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Sydneykid

Wheel Sizes & Offsets For Skylines

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On 11/29/2020 at 1:27 PM, GTSBoy said:

I don't understand. That is not stretching the tyres onto the wheels at all. The correct tyre size for an 8.5 " wheel would be 235 or 245. A stretch would be a 225. Cramming a 265 on there is a big, baggy bulbour 1970s style fitment.

Sorry mate, what I mean in my head by overstretched is that it overhangs on an 8.5" rim :)

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Looking at changing wheels, currently have 18x9 +37 rear w/ 265/35R18 & 18x8 +36 front w/ 235/40R18. Which fit great but don't really like the staggered fitment.

Looking at Enkei rfp1 18x9+35, just wondering if 18x9+35 rfp1's fit on the front of an R33 gtst and clear the brake calipers?

 

 

 

 

 

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On 1/3/2021 at 5:04 PM, dyl33 said:

Looking at changing wheels, currently have 18x9 +37 rear w/ 265/35R18 & 18x8 +36 front w/ 235/40R18. Which fit great but don't really like the staggered fitment.

Looking at Enkei rfp1 18x9+35, just wondering if 18x9+35 rfp1's fit on the front of an R33 gtst and clear the brake calipers?

 

 

 

 

 

I think I had 18x9 + 35 on my R34 at one point and without a spacer it did not clear my front calipers.

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15 hours ago, Ravskie said:

I think I had 18x9 + 35 on my R34 at one point and without a spacer it did not clear my front calipers.

Thanks for the reply mate, yeah I've given up on that idea. 18x9 doesn't seem to work 100%

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R32 Gtr wheel offset questio :

 

im looking at getting 19x10.5 L +15 offset. I know this is very aggressive, it would be fitted with a 275 tyre on a car with rolled guards. Has anyone fitted 10.5in Rims to a 32gtr and what offset did you go with?

 

thanks

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