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      10-09-2013, 09:57 AM   #1
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Style 359

Hey guys..

Wondering if I can fit rear 9.5 style 359 rims with tires 255/35/19 up front with no clearance issues?

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OEM 359 are 10". OEM 220 are 9.5" for the rears. Are you referring to different knock off 359 wheels? Need offsets for the wheels.
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Avant grade makes 19x10 et 25 or 38..

Would the 19x10 et 25 fit?
I believe the 19x10 et 38 would fit bit I'd have to use spacers to make it flush.. But I want to avoid spacers..
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Avant grade makes 19x10 et 25 or 38..

Would the 19x10 et 25 fit?
I believe the 19x10 et 38 would fit bit I'd have to use spacers to make it flush.. But I want to avoid spacers..
Get OEM ZCP wheels or keep your current OEM wheels. Avant Garde look good but they are a downgrade from OEM. 255's on a 10" wheel doesn't make a lot of sense IMO. I would suggest running 275/30/19's on 10" wheels.

19x10 et25 will fit in the front with 275's as long as you have around -2 degrees of camber. A 5mm spacer will be required if you have KW coilovers. No spacer necessary with lowering springs or any other coilover that doesn't have a helper spring.

Here is another thread where this topic was recently discussed:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=893594
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