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Old 03-19-2012, 08:11 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

Could a 9.5 in. Wheel go in the front with a +35 offset that won't stick out or rub?
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:28 PM   #2
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Default Re: Could you run a 9.5 wheel in the front?

I think so, may be wrong..but you might have to roll your fenders

It also depends on if your lowered or not
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:46 PM   Thread Starter #3
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Default Re: Could you run a 9.5 wheel in the front?

Alright thanks, I might just go with a 8.5 instead. Don't feel like rolling my fenders

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Default Re: Could you run a 9.5 wheel in the front?

Yes you can, it will be flush.
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Default Re: Could you run a 9.5 wheel in the front?

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Don't feel like rolling my genders
TMI bro ...
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Default Re: Could you run a 9.5 wheel in the front?

Of course
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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

You can't roll the front fenders, there's nothing to roll. My next setup is gonna be 20x9.5 +30 in the front

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Default Re: Could you run a 9.5 wheel in the front?

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TMI bro ...

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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

What about a 18x9 +20 lowered like 1 inch with stock 245-45. Will they fit?
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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

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What about a 18x9 +20 lowered like 1 inch with stock 245-45. Will they fit?
Im not an expert in this,but I dont think so.
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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

Originally Posted by Safiloo1 View Post
What about a 18x9 +20 lowered like 1 inch with stock 245-45. Will they fit?
Flush is +30 offset with any ?x9" wheel. A +20 offset will stick out half an inch.
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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

YES IT WORKS AND YOU DONT HAVE TO ROLL YOUR FENDER, i have 370z rims and its fine
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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

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YES IT WORKS AND YOU DONT HAVE TO ROLL YOUR FENDER, i have 370z rims and its fine
Pics please?
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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

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Pics please?
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Default Re: Could You Run A 9.5 Wheel In The Front?

Originally Posted by kylepie24 View Post
YES IT WORKS AND YOU DONT HAVE TO ROLL YOUR FENDER, i have 370z rims and its fine
The 370z Sport Wheels Specs:

19 x 9 +47
19 x 10 +30

They're nowhere near +20. If you're using 19's, the front (20x9) will stick in WAY too much, and the rear will stick out way too much for your Maxima. The most you can do on a 10" wheel is a +35 offset, on a 6th gen, to be flush with fender. Even if you stretch tires with a +30 offset, you'll have rubbing problems.
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