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Old 06-01-2015, 03:05 PM   #1
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Offset suggestions - and tire size suggestions

okay guys what is the best tire to run for my wheels.

they are boze wheels 20x9 +32 and 20x10.5 +38

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Old 06-05-2015, 08:31 AM   #2
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I just recently purchased forgestar f14 9.5x20 11x20 im thinking about running a 245/45/20 in front and a 305/3520 in the back i was told that. I would have any problems but i dont know if thats going to look right ,has anyone on here ever done this setup?
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Can I run 255/35/20(9") & 295/35/20 (10.5") without setting off the monitors and will this throw off the speedo?
255-35-20 is 27" tall
295-35-20 is 28.1" tall
yeah that will give stabilitrac issues.
check here http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=62838

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I just recently purchased forgestar f14 9.5x20 11x20 im thinking about running a 245/45/20 in front and a 305/3520 in the back i was told that. I would have any problems but i dont know if thats going to look right ,has anyone on here ever done this setup?
Your good for stabilitrac they are off by a little more than a 1/4 inch. which is ok.
I'm not sure on how its gonna look though.

Its easy to figure out sizes that are not listed use the formulas below.

width x aspect % = sidewall height
multiply this times 2 then divide by 25.4 this will give you the total sidewall height in inches.
now add your wheel size to get the toatal height.

A 255/35 R20 tire would be

255 x 35% = 89.25mm (or 255 x 0.35)
89.25mm x 2 =178.5mm now divided by 25.4 is 7.03 inches.
7.03" + 20" wheel is 27.03" total height.

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bump got the exact Offsets, and now I need to find the right tires.
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Old 06-08-2015, 09:37 AM   #5
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I just recently purchased forgestar f14 9.5x20 11x20 im thinking about running a 245/45/20 in front and a 305/3520 in the back i was told that. I would have any problems but i dont know if thats going to look right ,has anyone on here ever done this setup?
245/45 really isn't quite enough tire for 9.5" wide rims - I think something more like 265/40 might be a better overall match for the 9.5" wheel width and your 305/35 rear tire size.


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Hi guys!!!!!

Can I put on the rear 20x11 ET37 with 315/35 20 tires?

ET37 is a problem?

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