Wheel Fitment Help

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by Carnage281, Mar 31, 2015.

  1. Carnage281

    Carnage281 Active Member

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    So I'm looking to be purchasing some wheels pretty soon and I'm not 100% sure they will fit as far as back spacing is concerned. The wheels are 18x11 with a 74.1 center bore and a option between 15 and 25 offset. Which offset will fit without sticking out past the fenders?
     
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    Wow! Will they actually fit under the fenders?
     
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    From what I have read 18x11 wheels can fit if they have the correct offset, but so far I haven't seen what that correct offset is. Was hoping some one here knew.
     
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    What tire are you planning on running and how flush do you want to be? An 18x11 +15 would get you pretty damn flush with the fender and a roll/slight pull would be necessary. An 18x11 +25 would bring you in from the outer fender but would be close on the inside fender/exhaust clearance if you are running meaty tire.
     
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    My 18x10.5's with +22 offset are damn near flush. My 295 BFG KDW's are rubbing on bumps so I have to roll the fenders. Personally I wouldn't go with a +15 with a 11" wheel. They will poke out on a new edge. Gotta remember sleepn, new edge cars have wider rear ends.
     
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    What about 18x10 +20MM off set?
     
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    [MENTION=10867]sleepn_sn95[/MENTION] So far it's looking like 335 tires. I would get 315 but I can't seem to find any that aren't drag radials that aren't about the same price as 335 tires. If it can I'd like it to be flush with the fender. Thanks for the advice.
    [MENTION=9338]chris91[/MENTION] I think I'll go with the +25 . Like you said new edges have wider rear ends, and I also got rid of my crappy quad shocks so it should be plenty of room. If not I can always use spacers since the wheel will sit farther in.

    Thanks for the info guys, really needed that intel lol.
     
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    Be prepared to roll your fenders. I just picked up a no name roller that is almost identical to the Eastwood one for $70 shipped on eBay. It's nice and came with a year warranty too. What wheels you going with?
     
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    These bad boys right here. Esm 007

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