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Old Nov 8, 2016, 11:53 AM
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I've inputted my setup (16x8 +30 on 205/50/16 tires) in comparison to yours. I don't think you'll hit the strut housing since mine doesn't and my setup is wider/more aggressive than yours. If you do get a spacer, you might want to roller your wheel arches as well.

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Originally Posted by jcmaz View Post
I've inputted my setup (16x8 +30 on 205/50/16 tires) in comparison to yours. I don't think you'll hit the strut housing since mine doesn't and my setup is wider/more aggressive than yours. If you do get a spacer, you might want to roller your wheel arches as well.

http://www.willtheyfit.com/index.php...t2=35#isPage=1
Thanks for the information, the fitment was perfect. No rubbing issues at all, not even while at full locked steering. The crazy part is even with my stock 205 50r16 I would rub close to full lock while turning.

* 17x7 +35 with 205 40r17 tires lowered on Tein Basic coilovers no issues *
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hi i just buy new wheels 18x8 +44 on 215 tires
i need spacer for the front?
for the rear, 6mm spacer is ok?

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hi i just buy new wheels 18x8 +44 on 215 tires
i need spacer for the front?
for the rear, 6mm spacer is ok?

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That's a tough one, I'll try and find the calculator, I know 18x7 and +38, 215 tires rub at near lock, on TIEN springs...

Is your suspension altered? What series of tires 35?
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my tires is 215-35-18

my suspension is tein coilover

presently i ride with 18x 7.5 +45 on 215-35-18 without problem and without spacer
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I recently purchased some Continental Extreme Contact Sport tires in 225/50/16 for my R32 GTR 16x8 wheels. I am very interested to see how much I will rub with this setup and how much camber is needed to stuff these tires in the well.

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I got the tires mounted today. Shout out to Ilya for doing the tire mounting and coilover adjustment! At the ride height I was at before, the tires would rub at any small bump and turn. He raised the car a bit and now the car does not rub that much.

There is roughly a finger's worth of space between the tire and the lower control arms in the rear. I'll take a picture of it when I get a change. A 5 or 10 mm spacer would be better and give enough clearance but it's OK as it sits now.

There is barely any rub at full lock. My Ralliart in the photos have around 120-150lbs of stuff in the rear - my old tires, jack, extra pair of stock wheels and tires.

Here are the specs: 16x8 -30mm offset R32 GTR, bored to 67.1mm from 66.1mm. Continental Extremecontact Sport 225/50/16 tires.



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Very nice! Those wheels look so good on there!
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I got the tires mounted today. Shout out to Ilya for doing the tire mounting and coilover adjustment! At the ride height I was at before, the tires would rub at any small bump and turn. He raised the car a bit and now the car does not rub that much.

There is roughly a finger's worth of space between the tire and the lower control arms in the rear. I'll take a picture of it when I get a change. A 5 or 10 mm spacer would be better and give enough clearance but it's OK as it sits now.

There is barely any rub at full lock. My Ralliart in the photos have around 120-150lbs of stuff in the rear - my old tires, jack, extra pair of stock wheels and tires.

Here are the specs: 16x8 -30mm offset R32 GTR, bored to 67.1mm from 66.1mm. Continental Extremecontact Sport 225/50/16 tires.



I was wondering if it's the stock height of the vehicle with stock coil springs. I am thinking about putting 205.50.16 for daily use. Do the rear tires touch the arch with normal daily driving on bumps with passengers?
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