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    Quote Originally Posted by El AR-15 View Post
    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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    Fronts need to be a +36 on a 9.5.

    Rear at +43 will be flush on a 11" wheel. If you're buying brand new get 11.5" +48 rears. Then you'll be able to run a 315 on the rear.

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    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.
    Thanks you for the answers. Just one more question.

    265/35/18 has 25.3" OD (over 25") so I guess it will rub. Also I remember to have red in an old post of Stu Hagen that 265/35 was slightly touching to an inner plastic but I couldn't find it. Should I take 285/30/18 that has 24.7" OD ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eminmo View Post
    Thanks you for the answers. Just one more question.

    265/35/18 has 25.3" OD (over 25") so I guess it will rub. Also I remember to have red in an old post of Stu Hagen that 265/35 was slightly touching to an inner plastic but I couldn't find it. Should I take 285/30/18 that has 24.7" OD ?
    Nope. The 265 will have a perfect OD considering the tire will be slightly stretched on a 10" wheel effectively dropping the OD.

    The 285/30/18 will work better and fill out the wheel.

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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?
    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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    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
    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Boost Wang View Post
    I am currently running a 18x10 +41mm in the front, with a 285/35/18 tire. Will be stepping down to a 30 series sidewall down the road.

    Here's an update for those guys who were wondering how much inner clearance there is, with a 18x10 +43mm offset on the front of our Supras. The last 4 pictures, are with the steering wheel full locked. It appears to have more room to go more positive on the offset, but as of right now, the wheel is very close to the Wheel speed sensor wiring, when full locked, so that would have to be moved if anything.

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    I have some Racing Hart C3's that are 19 X 10 with a +43 offset on the rears. What would be the biggest tire I could run on these rims that also wouldn't rub. My rear fenders are slightly rolled. Any help would be great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcboost View Post
    i have some racing hart c3's that are 19 x 10 with a +43 offset on the rears. What would be the biggest tire i could run on these rims that also wouldn't rub. My rear fenders are slightly rolled. Any help would be great!
    275/30/19

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    Ok, thats what are on them now. Was hoping to go wider. So no 305' s or even 295's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcboost View Post
    Ok, thats what are on them now. Was hoping to go wider. So no 305' s or even 295's?
    No and No. Too much tire for a 10" wide wheel. If you do get wider wheels, you can go with 295/25/19's on the rear.

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by MidnightKing View Post
    Would a 17" Blitz Technospeed Z1 still clear stock TT brakes?
    It should but if you have a chance to try them on, I would.

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    Here we go
    19x11 315/25/19
    19x9 235/35/19

    I did have 325/30 245/40 on it fit, however there car sat so much higher due to OD unfortunately.

    Clears perfect no rubbing etc. Front lip/bumper getting fixed/replaced next week when I get back from Toyotafest in Long Beach


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurrakaine View Post
    Here we go
    19x11 315/25/19
    19x9 235/35/19

    I did have 325/30 245/40 on it fit, however there car sat so much higher due to OD unfortunately.

    Clears perfect no rubbing etc. Front lip/bumper getting fixed/replaced next week when I get back from Toyotafest in Long Beach


    Looks great!
    What wheels and offsets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurrakaine View Post
    Here we go
    19x11 315/25/19
    19x9 235/35/19

    I did have 325/30 245/40 on it fit, however there car sat so much higher due to OD unfortunately.

    Clears perfect no rubbing etc. Front lip/bumper getting fixed/replaced next week when I get back from Toyotafest in Long Beach


    Quote Originally Posted by CasperMK2 View Post
    Looks great!
    What wheels and offsets?

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    I'm going to guess a +35 on the front and +50 in the rear. They're pretty sunken in.

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    Finally mounted everything last week.

    Wheels:
    CCW LM-5 3pc, fully polished
    Front: 18x10
    Rear: 18x 11.5

    Tires:
    Sumitomo HTRZ-III 285/30/18
    Nitto NT01 315/30/18

    Suspension:
    Stance XR1 Coilovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by overbO0st View Post
    Finally mounted everything last week.

    Wheels:
    CCW LM-5 3pc, fully polished
    Front: 18x10
    Rear: 18x 11.5

    Tires:
    Sumitomo HTRZ-III 285/30/18
    Nitto NT01 315/30/18

    Suspension:
    Stance XR1 Coilovers

    Fenders were rolled/cut by previous owner(s).





    Looks good but that is one high maintenance wheel you got there.

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    ^Thanks! I've applied 2 coats of Rejex prior to mounting, and although its seen minimal miles since then, it appears to be doing its job. Brake dust just wipes off super easy. I'll try and report back after a few months of driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overbO0st View Post
    ^Thanks! I've applied 2 coats of Rejex prior to mounting, and although its seen minimal miles since then, it appears to be doing its job. Brake dust just wipes off super easy. I'll try and report back after a few months of driving.
    What are the front offsets? It looks like you have a lot of negative camber in the front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    What are the front offsets? It looks like you have a lot of negative camber in the front.

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    Guessing +45 plus it's really low.

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    +42 front and +50 in the rear. It is very low, hence some of the camber. In hindsight I'd probably raise it up a little more, but the alignment is done and paid for and I don't want to mess that up/redo it. I don't mind it though.

    RikTT...zoop was the other suggestion that I received when looking into sealants and I've heard a lot of good things about that too. The car sees less than 3k miles a year and is garaged, so I'm hoping the maintenance on the wheels won't be too bad. I almost got the classics and I'm very glad I didn't...wiping these down (so far) is quick and easy haha.

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    Anybody using the Mickey Thompson street comp tires? I'm looking for a 275 X 19 to hold 750whp.

    Here are the specs :
    Mickey Thompson Street Comp Tires 90000001623
    Wheel Diameter: 19 in.
    Tire Size: 285/35-19
    Sidewall Style: Blackwall
    Tire Construction: Radial
    Tire Diameter Range: 26-26.99 in.
    Tire Diameter: 26.90 in.
    Section Width: 11.30 in.
    Tread Width: 10.10 in.
    Minimum Recommended Wheel Width: 9.50 in.
    Maximum Recommended Wheel Width: 11.00 in.
    Directional: No
    Speed Rating: Y
    Load Index: 99
    Asymmetrical Tread Pattern: Yes
    UTQG Tread Wear Rating: 300
    Traction Rating: AA
    Temperature Rating: A
    Tread Depth: 10/32 in.
    DOT-Approved: Yes
    Tube Required: No

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    ^ I would not expect any tire with a wear rating of 300 to be able to "hold" 750whp unless your definition of hold is a lot easier than mine. Even the 100 wear rating tires people use successfully (e.g., R888 and drag radials) are straining to hold 750 so no way a harder compound, less sticky tire will do that.
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    Hey R.K.,
    I have an offer for a set of Ruff 278. 8.5x19" and 9.5x19. Offset +20 (possible +35 in the back, will check). Tires are 235/35 and 275/30.
    Can you give me an idea how that would look on a MKIV? +20 sounds pretty unusual, if not impossible, to me.
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disguised View Post
    Hey R.K.,
    I have an offer for a set of Ruff 278. 8.5x19" and 9.5x19. Offset +20 (possible +35 in the back, will check). Tires are 235/35 and 275/30.
    Can you give me an idea how that would look on a MKIV? +20 sounds pretty unusual, if not impossible, to me.
    Thanks!
    If they're +20 front and rear then the front and the rear will poke past the fender around 3mm. If the rear is +35 then the rear will be sunken into the fender approximately 12mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick 95 6sp View Post
    ^ I would not expect any tire with a wear rating of 300 to be able to "hold" 750whp unless your definition of hold is a lot easier than mine. Even the 100 wear rating tires people use successfully (e.g., R888 and drag radials) are straining to hold 750 so no way a harder compound, less sticky tire will do that.
    OK, yep that makes sense. Thanks

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    Do 18x10 +32 with proper tire sizes fit without rolling or cutting the rear fenders?

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