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Old 07-25-2012, 04:37 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Yet Another 'Will It Fit' Thread

19" Forged Alloy Wheel :: Nissan Parts, NISMO and Nissan Accessories - Courtesyparts.com

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19X9 47MM offset. (Which seems a bit high, assume spacers would be needed.) I'd be looking at fronts all around, non staggered set-up.

Searched but couldn't find anything.

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Default Re: Yet Another 'Will It Fit' Thread

Those will fit,but you'll want spacers for sure.
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10 or 15mm spacers?
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10 or 15mm spacers?


At least 15mm
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Thanks for the quick response!
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Thanks for the quick response!


You'll probably need extended lugs bolts as well.
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Default Re: Yet Another 'Will It Fit' Thread

Was just thinking that. Stock bolts would say 'the hell you tryin to do here'.
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Default Re: Yet Another 'Will It Fit' Thread

You'll need it to be +27 to +30 offset to fit flush. Not worth buying IMO. I'd get something with lower offset

But, if those are the ones you're set in stone on, then I'd get 20mm spacers with extended studs. Plus, you might want to roll your rear fenders for better fitment
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Nah, not set in stone. $200 a pop had me doing my research though!
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You'll need it to be +27 to +30 offset to fit flush. Not worth buying IMO. I'd get something with lower offset

But, if those are the ones you're set in stone on, then I'd get 20mm spacers with extended studs. Plus, you might want to roll your rear fenders for better fitment
Is that roughly the same for the 7th gens?
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Nah, not set in stone. $200 a pop had me doing my research though!
I'd keep looking for another wheel then. You might find better wheels for cheaper. Just keep searching around.
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Is that roughly the same for the 7th gens?
Not the same. On my 6th, I have 20x10s with +35 offset and it's flush. On the 7th gen, I have 20x10s with +25 offset and it's somewhat flush (rear wheels). If you have wheels up to 9.5" wide, you'll be able to get the flush fitment if you do.. approx. +25 offset.
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