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Anyone using these wheels 10x11 with 285-35 front and 325-30 rear lowered 1 inch?





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You’re not the only one. IMO it’s hard to wrap
one’s head around at first.

This link below saved me when trying to make my wheel/tire package work on my Dart.
Usually it’s helpful to start with a known wheel tire package and use this tool to compare a new size and see how the tire/wheel change will change the fit:

https://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp
This is a good find man
Thanks for this
 

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Hey man, got a question. If the +50 offset sits like this would a +35 offset sit more inward or poke out? I see these offsets but I really don't grasp them fully.
Thanks
The pic of the 325's shown here is my car. The 50MM offset is on 11" wheels. 35MM offset are on the 10" wheels. I have 285's on my 10" fronts and they are flush. 325's poke slightly on the 11" wheels.

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Anyone using these wheels 10x11 with 285-35 front and 325-30 rear lowered 1 inch?
No problem at all. see my post above, that was at stock ride height. I now am lowered 1.2" front, and .5" rear on drag springs, but have switched to 305/35/19 drag radials.

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I can’t tell a difference in the color.

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I can. The one on the left looks noticable darker than the one on the right. Could be the lighting.

You need to take two seperate pics of each rim with the camera / Rim in the same spot for each picture.
 

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Ok... so I'm totally pumped about the 325s for the rear. I had assumed that 305s were the limit...I don't know where I got that but it could be a remnant of my S197 days.

I don't know if you guys take these giant tires for granted but it still kinda blows my mind. For example, my Dodge is maxed out at 275s in the rear which is considered a huge tire for stock axles/wheel wells on an older car....Man, modern cars have some crazy advantages.

Then again, before any weight reduction, it has a quarter ton advantage so that 275 goes a lot farther than it would on an S550. :D
 
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Ok... so I'm totally pumped about the 325s for the rear. I had assumed that 305s were the limit...I don't know where I got that but it could be a remnant of my S197 days.

I don't know if you guys take these giant tires for granted but it still kinda blows my mind. For example, my Dodge is maxed out at 275s in the rear which is considered a huge tire for stock axles/wheel wells on an older car....Man, modern cars have some crazy advantages.

Then again, before any weight reduction, it has a quarter ton advantage so that 275 goes a lot farther than it would on an S550. :D
My 73 Cutlass has 305/50/15's in the back.
 

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I can. The one on the left looks noticable darker than the one on the right. Could be the lighting.

You need to take two seperate pics of each rim with the camera / Rim in the same spot for each picture.
I’m pretty sure it’s the lighting and shadows. My wife couldn’t notice a difference either. I spent a few mins looking from different angles. I’ll take them outside today and see how they look.
 

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I’m pretty sure it’s the lighting and shadows. My wife couldn’t notice a difference either. I spent a few mins looking from different angles. I’ll take them outside today and see how they look.
The bronze wheels will probably have the biggest shade variance.
 

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I can. The one on the left looks noticable darker than the one on the right. Could be the lighting.

You need to take two seperate pics of each rim with the camera / Rim in the same spot for each picture.
And probably same camera settings (exposure, white balance etc.)
 

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The pic of the 325's shown here is my car. The 50MM offset is on 11" wheels. 35MM offset are on the 10" wheels. I have 285's on my 10" fronts and they are flush. 325's poke slightly on the 11" wheels.

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Really helpful man. tks
 

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Thanks! So your only lowered a half inch in the rear? Looks awesome!
No problem at all. see my post above, that was at stock ride height. I now am lowered 1.2" front, and .5" rear on drag springs, but have switched to 305/35/19 drag radials.

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I took them outside in the sunlight and I can’t see anything that is different in the colors. If it’s that close and I’m really looking to see a variation and can’t, someone walking by or driving by sure won’t.
 

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My 73 Cutlass has 305/50/15's in the back.
I knew GM Abodies could hold big tires but that’s excellent. Does it hook well with those rollers?

If I roll the Dart’s fender lips and/or relocate the leaf springs inward, I could run 305s but I consider those mods to be outside of my vision for the car. So far I don’t have enough power to demand anything bigger than a 275 slick anyway!
 

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