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Wheel Sizes & Offsets For Skylines

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Looking for opinions as I cant make up my mind

R33 GTST 2Dr

Work D9R

FRONT 18x9.5 + 23 OR 18x9.5 +12
REAR : 18x10.5 +23 OR 18x10.5 +15

More so after a "slightly stanced" look & I rather they sit more flush then poke out like a monster truck. all guards are rolled. Liners still in, will remove if need be.

Would love to see your cars if you guys have any photos!

Cheers, Jordzzz...


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+20 offset 9.5 all round atm
Looking at getting new wheels, 9.5 +10 offset for front and +19 10" for the rear just not sure about the fronts offset yet. Think it will sit out to far?received_1048401358692158.jpeg

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Anyone running 18s enkai rpf1 8.5 +30 front and 9.5 +38 on the rear of a r33 coupe.


Im worried about the brakes clearing

The offsets are what i want just not sure if the rims will clear the calipers. Being wheel specific



All the rpf1 r33s seem to run 9.5 inch wide on the front but i have knuckles and stock length lcas for drift days so would rather the skinnier wheel




Dont want to run spacers if i muck up the sizes



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im looking at the below rims, work wheels t7r.

What is the widest you think i could go with the best concave on standard fenders, with a small roll or pull?


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12 hours ago, Adz2332 said:

10.5 +22

How much would the rear have to be pulled to get them under it?


quite a bit... this is 10.5 + 12 but using a s14 subframe so extra 5 = 8 mm wider so maybe a + 15mm wider than you want but still



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Skyline model = R33 GTST

Wheel diameter = 18"

Wheel width = 9.5

Wheel offset = 15

Tyre size = 265/35/18R    245/35/18F

Modifications to fit = 30mm wide front guards and shaved 2mm off the rim to raise offset also ran 245s just to make sure.  Rear has 65mm flares and a 25mm wheel spacer.  Wheel specs are for a r32 GTR



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R34 Gtt

18x9.5 +20 x4 square set 


Z tune front guards 

Rolled and pulled rear lips 

Plenty of clearance could easily go 18x10 +25  for a 285 tyre 


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Thought I'd share my setup since there doesn't seem to be much info/examples out there for this particular setup. Perfect for spirited driving on back/mountain roads, not so ideal for daily driving or putting around at 3000 rpm, according to suspension guy. No getting around full lock scrub without invasive mods (rear guard rolling and front guard removal). Otherwise everything fits.

Skyline model = BCNR33

Wheel diameter = 18 in

Wheel width = 10.5 in

Wheel offset = +15 mm

Tyre and size = 295/30/R18 AD08Rs

Modifications to fit = Adjusted suspension. Lower and camber, front and rear. As said above, you will need to run slightly more camber than you would in a street car. 



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 R33 GTR

19x10.5+12 TE37s w/ 265/30 Potenzas

All gaurds rolled, not lowered too much. Scrubs on liners on full lock but otherwise perfect. Fell in love with the wheels the moment I saw them.



Work Emotion CR2P 18x10.5+5 w/ 265/35 AD08Rs

Scrubbing on full lock, but otherwise great fitment.


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