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10 +38 Rear 9 +30 Front R32 Gtst


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Hi all, I'm thinking of selling my bbs wheels and getting some xd9's.

I'm looking at trying to fit the 10 +38 on the rear, currently the rear has 9 +35 so the 10 will stick out an extra 10mm which should be ok but i'm more concerned with inner clearance as they will sit in an extra 18mm.

Has anyone fitting 10's to the rear of a r32 gtst?

I already have lipped guards on the rear and will do the same for the front.

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10 +38 will be fine on your rears. Depends on what size tyre,camber and height you want to run also.

ive got 10 +18 xd9s on my rears with a 20mm flare and running a 235/40

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10+38 is cutting it close for inner clearance but it does fit without touching anything, if ull need more guard work will depend on tyre size, camber ect

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10 +38 will be fine on your rears. Depends on what size tyre,camber and height you want to run also.

ive got 10 +18 xd9s on my rears with a 20mm flare and running a 235/40

Wow 10 +18 :worship:

I'm not that brave haha.

I have a fair amount of camber on the rear, car isnt crazy low either. The guards are lipped already so if inner clearance is fine then should be sweet :rolleyes:

Cheers.

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