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Wheel Brand/Design: XHP jet blacks (satin black)

Wheel size: 19"

Wheel width: 8.5"

Wheel offset: Front 35

Tire size: 225/35/19

Suspension type: Low as Fook on slide industries coilovers........lipped wheel wells

Feedback: slight rub ove huge bumps

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Wheel brand: Stance sc-6ix Wheel size: 19inch Wheel width: 8.5inch Offset: +28mm allround Tyre pressure: 38psi (not sure if this is suitable) Suspension: BC BR Coilovers withe 250mm extender for

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And for those with 20s that are scraping at big bumpbs, is it scraping from the front or back or both?

My mums Camry runs 20"x8.5", 35 offset with 245/30/20 and king lows (35mm), rear guards rolled. Rubs a little in the rear when cornering hard with two people in the back.

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Hey guys, Im a new member, I need help.

In a couple weeks i'm getting rims and coilovers for my aurion sportivo. Coilovers im getting are Bc Racing from JustJap,

Wheels I want are.. Work Emotion d9r (black) 19 x 8.5 [56mm dish] - [5-100, 5-114.3 / +30, +38, +45] can someone please tell me if this will work well I want the gap between guard and wheel to go, oh and im getting 45 profile tyres. first time buying wheels for myself and coil overs so don't understand it that much lol. Thanks.

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Hey guys, Im a new member, I need help.

In a couple weeks i'm getting rims and coilovers for my aurion sportivo. Coilovers im getting are Bc Racing from JustJap,

Wheels I want are.. Work Emotion d9r (black) 19 x 8.5 [56mm dish] - [5-100, 5-114.3 / +30, +38, +45] can someone please tell me if this will work well I want the gap between guard and wheel to go, oh and im getting 45 profile tyres. first time buying wheels for myself and coil overs so don't understand it that much lol. Thanks.

Hey mate congrats on the new setup. Big fan of emotions.

Firstly I'm assuming you tyre are going to be 245/45/19? As you said the profile will be 45?

This conserns me as the law state You can only be 7% out of your original diameter. Might not be the same there but also your speedo will be out a bit. Say 6/7kph

My old setup was 19x8.5 +35 as above.

Tyre 225/35/19. Kinda similar . If you wanna keep your speedo right and no probs with the PO po I'd suggest going.

245/35/19. Would be very close to your stock diameter.

Can all way punch in the numbers on

http://www.willtheyfit.com/

I had bc as my first set. Didn't rate them much but they are a good started set.

Pm me if you need any help :)

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Wheel Brand/Design: Work VS-XX

Wheel size: 19"

Wheel width: Rears 10 inches! Haven't sorted the fronts yet

Wheel offset: Roughly +36ish

Tire size: 245/35R19

Suspension type: Coiloverz

Feedback:

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