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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTBAIT View Post
    Hi guys, I've been doing lots of research, reading, measuring and converting. This is for a '95 Supra with stock rear suspension.

    I'm in the middle of re-hooping my rear wheels and I have it virtually figured out. I want to run it by Radride first to make sure this makes sense.

    I have two options:

    1) 19x10.5 +58

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    2) 19x11 + 51

    My questions are:

    A) Would there be any inner clearance issues running a wheel with 8.02" BS?

    B) How much of a pain would it be to get a 19x11 +51 to fit? Would it simply be rolling fenders? Or would it be far more involved than I am playing out in my head.

    I am not necessarily opposed to running a couple mm spacer if need be...

    Thank you for the help!
    Is this just for the rear fitment? I don't do back spacing because its not as accurate as offset in MM. I'm not sure what your starting point is but I'll reference flush fitment so your 10.5 +58 will be sunken into the fender by 23mm (terrible fitment). You'll have room on the inside for sure. No need to roll the fender.

    Your +51 will be sunken into the fender by 9mm. Again no need to roll the fender.

    Fitment is less than ideal.

    R.K.

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    I'm kind of a noob with offsets and correct fitment for our cars. Have tein coils and fenders are stock. I am looking at the Work Meister M1's and dont know which offset to go with for flush fitment or at least as close to flush as possible. Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jumpman08 View Post
    I'm kind of a noob with offsets and correct fitment for our cars. Have tein coils and fenders are stock. I am looking at the Work Meister M1's and dont know which offset to go with for flush fitment or at least as close to flush as possible. Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance!
    Which M1? There is the M1R and the M1 3 piece....

    R.K.

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    The M1 3 piece

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    Quote Originally Posted by jumpman08 View Post
    The M1 3 piece
    Those wheels aren't supra friendly fitments. I can't get a size and offsets to work for flush or close to flush fitments.

    R.K.

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    Thanks for looking appreciate the time and effort you put into this forum!

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    I'm looking to buy some Work Meister S1:

    18x9.5 +29
    18x10.5 +49

    I know the front offset are a little on the aggresive side but will I be able to get away with a 255/35 and 295/30?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCPOW View Post
    I'm looking to buy some Work Meister S1:

    18x9.5 +29
    18x10.5 +49

    I know the front offset are a little on the aggresive side but will I be able to get away with a 255/35 and 295/30?

    Thanks in advance.
    The problem is this fitment will look terrible. The fronts will poke past the front fenders by 7 mm and the rear will be sunken into the fender by 14mm. Brutal fitment imo.

    R.K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    The problem is this fitment will look terrible. The fronts will poke past the front fenders by 7 mm and the rear will be sunken into the fender by 14mm. Brutal fitment imo.

    R.K.
    If I use a bigger outer lip to get a 11" rim the offset should come down to 30ish. Would this be a better look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCPOW View Post
    If I use a bigger outer lip to get a 11" rim the offset should come down to 30ish. Would this be a better look?
    Wait, are you ordering these wheels new or bought a used set and trying to re-barrel them?

    R.K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    Wait, are you ordering these wheels new or bought a used set and trying to re-barrel them?

    R.K.
    Used and I will rebarrel the 10.5's to 11's if it'll be a better fit. If I rebarrel the 9.5's it'll be even lower in offset which is a no no. I don't want to rebarrel them to 9's either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCPOW View Post
    Used and I will rebarrel the 10.5's to 11's if it'll be a better fit. If I rebarrel the 9.5's it'll be even lower in offset which is a no no. I don't want to rebarrel them to 9's either.
    If you're adding the 12mm bigger barrel on just the front, your offset will be +43 which will definitely be a better fit. You'll almost be flush with the fender.

    R.K.

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    What profile tires are you guys running in front to avoid rubbing the front fender liners? I'm on lowering springs + Tokico Illumina shocks and I have experienced rubbing in the front with 265/35/18 tires on 18x10 wheels. Obviously this is a problem because the body harness runs through the wheel well. This never happens during normal driving, but I've experienced this in heavy counter steer situations (like drifting).

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    To get a little extra clearance, a common front fitment on a 10" front wheel is a 285/30-18 which is only 24.7" tall vs. your 265/35 which is 25.3" tall. Of course ride height also comes into play.
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