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Old 07-15-2012, 01:10 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Staggered Wheel Fitment

found these online and was wondering if they would fit my 07 maxima. im dropped on eibach springs 2' front and .8 rear. i had a 275/35/20 wheels in the rear before without any issue but not sure about the offset on these.

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forgot to add the linkhttp://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/pts/3136565927.html
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Default Re: staggered wheel fitment

if link is not working here is the info

For sale is a new set of Axis Rev Rims and Tires. Stats are listed below:
Front: 19x9.5 +22, 225-40-19
Rear: 19x10.5 +25 275-30-19

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New 19 Inch Rims, Axis Rev, Staggered Agressive Fit
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Default Re: Staggered Wheel Fitment

In a short answer no! You can make them fit but not with your current set-up. You would need coilovers, stretch the tires, and add some negative camber to pull these off.




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Old 07-15-2012, 08:08 AM   Thread Starter #4
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Default Re: staggered wheel fitment

Will it be a fitment issue for both front and back our just rear?
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Default Re: Staggered Wheel Fitment

The rears mostly, I have almost the same set-up but in 20's. 19's will be a little easier to fit.
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Lol...I agree and disagree with hero.

I agree they won't fit...at least not easily!! I disagree with him....don't do it!! It will be more of a PITA than you might want to deal with.
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Default Re: Staggered Wheel Fitment

Ok so I found another similar set of wheels
19X9 .5 + 28
19.10.5 + 29
Will these fit without having to roll my fenders?
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Default Re: Staggered Wheel Fitment

With same tire size as previous wheels posted but I think the offset is a little better for the second set of wheels I posted
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Those rears are pretty close but I think you might still have rubbing issues if you dont roll the fenders. Just have the fenders rolled,its not a big deal at all.If you dont want to roll them I would look at wheels in the +32 to +35 range
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Ok so you think front is give just need to roll rear fenders? Do you know how much they charge to roll just rear fenders (estimate)?
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Default Re: Staggered Wheel Fitment

Maximan: you seem to knew what your talking about lol so I ask if the first set I posted will fit just with rolling fenders? So no stretched tires..no negative chamber?
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Maximan: you seem to knew what your talking about lol so I ask if the first set I posted will fit just with rolling fenders? So no stretched tires..no negative chamber?


Im no expert on this subject, just asked a lot of questions and just by trial and error.

I dont think the first set will fit with out having to do what hero said. Im pretty sure he's running a similar set up and it looks good,but it requires a lot of effort to make them work. Not worth it in my mind. Right now Im running a 19x9.5 +30 with a 245 40 19. It works and looks great. Mine fenders are rolled but you might get away with not having to. For me, it wasnt worth it. I spent 40.00 to have them rolled and now I dont need to worry about it.

If youre doing a 10.5" wheel I wouldnt go any less than a +32 offset. The wheels youre looking at are more for G35's and 350/370 Z's.
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BTW every thing I learned I got from @Deadbolt...he really knows what he's talking about when it comes to this stuff. He's helped me a ton!!
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You can't roll the front, there's nothing to roll. Like maximan said having a aggressive fitment is not for everyone, not everyone likes the look. If your too worried about rubbing and not want to rool your fenders just look for wheels with a +35-40 offset.
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You can't roll the front, there's nothing to roll. Like maximan said having a aggressive fitment is not for everyone, not everyone likes the look. If your too worried about rubbing and not want to rool your fenders just look for wheels with a +35-40 offset.
Just to clarify Omar, you have a great look but you have other issues,correct? Things like ride quality? Tire wear? Axles or seals will wear out quicker? Would you agree with that?

People look at your car,which is bad ass BTW, and think that they want that. What they dont know are the side effects...
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First attempt to run my wheels resulted in 2 blown CV boots which was due to the JICs not meant to go as low as I had them. Then purchased BC extreme drop coilovers. My attempt to get it align had me going to a couple shops and being refused because I was too low. Now I purchased some camber bolts so the front can match the rears at -3 degrees camber. I also had my body shop remove the brackets that hold the rear bumper to the quarter panel. My gf hates my ride quality, I have to think about going into shopping center's due to the speedbumps. Only rubbing issue I have right now is the front tires rubbing with the plastic liner. In the future I look for more broken axels and having to change tires for camber wear but shouldn't be a lot since I'm only at -3. Is it all worth it? For me it is I love the look and looks the car gets. Everyday I see people poking my car lol they always stick there fingers between my fenders. Yup my car gets finger b*nged lol but it's like a virgin 1 finger gap only lmao.
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Thats a good write up for any one else who comes here in the future who wants to this. Its extensive work,lots of time,money and patience. I would never in a million years do what you did. Id love to look at it,but driving it....
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Thanks, Pops.

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Ok so I found another similar set of wheels
19X9 .5 + 28
19.10.5 + 29
Will these fit without having to roll my fenders?
If you're avoiding rolling any fenders, I would get the FRONT in +27 to +30 offset to be flush. The rear can't be less than +40 to +45 offset. IF you will roll/shave your fenders, then the second rear offset will fit, but not fit with 275 tires. You'll need to stretch 255's on them.

Remember, it's easier to have high offset and bring them down with spacers than to have low offset and be stuck.

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Its not already big??
That's what she said
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Thanks, Pops.



If you're avoiding rolling any fenders, I would get the FRONT in +27 to +30 offset to be flush. The rear can't be less than +40 to +45 offset. IF you will roll/shave your fenders, then the second rear offset will fit, but not with with 275 tires. You'll need to stretch 255's on them.

Remember, it's easier to have high offset and bring them down with spacers than to have low offset and be stuck.



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That's what she said
So with my wheels 20x8.5 +40

If I just buy 1 set of 10mm spacers I can get the front out to about where the back is?
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So with my wheels 20x8.5 +40

If I just buy 1 set of 10mm spacers I can get the front out to about where the back is?
With wheels up to 9.5" in width, +30 offset (all around) will be flush and nice. 10" wheel should be +35 front and +33-38 rear offsets, 10.5" wheel should be +40-45 in offset to fit properly.
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With wheels up to 9.5" in width, +30 offset (all around) will be flush and nice. 10" wheel should be +35 front and +33-38 rear offsets, 10.5" wheel should be +40-45 in offset to fit properly.
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Ok so you think front is give just need to roll rear fenders? Do you know how much they charge to roll just rear fenders (estimate)?
Just get your rear fenders rolled. Should be around $50-75, depends on your location. Just make sure it's a place with a LOT of experience, it takes a lot of care to do it without cracking the paint.

And before you think about what size and offset wheels you want, you first have to decide how you like your tires to sit. Some people like their tires looking fat, some like it flat with the wheel, and some like stretch. I like stretch, so I can fit wider and lower offset wheels, but if you aren't comfortable with stretched tires then you won't be able to use similar wheel specs. It really depends on what you are going after.
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Default Re: Staggered Wheel Fitment

So I'm picking these up
Wheel Diameter (Inches) - 19"

Wheel Width (Inches) - 8.5F/10R"

PCD Bolt Pattern - 5X114.3

Offset - 15F, 20Rmm

Hub Bore - 73mm

Color - Hyper Silver w/Polished lip

What your size should I get to get these to work? Looking for a little stretched look
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