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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    I would rebarrel both front and rear. 305 is way too big for a 10" wheel. I would almost go upto a 11.5" on the rear in a +48.

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    The 11.5 would fit in the rear on a stock body MKIV? Also what would I rebarrel the front to, 9? Thanks for the help R.K.!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidnightKing View Post
    The 11.5 would fit in the rear on a stock body MKIV? Also what would I rebarrel the front to, 9? Thanks for the help R.K.!
    Yes it will and he posted right offsets. 11.5 +48 and you're good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidnightKing View Post
    The 11.5 would fit in the rear on a stock body MKIV? Also what would I rebarrel the front to, 9? Thanks for the help R.K.!
    Rebarrel the front to a 10" +42.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blakbird View Post
    Yes it will and he posted right offsets. 11.5 +48 and you're good to go.
    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    Rebarrel the front to a 10" +42.

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    Alright cool. Thank you both!

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    Hello, will these wheels front 19x9.5 +35, rear 19x10.5 +45 fit on a stock body mk4? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djewne View Post
    Hello, will these wheels front 19x9.5 +35, rear 19x10.5 +45 fit on a stock body mk4? Thanks.
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    Does anyone know what model wheel this is. Pretty sure its a CCW but I don't see it on their site.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MKIValex View Post
    Does anyone know what model wheel this is. Pretty sure its a CCW but I don't see it on their site.

    Those are ADV.1's. Not sure if they make that design anymore though. ADV's cost substantially more than most custom wheels.

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    Hey there I was wonder what is the most widest tire put on the front and rear on a stock body of a supra with the fenders rolled, looking to put down serious power. Would like to see what others are planning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vishal S Sandhu View Post
    Hey there I was wonder what is the most widest tire put on the front and rear on a stock body of a supra with the fenders rolled, looking to put down serious power. Would like to see what others are planning
    Covered many times here, but in general a 315 rear, some have squeezed a 325 (tire brand dependant). On the front I have a R888 295mm on CCW (supra fitment) 18x10's, no rubbing lock to lock, but this is more of a road race near square setup for me 295/315.
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    ^ true true

    I'm running 285/30-18F and 315/30-18R.

    If Vishal wants to somewhat compromise lateral stability for straight line traction, a 305/35-18 rear gives you quite a bit more sidewall than the 315/30.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vishal S Sandhu View Post
    Hey there I was wonder what is the most widest tire put on the front and rear on a stock body of a supra with the fenders rolled, looking to put down serious power. Would like to see what others are planning
    Quote Originally Posted by FirstStateCamber View Post
    Covered many times here, but in general a 315 rear, some have squeezed a 325 (tire brand dependant). On the front I have a R888 295mm on CCW (supra fitment) 18x10's, no rubbing lock to lock, but this is more of a road race near square setup for me 295/315.
    That's awesome that you're running a 295 on the front. Offset is the key to ensure proper clearances.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick 95 6sp View Post
    ^ true true

    I'm running 285/30-18F and 315/30-18R.

    If Vishal wants to somewhat compromise lateral stability for straight line traction, a 305/35-18 rear gives you quite a bit more sidewall than the 315/30.
    I just wanted to add a side note. I only recommend a 285 max for the front on a 18" wheel because most guys just street drive their cars. That size will also ensure no front fender mods are required. Finally, a lot of people are fixated what the number on the sidewall says. Most of us know that not all tires run the same width even though they have the same size on the side wall. The Hellcat guys are these guys. I can find 295's that run wider than some 305 and even 315's but these guys just want the sidewall numbers to be the biggest.

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    Will a 10in wide front wheel, with 285/30 front tires in a higher offset, like a +47 fit in the front of the Supra without issues?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boost Wang View Post
    Will a 10in wide front wheel, with 285/30 front tires in a higher offset, like a +47 fit in the front of the Supra without issues?
    It might fit depending on the alignment. But its getting close to the strut at that point. A little closer than I would be comfortable with. For reference, the wheel will be sucked into the fender 5mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    It might fit depending on the alignment. But its getting close to the strut at that point. A little closer than I would be comfortable with. For reference, the wheel will be sucked into the fender 5mm.

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    Thanks R.K. Reason I ask, is because that offset and width according to this online calculator I found, tells me that the scrub radius would be the same as stock with the factory front 8.5 wheel, +50mm ET with a 235/40/17 Tire.

    I will have to find another way to calculate the scrub to double check for sure, but when you mean its getting close to the strut, do you mean aftermarket coilovers as well? I have coilovers, so their physically more compact than the factory strut. How about the sway bars?

    I plan to run modest static negative camber, but lots of caster, so there would be some aggressive negative camber under dynamic conditions. Thanks again R.K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boost Wang View Post
    Thanks R.K. Reason I ask, is because that offset and width according to this online calculator I found, tells me that the scrub radius would be the same as stock with the factory front 8.5 wheel, +50mm ET with a 235/40/17 Tire.

    I will have to find another way to calculate the scrub to double check for sure, but when you mean its getting close to the strut, do you mean aftermarket coilovers as well? I have coilovers, so their physically more compact than the factory strut. How about the sway bars?

    I plan to run modest static negative camber, but lots of caster, so there would be some aggressive negative camber under dynamic conditions. Thanks again R.K
    The 10" +47 wheel will be closer to the coilover by 16mm as compared to the factory 8.5" wheel at +50. I'm not sure what you're currently running for size and offset on the front but if you give me your current specs, I can tell you how much room you have.

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    I am currently running a 18x10 +43mm in the front, with a 285/35/18 tire. Will be stepping down to a 30 series sidewall down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boost Wang View Post
    I am currently running a 18x10 +43mm in the front, with a 285/35/18 tire. Will be stepping down to a 30 series sidewall down the road.
    Well if that's the case, check to see if you have a additional 4mm clearance between the wheel and the coilover.

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    Hello,

    I have two pairs CCW Corsair rims. Front one is 18x10 +44 (Supra fitment) and the rear one is 18x11 +63 64.1mm bore (S2000 fitment).

    I thought to use 5mm spacers and aluminum spigot rings (64.1 to 60.1) to be able to use S2000 set at rears. Thanks to the forum, I knew that 11" is not ideal for the rear and 11.5" would be much better but I have already the rims. I appreciate if you could give me your opinions for the following points:

    - Is it dangerous to use spacers and spigot rings for the rear? Consider that my car is currently 600 whp and will be around 850 whp next year.

    - Would it be OK if I use Michelin Sport Cups 265/35/18 at front and 295/30/18 at rear ? Will they rub in front with uncut/unrolled fenders ?

    - If I use 285/30/18 at front to avoid any eventual rubbing, this may create any over steering ?

    Thank you in advance for your feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eminmo View Post
    Hello,

    I have two pairs CCW Corsair rims. Front one is 18x10 +44 (Supra fitment) and the rear one is 18x11 +63 64.1mm bore (S2000 fitment).

    I thought to use 5mm spacers and aluminum spigot rings (64.1 to 60.1) to be able to use S2000 set at rears. Thanks to the forum, I knew that 11" is not ideal for the rear and 11.5" would be much better but I have already the rims. I appreciate if you could give me your opinions for the following points:

    - Is it dangerous to use spacers and spigot rings for the rear? Consider that my car is currently 600 whp and will be around 850 whp next year.

    - Would it be OK if I use Michelin Sport Cups 265/35/18 at front and 295/30/18 at rear ? Will they rub in front with uncut/unrolled fenders ?

    - If I use 285/30/18 at front to avoid any eventual rubbing, this may create any over steering ?

    Thank you in advance for your feedback.
    A 5mm spacer will be too much and you'll have insufficient thread on your studs. You'll have to either run longer studs, get a hubcentric spacer or what I recommend, getting a better offset rear wheel.

    The front wheel is fine for the offset and the tires you've selected as long as the OD of the tire is 25". The rear tire is fine as well and will fit properly on the 11" wheel. The Michelins run really wide for their size.

    I cannot comment on the oversteer questions as I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
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    Just want to confirm that this will fit as I have not seen this specific offset mentioned.

    Front: 18x10 +41mm (R888 30/285)
    Rear: 18x11.5 +51mm (R888 30/315)

    Rear fenders are cut/rolled so I am more worried about the fronts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RightCoast View Post
    Just want to confirm that this will fit as I have not seen this specific offset mentioned.

    Front: 18x10 +41mm (R888 30/285)
    Rear: 18x11.5 +51mm (R888 30/315)

    Rear fenders are cut/rolled so I am more worried about the fronts.
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    Looking to buy the HRE C103 with tires with the below specs for a perfect flush as I used to have with my CCW Classics.

    Tires will be Hakook Ventus V12

    Front: 19x9.5 +41 with 265/35 or 265/30
    Rear: 19x11 +46 with 305/25 or 295/30

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    Quote Originally Posted by El AR-15 View Post
    Looking to buy the HRE C103 with tires with the below specs for a perfect flush as I used to have with my CCW Classics.

    Tires will be Hakook Ventus V12

    Front: 19x9.5 +41 with 265/35 or 265/30
    Rear: 19x11 +46 with 305/25 or 295/30

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    The wheels will fit fine. The 295/30 will be slightly stretched on the 11" dropping the OD a little bit making for a better fitment. The rear will be almost flush.

    The front wheels will be sunken into the fender approximately 5mm. The fronts 265/30/19 is the better fit.

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    What do you recommend for a perfect flush? Higher offset? Thank you for the feedback.

    Front: 19x9.5 +41 or +42?
    Rear: 19x11 +46

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