 Toyo T1R on 20x12 is not even close to that
You should see the PSS 345's on a 12" rim.
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Thankfully I don't see the need to ever run that much tire unless I'm turbo

Are the track dudes even running that much? Thought they were around 285 near square
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Thinking of doing work T7R 18x10.5 +22 and 18x10.5 +12 with 275/40/18 all the way around. Any issues I could be looking at? I'm lowered on swifts.
Reason for the 10.5 up front is I like the Ultra Deep Concave faces. Thanks.
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^Same. Considering Enkei PF01 Evos in 18x10.5 +22 square.

I could do 9.5/10.5, but wanting a square setup on my 18s if I can. I'm not sure if the front will fit.
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^Same. Considering Enkei PF01 Evos in 18x10.5 +22 square.

I could do 9.5/10.5, but wanting a square setup on my 18s if I can. I'm not sure if the front will fit.
They should fit fine in the front as some run +15 up front. I run +30 on front and rear and 15 mm spacers on the rear. You may want to a 5 or 10 mm spacer on the rear.

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Would like to know if my following wheel possible wheel setups will work and also open to opinions on what you guys think as im not 100% sure what i wanna go with:

First Option: TSW Nurburgring(Matte Black) 19x9.5(Front) and 19x10.5(Rear) on 265/35r19(Front) and 305/30r19(Rear)

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Second Option: Forgestar F14(Also Matte Black) same wheel and tire size
I can pick a custom offset for the Forgestar's so for Front i was thinking maybe something around +12 and for the rear +0. I want the wheels to poke out a tiny bit past the fender to give it a more aggressive look

Idk if it makes a difference but my car is the Black Rose/Black Cherry color and at the moment I dont really track it but I do plan on it

Also theyre both rotary forged so the build quality for the TSW's is not bad

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Assuming you're on coilovers (and if you aren't, you should be)

You should get SPL FUCA and rear arms, giving you full alignment abilitly

then you can get the Forgestars in good offsets

easy specs would be 19x9.5 + 15 and 19x11 +15

if u wanna go more hardcore u can go 19x10 +10 and 19x11 +0
Those specs would probably require a 245 and 285
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Assuming you're on coilovers (and if you aren't, you should be)

You should get SPL FUCA and rear arms, giving you full alignment abilitly

then you can get the Forgestars in good offsets

easy specs would be 19x9.5 + 15 and 19x11 +15

if u wanna go more hardcore u can go 19x10 +10 and 19x11 +0
Those specs would probably require a 245 and 285
No at the moment im on stock suspension but i do plan on getting coilovers after wheels and tires but idk how long itll be until i pull the trigger on that. But once i do get the wheels and tires ill make sure to get the SPL arms with the coilovers so i can have proper adjustment
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get the aggressive specs and sit until you get everything

no point getting crappy sizes that you have to sell after

also: doing it all at once means only one alignment. you need to go to a shop anyways to roll your fenders
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get the aggressive specs and sit until you get everything

no point getting crappy sizes that you have to sell after

also: doing it all at once means only one alignment. you need to go to a shop anyways to roll your fenders


So will I not be able to fit the wheels without coilovers and camber arms. I figured at stock height I wouldn’t need to adjust camber and that I would only need it for when I go lower. Also I didn’t think we needed to roll out fenders for wheels/tires that big since ours are already so spacious
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