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Old 05-29-2013, 07:33 AM   #783
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I've been considering buying these wheels without tires. How much have you guys been paying for shipping?
114 for all 4 wit out tires
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:36 AM   #784
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Doubtful.

You probably could but I wouldn't lower it at all. In fact, I'm going to have to lift mine up a tad in the rear for sure. They aren't rubbing now. But I bet if it starts bouncing enough on the right road, it's going to.

20x10 all four corners with 295/35/20.

Lowered probably 1 1/4 on front and 1 1/2 on rear. I'll have to get better measurements before and after tomorrow. +23 offset on all four. Rears REALLY stick out.
Looks bad ass the front looks good I thought a 295/35 would be too wide I guess not
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:57 AM   #785
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AlexM - Is that a 295/40 on the rear?

If I offer you a few bucks for your time, could you put one of your rears on the front and tell me if they fit?
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Doubtful.

You probably could but I wouldn't lower it at all. In fact, I'm going to have to lift mine up a tad in the rear for sure. They aren't rubbing now. But I bet if it starts bouncing enough on the right road, it's going to.

20x10 all four corners with 295/35/20.

Lowered probably 1 1/4 on front and 1 1/2 on rear. I'll have to get better measurements before and after tomorrow. +23 offset on all four. Rears REALLY stick out.
Nutro, TAG UR IT already has 295 F/R, check with him, I might not be able to try it out for a few weeks.
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Old 05-29-2013, 08:08 AM   #786
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So is it Alex? Ad what brand tire is this?
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Old 05-29-2013, 08:11 AM   #787
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...drove my car to work this morning and have steering wheel vibrations... I will check the torque on the lugnuts when I get home, but I am quite sure I did it right last night...

I tried to reprogram the TPMS sensors last night w/o success (mind you, mine is a 2012), but the car was still showing readings on all 4 tires... I had to drive more than 20 miles to finally get the "Service TPMS" message (I had readings all that time). Maybe now the learning procedure will work, have to try when get back home.
Also, my speedo is off 1.5-2 MPH at 65MPH due to bigger rear tires, need to have this re-calibrated.
...out of balance front tires is what worries me now, right before a 1500 miles road trip...
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Old 05-29-2013, 08:13 AM   #788
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So is it Alex? Ad what brand tire is this?
Mine are Continentals Extreme Contact DWS.
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Old 05-29-2013, 08:25 AM   #789
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Old 05-29-2013, 09:36 AM   #790
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Mine are Continentals Extreme Contact DWS.
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Great tires I had them on my 5-spoke ZL1 rims they are sitting in the garage, once my Goodyear F1's need to be replaced I will put these on the wheels unless I pick up a set of chrome FR 10-spokes
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Old 05-29-2013, 09:49 AM   #791
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Doubtful.

You probably could but I wouldn't lower it at all. In fact, I'm going to have to lift mine up a tad in the rear for sure. They aren't rubbing now. But I bet if it starts bouncing enough on the right road, it's going to.

20x10 all four corners with 295/35/20.

Lowered probably 1 1/4 on front and 1 1/2 on rear. I'll have to get better measurements before and after tomorrow. +23 offset on all four. Rears REALLY stick out.
need some close-up fender/tire shots to determine how much these offsets stick out. looks good, though.
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Old 05-29-2013, 10:44 AM   #792
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Looks bad ass the front looks good I thought a 295/35 would be too wide I guess not
Oh, no. It works. No rubbing at all. I bet a 305 could easily get under there too. I'd try it with my +23 offset and the +35 offset...see which one would be better (don't know off the top of my head). But there's a lot of room still. Nuts.... I even have the forced air scoop in the left wheel well (inside the fender well) which pushes the fender well outward towards the wheel. Even with that I get no rubbing.
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Nutro, TAG UR IT already has 295 F/R, check with him, I might not be able to try it out for a few weeks.
I don't know anyone with 40's or I'd toss them on there. I have 295/35 on all four corners with +23 offset on 10" rim. Personally, I wouldn't go any taller. IMHO, I think it might look a little weird...really tall tire. Speedo would have to be recalibrated (if you wanted) and you couldn't lower the car. Too much tire under there. So....yeah....I bet it would work. But you'd have to run stock height suspension (or damn close to it).
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...drove my car to work this morning and have steering wheel vibrations... I will check the torque on the lugnuts when I get home, but I am quite sure I did it right last night...

I tried to reprogram the TPMS sensors last night w/o success (mind you, mine is a 2012), but the car was still showing readings on all 4 tires... I had to drive more than 20 miles to finally get the "Service TPMS" message (I had readings all that time). Maybe now the learning procedure will work, have to try when get back home.
Also, my speedo is off 1.5-2 MPH at 65MPH due to bigger rear tires, need to have this re-calibrated.
...out of balance front tires is what worries me now, right before a 1500 miles road trip...
I had the vibrations with my old tires as well. Needed to rebalance them and tighten everything down (suspension wise).

You tried the re-calibration for the tires? Using the DIC button operation? You try letting some air out of the tires to re-calibrate too?
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need some close-up fender/tire shots to determine how much these offsets stick out. looks good, though.
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And I just raised my rear end up 1/4" or so. It now looks "even" with the front end and gives me a bit more clearance. My coilovers are set on 16 in the back. Going to drop them to 10 and see if I get any rubbing. If not, going down to 5 and so on. Crossing my fingers...
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the 2012 has to have a relearn done with the sensor tool, the manual way will not work. Stop by any tire store or dealer and they should be able to do it.

You should always retorque new wheels after the first 50 miles as a safety precaution
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I had the vibrations with my old tires as well. Needed to rebalance them and tighten everything down (suspension wise).

You tried the re-calibration for the tires? Using the DIC button operation? You try letting some air out of the tires to re-calibrate too?
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Mine are new tires, installed and ballanced by FR.
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Yes, did the DIC recalibration for new TPMS, it was going to learning mode but nothing when I let air out (I heard the horn was supposed to signal when one wheel was learned so that you can go to the next one). I let almost all air out and still nothing... Maybe the system was still "looking" at the old sensors. I moved the old tires about 100' away and the same. I drove around the neighborhood for 3-4 miles, no TPMS error was still thinking I have the OEM tires. Parked it overnight and left to work this morning. No TPMS error until after 20 miles of driving. I know, nuts!!!
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the 2012 has to have a relearn done with the sensor tool, the manual way will not work. Stop by any tire store or dealer and they should be able to do it.

You should always retorque new wheels after the first 50 miles as a safety precaution
Yes, retorquing is a must but I had the vibration from the very start... only above 40 MPH
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Old 05-29-2013, 11:26 AM   #796
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I hope these wheels will fit our cars...even the LLTs:
20x10 +23, 20x11 +43
275/40R20, 315/35R20 Vredestein ULTRAC Sessanta
I would imagine that the offsets were all calculated so that it fits perfectly under the wheel wells.
Picking & installing them on Friday...
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Yes, retorquing is a must but I had the vibration from the very start... only above 40 MPH
Must be a balance issue. Go take it to a shop and have them check, even if it was done by FR, they too are human.
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Must be a balance issue. Go take it to a shop and have them check, even if it was done by FR, they too are human.
I am 90% sure this is what it is, I sent Doug a PM to see how we can deal with this.
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Yes, retorquing is a must but I had the vibration from the very start... only above 40 MPH
sounds like an out of balance tire. take it by discount and have them check them.
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I would imagine that the offsets were all calculated so that it fits perfectly under the wheel wells.
Picking & installing them on Friday...
Pretty sure those will all work just fine. a 275/40 should be bout the same height as my 295/35. rears will work just fine. I have a shit ton of room in the back of mine 20x10 +23 on the inner wheel well.
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