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      02-01-2012, 06:07 PM   #1
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Forgestar F14s in 19X10 and 19X11

What offsets would you recommend for a 275/30/19 front and 295/30/19 rear or possibly a 305/30/19, I am considering a 19X10 ET25 and 19X11 ET25 as well. Any help greatly appreciated.

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I'm just put on HRE P40S in 19 x 9.5 ET25 and 19 x 11 ET28 on Michelin PSS 275/30 and 295/30. Rears are absolutely perfect with no rubbing. On the fronts I'm getting the slightest rub on full lock on the inner fender liner. Plenty of room on the front fender liner. No issues at all on both for fender rubbing or clearance. Also tried a 5mm spacer on the front with the same result.

E92 stock ZCP suspension.

From all the reading an research I did on this forum I think most went with ET28-31 for the rears and ET20-25 in the front.

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I'm just put on HRE P40S in 19 x 9.5 ET25 and 19 x 11 ET28 on Michelin PSS 275/30 and 295/30. Rears are absolutely perfect with no rubbing. On the fronts I'm getting the slightest rub on full lock on the inner fender liner. Plenty of room on the front fender liner. No issues at all on both for fender rubbing or clearance. Also tried a 5mm spacer on the front with the same result.

E92 stock ZCP suspension.
I'm in for pictures.....I'm going to be doing this exact set up................Phil
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I'm in for pictures.....I'm going to be doing this exact set up................Phil
Your gonna love them. The quality and detail on the HRE P40S (mine are brushed tinted clear- highly recommended!!) must been seen in person to fully appreciate it. Exceeded all my expectations.


Dave- I hope you don't mind the pictures in your thread, if so I'll remove them.










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Your gonna love them. The quality and detail on the HRE P40S (mine are brushed tinted clear- highly recommended!!) must been seen in person to fully appreciate it. Exceeded all my expectations.


Dave- I hope you don't mind the pictures in your thread, if so I'll remove them.
Wheels look great .......I'll be using my 359's with the PSS. Have you noticed a big difference in ride quality? And what solution are you planning for the slight liner rub up front................Phil
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Your gonna love them. The quality and detail on the HRE P40S (mine are brushed tinted clear- highly recommended!!) must been seen in person to fully appreciate it. Exceeded all my expectations.


Dave- I hope you don't mind the pictures in your thread, if so I'll remove them.










No problem, just wish you used a better camera..
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Here is my F14 setup.

No spacers, GC plates and springs 10mm lower than comp pkg.
No rubbing unless on edc comfort, passengers and cornering hard but even then it's a mild rub.

Front:
19x9 +20 w/ Michelin PSS 275/30/19

Rear:
19x11 +32 w/ Michelin PSS 295/30/19





Rear:


Front:


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The above setup will work fine on the car if you're looking for an aggressive look. What is typically recommended is the 19x9.0 with a 245/35/19 up front and the 19x11 with a 305/30/19 in the rear. Here are a couple pictures of the recommended setup for you to check out!






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