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33 Gtst Front Wheel Offset For More Dish


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Hey peeps,

I'm just after a quick answer on this as I just came inside from ripping more stuff out of the car and I got thinking about my wheels.

I have lmgt2 rims which are 17 x 9 +38 on the rears and 17 x 8 + 35 (I think) on the fronts.

Would the rear size with the + 38 offset fit on the fronts without guard rolling etc???

Would like a bit more dish up front and the same size all round of possible.

Ta

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could go down to 225/235 on the 9" easily.

i have driven with my 18 x 9.5J offset +25 on the front of my GTT before and it was sweet...although i have had a bit of guard work and i wasn't executing hairpin corners at great speed on bumpy roads so i didnt really test it.

wait till your 255's are worn out than get a more stretched fitment (get a tyre place that will let you try on a couple of different size tyres and go for a drive) and see how it goes.

Im running 18 x 8.5 +29 on the front, which would work out to be not that different than your rears. Front guards have been significantly rolled.

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deff put some pics up when fitted will look very nice

they were *sniff* 18x9.5+25 all round (flush-ish)

currently rolling on 17x9.5+17 all round (10mm poke)

new rims on order are 17x9+12 fr 18x9.5+12 r ;)

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