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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    Unfortunately his disk types won't clear the front calipers.

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    Yep. I have already received a deposit for the wheels so once they are gone hopefully by this weekend I will be looking into new wheels.
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    hi all. I am looking to get the Yokohama Advan GT wheels in 18inch for my Supra. I rarely see Supra using Advan GT, except for MLSupra but his Supra is widebody. my Supra is stock body, unrolled/cut fenders with TT brakes. I would love to achieve a flush look with the deepest concave for the wheels possible. I have no problem rolling the fenders if required.

    Prefably to have the wheels in 18x9.5 front and 18x10.5 rear, tyres size does not matter as I will get the tyres to suit it. Looking at yokohama website, 18x9.5 offset comes in +45, +29 and +12, while 18.10.5 comes in +24 and +15.

    http://www.yokohamawheel.jp/brand/ad...pn_18inch.html

    appreciate the experts to chime in to recommend me the right size for my Supra. or maybe if you can recommend another size apart from 9.5 and 10.5, i am open for suggestion. But i am just looking at 18", not 19". thank you in advanced!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman9 View Post
    hi all. I am looking to get the Yokohama Advan GT wheels in 18inch for my Supra. I rarely see Supra using Advan GT, except for MLSupra but his Supra is widebody. my Supra is stock body, unrolled/cut fenders with TT brakes. I would love to achieve a flush look with the deepest concave for the wheels possible. I have no problem rolling the fenders if required.

    Prefably to have the wheels in 18x9.5 front and 18x10.5 rear, tyres size does not matter as I will get the tyres to suit it. Looking at yokohama website, 18x9.5 offset comes in +45, +29 and +12, while 18.10.5 comes in +24 and +15.

    http://www.yokohamawheel.jp/brand/ad...pn_18inch.html

    appreciate the experts to chime in to recommend me the right size for my Supra. or maybe if you can recommend another size apart from 9.5 and 10.5, i am open for suggestion. But i am just looking at 18", not 19". thank you in advanced!
    Wheels won't work on the rear. Too aggressive of a fitment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman9 View Post
    hi all. I am looking to get the Yokohama Advan GT wheels in 18inch for my Supra. I rarely see Supra using Advan GT, except for MLSupra but his Supra is widebody. my Supra is stock body, unrolled/cut fenders with TT brakes. I would love to achieve a flush look with the deepest concave for the wheels possible. I have no problem rolling the fenders if required.



    Prefably to have the wheels in 18x9.5 front and 18x10.5 rear, tyres size does not matter as I will get the tyres to suit it. Looking at yokohama website, 18x9.5 offset comes in +45, +29 and +12, while 18.10.5 comes in +24 and +15.

    http://www.yokohamawheel.jp/brand/ad...pn_18inch.html

    appreciate the experts to chime in to recommend me the right size for my Supra. or maybe if you can recommend another size apart from 9.5 and 10.5, i am open for suggestion. But i am just looking at 18", not 19". thank you in advanced!
    You could try 18x9 ET35 with a 255/35 tire and a 18x10 ET40 with a 285/30 tire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radride View Post
    Wheels won't work on the rear. Too aggressive of a fitment.

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    thank you. How about TE37 on 18x9.5 +22 front and 18x10.5 +15 rear. was told by a Supra owner, Carlos @loz_a80, thats his wheels fitment.

    Quote Originally Posted by joshanderson2jz View Post
    You could try 18x9 ET35 with a 255/35 tire and a 18x10 ET40 with a 285/30 tire.
    thank you i'll look into this too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman9 View Post
    thank you. How about TE37 on 18x9.5 +22 front and 18x10.5 +15 rear. was told by a Supra owner, Carlos @loz_a80, thats his wheels fitment.
    Front and rear will poke. 18x9.5 +36 and 18x10.5 +35 is flush with the fenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasperMK2 View Post
    Front and rear will poke. 18x9.5 +36 and 18x10.5 +35 is flush with the fenders.

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    thank you Casper. appreciate it!

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    I have a set of Blitz Z2 wheels that I want to have completely redone. Below are the changes I want to make. My question is, where do I take them? I have no idea where to start.

    They are currently 18x9 F and 18x10 R

    - Powder coat Gloss Hyper Black w/ clear coat
    - Remove current barrels and replace with a stepped lip design. If it is possible I am looking to keep these 18" in diameter, but with a 10" (+41) wide front and an 11.5" (+51) wide rear. If the stepped lip requires the diameter to be changed to 19" then that is fine too
    - I would like the lips done in black chrome
    - I would like all the hardware to be gold

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWsupra97 View Post
    I have a set of Blitz Z2 wheels that I want to have completely redone. Below are the changes I want to make. My question is, where do I take them? I have no idea where to start.

    They are currently 18x9 F and 18x10 R

    - Powder coat Gloss Hyper Black w/ clear coat
    - Remove current barrels and replace with a stepped lip design. If it is possible I am looking to keep these 18" in diameter, but with a 10" (+41) wide front and an 11.5" (+51) wide rear. If the stepped lip requires the diameter to be changed to 19" then that is fine too
    - I would like the lips done in black chrome
    - I would like all the hardware to be gold

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    ,Scott
    You can't stay 18" and step lip. To have a step lip design, the barrels are 1" bigger than the center disk; which in your case is 18". So effectively, you'll have 19" wheels if you go that route.

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    That is what I figured, not a problem. Do you have any idea what shops specialize in this type of work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWsupra97 View Post
    That is what I figured, not a problem. Do you have any idea what shops specialize in this type of work?
    No idea. Sorry.

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    Hey all,

    Does this appear to be correct to you? It states that this MK4 with TE37 at 10” wide in the front does not require fender mods. The 10.5 in the rear does not as well. Is this because of the tire/stretch used?

    Anyone have experience with the TE37 wheels and the best offset/tire size that allows for no stretching and rolling of fenders? I searched this thread but was not able to come up with a definitive answer about fender rolling. Some did and some did not.

    I am not do not want to have mine lowered to scrape as NYC roads are terrible. I actually raised my HKS coils about six turns on each corner out of the box. Two finger gap on front, one and a half finger gap estimate on rear with stock TT wheels.

    https://wheels-fitment.com/wheels-setup/226/detail

    This is another Supra and that fitment is spot on but I like my wiring harness so no way I would be that low with a wheel tucked under my fender.

    https://wheels-fitment.com/wheels-setup/210/detail

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWsupra97 View Post
    That is what I figured, not a problem. Do you have any idea what shops specialize in this type of work?
    Check out VR Wheels or Memory Fab they are both in Socal I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostPsiKPA View Post
    Hey all,

    Does this appear to be correct to you? It states that this MK4 with TE37 at 10” wide in the front does not require fender mods. The 10.5 in the rear does not as well. Is this because of the tire/stretch used?

    Anyone have experience with the TE37 wheels and the best offset/tire size that allows for no stretching and rolling of fenders? I searched this thread but was not able to come up with a definitive answer about fender rolling. Some did and some did not.

    I am not do not want to have mine lowered to scrape as NYC roads are terrible. I actually raised my HKS coils about six turns on each corner out of the box. Two finger gap on front, one and a half finger gap estimate on rear with stock TT wheels.

    https://wheels-fitment.com/wheels-setup/226/detail

    This is another Supra and that fitment is spot on but I like my wiring harness so no way I would be that low with a wheel tucked under my fender.

    https://wheels-fitment.com/wheels-setup/210/detail
    Both of those cars require body mods to fit the TE37s shown. The wheels that will, likely, give you the look you want are the Special Edition TE37s, 18 x 9.5 and 18 x 10.5 with offsets of +40 and +45. I have them on my car and they look like this:





    With my 285/35/18 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires out back, I come within a millimeter or so of the rear quarter panel lip. There is no way to avoid trimming the lip if you have more aggressive offsets unless you want to run 215s out back (only slightly kidding about the tire width). Note, this is not a hella flush set-up. Good luck with your decision.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KenHenderson View Post
    Both of those cars require body mods to fit the TE37s shown. The wheels that will, likely, give you the look you want are the Special Edition TE37s, 18 x 9.5 and 18 x 10.5 with offsets of +40 and +45. I have them on my car and they look like this:





    With my 285/35/18 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires out back, I come within a millimeter or so of the rear quarter panel lip. There is no way to avoid trimming the lip if you have more aggressive offsets unless you want to run 215s out back (only slightly kidding about the tire width). Note, this is not a hella flush set-up. Good luck with your decision.


    Ken.

    Thank you Ken for the information. Are the pictures loading on your end, I cannot open them here on my end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostPsiKPA View Post
    Thank you Ken for the information. Are the pictures loading on your end, I cannot open them here on my end.
    I just noticed that. I can see them on Mozilla, but not on Outlook. Let me see what I can do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostPsiKPA View Post
    Thank you Ken for the information. Are the pictures loading on your end, I cannot open them here on my end.

    Boost,

    Having server problems with my host. Hope I can get it sorted quickly.


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    LOL count on Ken to shut down the thread with his gorgeous MSB... FML I am living on the wrong coast.

    Car looks amazing!!!

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    ^^ . Thanks, my friend.


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    Hey guys, im looking to have a set of 18inch wheels made by a company here in Australia.
    Im looking at going an 18x11 rear and 18x9 or 10 front. What offset would work best to keep the it big brake applicable? Offset can be anything from +15 through to +55
    Also im looking to run R888R's so any suggestions on tyre sizing would be great as well.

    Thanks for your help. I really don't understand offsets or anything wheel related.
    Last edited by ALLLAG; 05-12-2019 at 11:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALLLAG View Post
    Hey guys, im looking to have a set of 18inch wheels made by a company here in Australia.
    Im looking at going an 18x11 rear and 18x9 or 10 front. What offset would work best to keep the it big brake applicable? Offset can be anything from +15 through to +55
    Also im looking to run R888R's so any suggestions on tyre sizing would be great as well.

    Thanks for your help. I really don't understand offsets or anything wheel related.
    Disk face and back pad design dictate caliper clearance. Offset won't.

    Also, are your rear fenders rolled?

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    R.K. thanks for your reply.

    I would have no idea about that but I can link you to the wheels if that helps.
    These are the wheels im looking at … http://www.koya.com.au/product/new-r...om-fit-copy-2/

    My guards have been cut/rolled when it was painted.


    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALLLAG View Post
    R.K. thanks for your reply.

    I would have no idea about that but I can link you to the wheels if that helps.
    These are the wheels im looking at … http://www.koya.com.au/product/new-r...om-fit-copy-2/

    My guards have been cut/rolled when it was painted.


    Thanks
    Looks like they should clear the brakes.

    18x10 +42 Front
    18x11 +42 Rear

    R.K.

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