Originally Posted by crashcrf
I wanted to run 19x10 wheels all around, they come with a +20 offset
Does anyone know if I can make these work? I plan on having stock suspension or very mild lowering springs. I do not want to roll modify camber.
I think these tires may work: 255-35-19 & 285-35-19
Let me know what you think!
What are you trying to achieve? There isn't much point in running square wheels with staggered tires. Plus a square 10" wheel is aggressive (in the front at least) so why don't you want to add camber? What suspension are you running?
I would suggest 275/30/19 square (allows for tire rotation) or 275/30/19 in the front and 275/35/19 in the rear. I would not stretch a 255/35/19 on a 10" wheel but it could be done. I would also not run wider than 275mm on a 10" wheel but it can be done. I had 295's on 10" wheels and it worked but I did not like the look or the feel.
275's in the front will likely require some negative camber - not a crazy amount but probably more than stock. 275's on a 10" wheel et20 will be very close to rubbing the springs if you have KW coilovers. Stock dampers with lowering springs or OEM springs have more inner clearance therefore you would not have any problems with them.
I currently run 275's on 10" et18 wheels with zero rubbing in the front. I have around -2.0 degrees of camber and KW Clubsports.
You will probably want a 12mm spacer in the rear with 10" et20 and 275's.
Originally Posted by shu5892001
I don't think 285 35 19 will work with a +20 offset in the rear. Offset too low and tire too tall.
I agree 285/35/19 is too tall.
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