Thinking about running this set up. Need opinions

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    I was planning on running a staggered set up with 20x9.5 and 20x10.5. With 275/35/20 and 305/35/20

    My concern is that I'm also dropping the car 1" all around.

    Any issues with wheel run or irregular wear on the tires for anyone that runs a similar set up?

    The car is my daily and I do a good mix or city and highway driving.
     
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    Similar set up , just have to watch the off set . My set up front 20x9 35 et 255/35/20 rears 20x10.5 et 45 305/30/20 . Lowered on eibach sport lines about 1.5 inch . Front camber/caster plates with alignment set to spec , no rubs 20191005_064726.jpg 20190811_105603.jpg 20190811_105540.jpg 20190811_105511.jpg 20190609_103316.jpg 20190429_173124(0).jpg
     
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    Damn, beautiful car.

    I was thinking of running a 1" spacer in the front as I did the 350 conversion and the fenders stick out an inch to make it flush.

    I'm running 305 Ft101's 9.5 25mm and 10.5 45mm in the rear. Haven't mounted yet. But the car is getting dropped an inch all around and camber plates will be added, too.
     
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    Should get you where you want to be , I'm just not a fan of wheel spacers . Post a pic when you get it done
     
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    Those are my exact tire sizes but I am running 20x10 up front and 20x11 in the rear. I am on an Eibach Pro-Kit. 1" drop. No Spacers. No Camber plates, atleast not yet. After getting the initial alignment done, I have had it checked twice since and still where Eibach recommended.

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    I just got my 20x10 F and 20x11 R Project 6GR's and ordered some Continental DWS06 in 315/35 for the Rear and 275/35. I did a lot of looking at tire sizes on Fitment Inc. You should have zero issues running a 305 in the rear.
     
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    we run 20x9 front and 20x10.5 rear with 275/35/20 front and 305/35/20 rear on Eibach sportlines, no rub
     
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    Thanks for the replies, everyone.

    Wheels should arrive today. Can't wait to get them on!
     
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