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Originally Posted by OptionZero Anything 9.5 in the 20ish range and 10.5 in the +12 range should be the standard aftermarket fitment. Not aggressive, but not crappy lookin, fits plenty

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Old 03-25-2019, 10:26 AM   #2806 (permalink)
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Anything 9.5 in the 20ish range and 10.5 in the +12 range should be the standard aftermarket fitment. Not aggressive, but not crappy lookin, fits plenty of tire, easy to find and doesn't need much

but i wish more would step up to 10.5 +22 and 20 +20 in the rear, which just looks better
Are you saying run a 20" wheel in the back? or just +20 offset on the 19x10.5?

I do want as aggressive a look as I can, though I plan on running stock suspension for some time (gotta love living the city of potholes).
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Old 03-25-2019, 11:21 AM   #2807 (permalink)
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He probably meant a 12 +20... but I'd definitely tell you to run a 19/20 stagger, I think it looks amazing (although I'm biased lol)
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We need help please, about to grab a set of ferrada f8fr5 for a friends 16 nismo. he's going to be on airlift suspension. not trying to push the limits here, just a nice fitment with no rubbing.
I understand offsets but it's still confusing to me. Here are the options we have

Front in 20x10 offsets available: +25/+40/+45
Back in 20x11 offsets available: +28/+50

Any inputs and pictures are very appreciated before we pull the trigger and pay for international shipping then regret it

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Old 04-07-2019, 05:30 PM   #2809 (permalink)
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We need help please, about to grab a set of ferrada f8fr5 for a friends 16 nismo. he's going to be on airlift suspension. not trying to push the limits here, just a nice fitment with no rubbing.
I understand offsets but it's still confusing to me. Here are the options we have

Front in 20x10 offsets available: +25/+40/+45
Back in 20x11 offsets available: +28/+50

Any inputs and pictures are very appreciated before we pull the trigger and pay for international shipping then regret it
Unsure about air suspension or desired ride height; what’s his desired camber-
As on stock suspension-the +40’s on front are 2mm further in than my +38/19x10’s w/285/35’s
He’s probably gonna sit lower & have more than oe negative camber...so the +25’s on Front should go (pending tire size)
Those rear offsets aren’t a good choice....the +28/20x11” would be near flush with a camber setting of (0*)....so they wouldn’t mesh with the fronts.
The +40/+28 combo with very little negative camber would be the most even fitment without spacers- otherwise you’re gonna need spacers out back.
What tire size?
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We need help please, about to grab a set of ferrada f8fr5 for a friends 16 nismo. he's going to be on airlift suspension. not trying to push the limits here, just a nice fitment with no rubbing.
I understand offsets but it's still confusing to me. Here are the options we have

Front in 20x10 offsets available: +25/+40/+45
Back in 20x11 offsets available: +28/+50

Any inputs and pictures are very appreciated before we pull the trigger and pay for international shipping then regret it
Do they offer a 20x12?
Best thing is to install air suspension & get desired ride height,,,then use spacers with factory wheels to push wheels out to likings...then shop for wheels with the specs that are equivalent to oem/spacers
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You can fudge up & blow $$$$$ quickly with bad offsets & tires.
Here’s 19x10/19x12’s with +38 on both...285/35,345/30 Nitto Invo’s with (-1.0 camber) on all 4 corners....stock base suspension.
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All of those sizes are pretty conservative

I mean, you're shelling money for air suspension and you're gonna run wheels that would be pretty weak for a simple static setup

20x10 +25 and 20x11 +28 is the best those wheels come in? you should be looking at different wheels

you already dropping money for air, get the adjustable arms and something 3 piece with way more aggressive specs
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Look at user DPE_G in the build section

He has air and he's running 20x9.5 +17 and 20x11 +0
Room to spare
He had airlift
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They offer it in 12 +21 do you think it would fit nicely?
I like the idea of putting the air suspension on first then set the ride height he wants the car to sit at and see from there with the proper alignment. He mainly wants the car to be flush at the driving height where he will mostly be at not when the car is aired out.

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It's not me it's my pals car. he's got spl parts with the airlift so that should be good. I agree with you on custom wheels but he doesn't seem to like the idea. anyway, we will see after installing the suspension I guess. I know DPEs z its sick.

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They offer it in 12 +21 do you think it would fit nicely?
I like the idea of putting the air suspension on first then set the ride height he wants the car to sit at and see from there with the proper alignment. He mainly wants the car to be flush at the driving height where he will mostly be at not when the car is aired out.

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It's not me it's my pals car. he's got spl parts with the airlift so that should be good. I agree with you on custom wheels but he doesn't seem to like the idea. anyway, we will see after installing the suspension I guess. I know DPEs z its sick.

Thanks, everyone for your input its much appreciated.
Compared to the car I posted; That would be just 13mm further out on the front & 17mm further out on the rear (with the +25 10’s & +21 12’s)....sounds more doable & probably around (-2.0’ish camber).
OptionZero has good knowledge on the more aggressive wheel fitment.
List tire sizes...& good luck if you wing it
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Just be sure you have room for the backside of those wheels with your air suspension,
The 20x12+21’s have 7.33” backspacing....tire width & diameter will be just as important.
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This is DPE_G's car on airlift suspension, 20x9.5 +17 and 20x12 +0
His thread says he's at -2 camber all around, which sounds right to me

Thats a massive amount of space, particularly when aired out when there is even more clearance.

Tell your friend he's an idiot if he's gonna cheap out and get crappy wheels after putting in all the cash and time and money in his suspension

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OZ knows his aggressive fitment setups & bags are no different...unsure if your partner gonna stretch 255/35,305/30’s & stay in the 27” range or go beefier w/275/30,325/25’s...can make a huge difference- but I’d install suspension first & then play around with some test fit wheels...too much investment to “Pith” it away on poor offsets
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Ok first post here. I've committed to the Konig Hypergrams. Wheel fitment is my achilles heel so I need some help.

2014 touring base. Stock suspension.

1. Am I going to need to run any spacers?
2. Will it clear sport brakes (I have base brakes but looking to upgrade soon).

F 18x8.5 + 35. 245/45/18
R 18.9.5 + 25. 275/40/18
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Ok first post here. I've committed to the Konig Hypergrams. Wheel fitment is my achilles heel so I need some help.

2014 touring base. Stock suspension.

1. Am I going to need to run any spacers?
2. Will it clear sport brakes (I have base brakes but looking to upgrade soon).

F 18x8.5 + 35. 245/45/18
R 18.9.5 + 25. 275/40/18
Go wider, by an inch front and back. If you want the best handle IMHO go 10.5" square.

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