Is it possible to run a 22mm offset on all corners on coils, while having flush fitment. Rim is a 19x10.5, planning to run a 285 tire on it. What spacers would I need camber. Im running -2 degrees up front, -1.8 in the rear
Will work fine up front but will stick out past the rear quarter panel about an inch.Is it possible to run a 22mm offset on all corners on coils, while having flush fitment. Rim is a 19x10.5, planning to run a 285 tire on it. What spacers would I need camber. Im running -2 degrees up front, -1.8 in the rear
isnt the pp2 wheels a square 305 all around?As compared to a PP2, since I do not know what your car is, you would be widening the rear track width by (48 - 22) X 2 wheel = 52 mm or ~2 inches which , as I have read , is a lot. For a PP2, you are only changing the front track width by 4 mm or .157 " or hardly anything.
A wider track with will:
1. make the springs feel softer due to the longer lever arm created by moving the tires out wider. Since the front (on a PP2) are close to stock offset, it will only soften the rear and not the front.
2. might increase scrub radius causing more tire wear . If it was on the front, could increase steering effort.
3. widening the rear will promote understeer - minimal at normal street speeds
4. By widening only the back without making the front wider by the same amount, I have read that it will make the car 's handling more looser.
I am sure there are other changes to handling caused by only widening the rear without also changing the spring, sway bars etc. to tune the suspension. These were just a few I read doing a quick search.
On a stock PP1 with the staggered 255/275 layout, your offset is Fr: RR 19x9 ET45 : 19x9.5 ET 52.5
In this case, you would be widening the front by 46mm and widening the rear by 61 mm for a differential in track width of 15mm so not so much of an affect. Since both front and back are getting wider, the springs will both act a little softer.