What wheels for flush stance on 275/305s

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  1. ImSlow

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    I'm currently running the stock 20s with 265/35 all around. I'm also running 25mm spacers all the way around and I love the stance. I'm lowered 1" all around as well.

    I'm having an issue finding the front/rear wheel combo that I like with the correct offset on both front and rear. I always find the rear offset perfect and the front offset is too tucked in for my liking. So I guess I'm trying to find front 20x9 at a +25 offset and rear 20x10 or 20x10.5 at around +40 or +45 offset for the 275/35 fronts and 305/35 rears?

    I need help finding wheels that offer that front filament. Hopefully someone can chip in good options and advice. Thanks!

    This is how my car currently sits: 20161013_121215 (2).jpg 20161013_121503 (2).jpg
     
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    You and I have the same kind of problem. You've set the wheels up with a beautiful stance. The car looks great. But now to recreate the same fitment with aftermarket wheels is difficult and probably expensive. I also have 1" spacers on all wheels and have the 18 x 8 stock ones. I have decided to keep the OEM look and the spacers, but to widen the wheels to be able to fit the tires I want. It's an option. wheelfit.jpg
     
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    The best option is to find a wheel that is a blank and can get cut to spec.

    It will depend on the style your after but there are some good choices.

    MRR VP5 or FS01 or FS02

    Avant Garde M600 series

    Stance Sf01 and or FS03

    Vertini RF series

    The specs your saying are spot on
     
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    well look no more buddy go to www.mrrwheels.com
    we have plenty of wheel models available that will accommodate for the off sets and size you need. see 95% of our wheels are all custom build to either a clients requested off sets or our recommendations.
     
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    I say VP5 or FS01 :D
     
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    im running 20x10 front et 35 20x11 rear et 55... velgen vf5 275/35 front .. 305/35 rear
    -1.8 camber front -1.6 fits like a glove running cooper rs3,s 20190703_204258_HDR~2.jpg
     
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    Right a 10" wheel ET35 for the front, and a 11" wheel ET ~50-55 for the rear will be about that flush
     
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    That front spec is perfect for P285R35s. I prefer 55 offset for the rear wheels. My 50 offset pokes a little too much.
    Cheers,
     
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    we can do a 55et thats not a problem at all.
     
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