Jump to content

All Encompassing Wheel Size & Offset Thread


Recommended Posts

Japan Racing JR 3

Front 18" 9J ET 15

Rear 18" 10J ET 25

 

Tyres Hankook Ventus S-1 Evo 2 K117

Front 245/40 18 97 Y

Rear 265/40 18 101Y

Not lowered

Standard camber

No spacers required

IMG_5604_zps9ewtniwm.jpgIMG_5603_zpsc1fphuej.jpg

Edited by Zedrock
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 4 months later...
  • Replies 59
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

Wheel Size - F:19x9.5 R:19x10.5 Offset (front & rear) - ET20 Tyre Size - 245/35 - 275/35 Lowered - Teins (14/17mm) Spacer sized if used - N/A Arch work if necessary - N/A Rear Camber - 1.5 d

Wheel Size: 9.5 x 18 fronts 10 x 18 rears Offset (front & rear): ET12 Tyre Size: 245/35/18 fronts 265/35/18 rears Lowered: -30mm on Apex springs Spacer sized if used: 3mm on fronts to clear Br

-panasport c5c2 18x10 -12 18x11 -12   - hankook rs3's 285/35 and 255/35  

Posted Images

Wheels jr11 hyper black

 

Wheel size 18 x 9.5 & 18 x 10.5

Offset ET22

Tyre size front 255/40/18 & rear 275/40/18

Lowered on tien s springs

Spacer 5mm on front to clear calipers

edc89b3ac9689d7315daabc73b7a0fb4.jpgfd3774b1766e49c0d50e763d0fccead2.jpg

Edited thanks Paul. 😊

 

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Edited by Andy_Muxlow
  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 1 month later...

Wheel Size - 19 * 9.5/10.5 Volk CE28n

Offset (front & rear) +22 all round

Tyre Size 255/35 & 285/35

Lowered Cusco Zero 2 coilovers

Arch work if necessary - Arches rolled

Rear Camber - A bit

 

DSC_02072.jpg

 

DSC_3682Custom.jpg

 

Wheel Size - 18* 9.5/10.5 Enkei RPF1

Offset (front & rear) +15 all round

Tyre Size 245/45 & 275/45

Lowered Cusco Street Zero Coilovers

Arch work if necessary - Needs a Roll

Rear Camber - Unsure but had cusco adjustable arms fitted

 

IMG_2737_zpssoaszdyq.jpg

 

IMG_2734_zpshricszym.jpg

 

IMG_2741_zpsksgqxxry.jpg

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi All,

 

I am considering a new set of wheels; fancy a change. Maybe some Work's...M1R :cloud9: Would somebody be able to ease my concerns or offer assistance surrounding the dreaded offsets; I believe the following specs should fit? :wacko:

 

Front

19 x 9.5J +ET20 with a 245 tyre

 

Rear

19x 10.5J +ET20 with a 275 tyre.

 

I am after an aggressive yet realistic set up. The Zed has had a number of suspension upgrades and I am not averse to minor arch modifications. What I must bear in mind is that I have an Akebono set up and I want to avoid spacers.

 

Any help woud be greatly apprecited. My build thread can be found here should it help;

http://www.350z-uk.com/topic/83318-ceejays-jdm-and-bay-let-the-fun-begin/page__st__140

 

:)

Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi All,

 

I am considering a new set of wheels; fancy a change. Maybe some Work's...M1R :cloud9: Would somebody be able to ease my concerns or offer assistance surrounding the dreaded offsets; I believe the following specs should fit? :wacko:

 

Front

19 x 9.5J +ET20 with a 245 tyre

 

Rear

19x 10.5J +ET20 with a 275 tyre.

 

I am after an aggressive yet realistic set up. The Zed has had a number of suspension upgrades and I am not averse to minor arch modifications. What I must bear in mind is that I have an Akebono set up and I want to avoid spacers.

 

Any help woud be greatly apprecited. My build thread can be found here should it help;

http://www.350z-uk.com/topic/83318-ceejays-jdm-and-bay-let-the-fun-begin/page__st__140

 

:)

 

 

Are you looking for a flush or stretched look?

Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks Steveo; +8 sounds aggressive? I presume worse case scenario at +15 I could inlude a 5mm spacer to achieve +10? ideally want to get it bang on.

 

Also, do people vary front and rear offsets or opt for the same all round?

Link to post
Share on other sites

I was kind of hoping this thread would be for examples and info so members could work out what works and what doesnt and give them the confidence to get it right, not fitment queries.

 

Could we try to keep it as intended please guys :)

 

Its also a bit of a shame that 2 pages is as good as it gets with all of the members running nice rims :(

Edited by Jetpilot
Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks Steveo; +8 sounds aggressive? I presume worse case scenario at +15 I could inlude a 5mm spacer to achieve +10? ideally want to get it bang on.

 

Also, do people vary front and rear offsets or opt for the same all round?

 

There customs made wheels don't run spacers just get them in right offset

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

To try and get the post back on track.

 

OEM 370 Wheels:

 

Fronts: 19x9 +47

Rears: 19x10 +30

 

Tyres: Bridgestone Potenza RE050A (Currently OEM)

F: P245/40R19

R: P275/35R19

 

Lowerd -30mm on Eibach Pro Springs

Standard camber

20mm Spacer on Front to clear Brembo's

no Arch work required

 

NOTE: You MUST have the orginal OEM 370 Wheel nuts - No others will do

 

3701.jpg

 

37012.jpg

 

3703.jpg

 

3704.jpg

Link to post
Share on other sites

Japan Racing JR18

 

Wheel Size 19x 11 & 19 x 9.5

Offset (front & rear) rear 22 front 20

Tyre Size 275/35 rear & 235/35 fronts

Lowered Eibach Pro Springs

Spacer sized if used na

Arch work if necessary Rolled rears

Rear Camber -1

 

nero%20350z%203_zps50k2jnos.jpg

 

nero%20350z%202_zpssa5kqiam.jpg

 

Nero%20350z%201_zpszuw4vljm.jpg

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Niche Targa M129 - Anthracite

 

IMG_20161224_153204_zpstondpi1o.jpg

 

IMG_20161224_153249_zpsnnkvtjka.jpg

 

350zwheels_zpsay01iuqc.jpg

 

Wheel Size:

19 x 8.5 Fronts

19 x 10 Rears

 

Offset (front & rear):

+25 Front

+25 Rear

 

Tyre Size:

Michelin Pilot Super Sports 245/35/19 Fronts

Michelin Pilot Super Sports 275/35/19 Rears

 

Lowered:

Stock Height

 

Spacer sized if used:

No Spacers Required

 

Arch work if necessary:

None Required

 

Rear Camber:

Stock

  • Like 3
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 3 weeks later...
  • 3 weeks later...

 

For anyone really struggling to find you right size wheels to buy this link might be handy.

http://www.willtheyfit.com/index.php?width=235&aspect=50&diameter=17&wheelwidth=7.5&offset=30&width2=275&aspect2=40&wheel_size=18&wheel_width=10-5&offset2=15

 

You basically type in your existing tyre size and wheels size details and your new wheel and tyre size details and it shows you stuff like arch gap loss, how much more poke you will have, even how much your speedo will be effected!

 

I've attached a picture of a standard 350z wheel and tyre size with what people normally tend to run after market. :)

post-28856-0-70142000-1486040250_thumb.png

post-28856-0-12714500-1486040272_thumb.png

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 2 months later...

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


×
×
  • Create New...