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      03-23-2015, 07:55 PM   #1
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Will these rims fit my car?

I have the stock M-Package 261 rims.
I want to put on my car the rims in the picture uploaded.
Will they fit my car? I know it's 5x120 but I mean the hub bore and the offset.
Will my stock tires go on these new rims? or do I need new tires too?

I am a total noob when it comes to wheels and tires. Sorry if this is a stupid question but it's something I don't want to be wrong about.

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      03-24-2015, 03:14 AM   #2
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Probably will but I'm no wheel expert. Try posting this in the wheels/tires section, you'll get a better response there as this really isn't the place for this thread.
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It's certainly not ideal. Offset is a little low in front, and significantly low in the rear. You'll have to sacrifice on tire width if you do run them, and end up needing more camber than you would otherwise just to make them fit properly.
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I've had +35 I the front with the 8 inch wide wheels. 225 35 18 fit fine. My rears are 9.5 wide and +45 offset. They just barely rubbed with stock alignement and the car lowered 1 inch on 255 35 18 tires. If possible get the rears in +45 and they should fit fine
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I've had +35 I the front with the 8 inch wide wheels. 225 35 18 fit fine. My rears are 9.5 wide and +45 offset. They just barely rubbed with stock alignement and the car lowered 1 inch on 255 35 18 tires. If possible get the rears in +45 and they should fit fine
So would this set up fit fine if my car isn't lowered?
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So would this set up fit fine if my car isn't lowered?
The problem I had was when I hit really big bumps. If you ran a 245 tire it's going to look a little stretched but you might be ok. Don't take my word for it. If the price is good I would probably try it.
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Check the return policy. As long as they clear behind the wheel it should be ok. Just be prepared to go through the return process if the test fit doesn't work out.
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Fronts fine - I have the same specs and no rub.
Rears you will probably have a problem. I have 18x9 et40 and they rubbed really bad...had to do major fender mods. I am lowered and have 255 PSS (wide) tires on though.
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The rears WILL rub on compression.

I run a 18x9 ET45 rear and with 255/38 Michelin PSS I clear fine, but had to do some mild fender rolling and filing of the rear bumper tab. The offset of 35 on the rear is about 12mm too little.
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Sounds like your going to need 245 tires and maybe a fender roll with the rear offset.
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Needs fender work but people are running 18x8.5 et 35 18x9.5 et 40, so yea, it's doable.
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Would 10mm spacers in the back solve the problem?
If so, should I put spacers on the front too?

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