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      11-09-2017, 09:08 AM   #1
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What wheel set up do I need to run a Michelin P4s 295/30/19 in the rear

I am looking to change my wheels but want a set up that will work with Michelin P4s 295/30/19 in rear and 255/35/19 up front. Was hoping for your guys input on offset.

I have a K2 v3 set up. The focus is performance first and looks second and am hoping for a set up with no rubbing.

Right now the car is on informed seneca. No idea on off set but 19x8.5 in front and 19x9.5 in rear from my old E46 M3 11cm spacers up front and 15 in the rear. Continental extreme DW 255/3519 up front and 285/30/19 in rear. Want a change since now I don't daily drive the car and want more of a performance tire and a proper setup. Car is supercharged.
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A 10.5 rear with a 25 offset is a good size. You could go to an 11 rear if you want the tire to look different on the rim.
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A 10.5 rear with a 25 offset is a good size. You could go to an 11 rear if you want the tire to look different on the rim.
This is very helpful. I don't want any rubbing. Would u recommend an 11 on rear or 10.5?
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This is very helpful. I don't want any rubbing. Would u recommend an 11 on rear or 10.5?
I would go the 10.5 route if you want to play on the safe side and have a little more freedom on tire profiles and sizes.
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19X10 front and 19X11 rear with a 275/30/19 and a 295/30/19. Why would you want to run a 255 up front with a 295 rear? OEM has just a 20mm stagger and I would try to keep as close to that as possible. My setup

19X10 and 19X11 both ET25 with Mich PSS 275/30/19 and 295/30/19.





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19X10 front and 19X11 rear with a 275/30/19 and a 295/30/19. Why would you want to run a 255 up front with a 205 rear? OEM has just a 20mm stagger and I would try to keep as close to that as possible. My setup

19X10 and 19X11 both ET25 with Mich PSS 275/30/19 and 295/30/19.





That looks great! What RIMs?
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That looks great! What RIMs?
VMR V810s flow-formed wheels.

19X10 23lbs. and 19X11 24.7lbs. both ET25

Thanks for the kind words!!
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VMR V810s flow-formed wheels.

19X10 23lbs. and 19X11 24.7lbs. both ET25

Thanks for the kind words!!
Any spacers? Suspension mods? I want to go to those sizes wheels but would like to stay stock.

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That looks great! What RIMs?
awesome set up. Thank you for the input.
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Any spacers? Suspension mods? I want to go to those sizes wheels but would like to stay stock.
OEM ZCP, no spacers.
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OEM ZCP, no spacers.
Great! Thanks for sharing!
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19X10 front and 19X11 rear with a 275/30/19 and a 295/30/19. Why would you want to run a 255 up front with a 295 rear? OEM has just a 20mm stagger and I would try to keep as close to that as possible. My setup

19X10 and 19X11 both ET25 with Mich PSS 275/30/19 and 295/30/19.





Looks about same as mine Dave, using the same tires sizes on my BBS CH-R 19s
with 12mm spacers fronts and 15mm spacers rears. BBS CHR runs a bit wider than ZCP. No Rubbing and Thugs, perfect!
I love to twik it a bit with 10mm fronts and 12mm rears, to play with the ride tuning
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