how's fitment gonna be on 17x7.5 +35? or do I have to look for +40? No fender rolling please lol
That offset and width will hit the trailing arm at the rear and thus require spacers, might hit the strut at the front too. So once you space it out to around +35 to +40 yes you will probably need to roll your fenders.Will 17x8.5 +48 need fender rolling or spacers? Or anything else?
+30 to +25 will probably work if you don't want it to be mexiflush and still pretty driveable. 245/35 tyre would be better, anything wider than that on an 8.5" wheel is a waste of time in my opinion. Here is my car with a 17x8.5 +30 with a 245/40 (effectively the same as a 18x8.5 +30 with a 245/35) on the rear so you can see how that fits:18 x 8.5 and I want to run about 2 degrees camber up front and like 1.5 in the rear
-what offset do I need to have flush fitment WITH rolled fenders
-which would suit this wheel best 255/35 or say 245/35
opinions? gonna be for touges/track/street driving. Wanna be within 1 finger gap all around (maybe VERY close to tucking in the rear) I know I know this will not be the best track setup but I can sacrifice some performance for style (either way I'd probably raise the car if I went to the track )
Haha I just realised I posted the wrong pic. That is with a 225/45 on the rear 17x8.5 +30. It is a Hoosier though so probably as wide as most 245 street tyres. This is the picture I meant to post::giggity: :giggity: :giggity: :giggity: :giggity: :giggity: :giggity: I'd stroke that all day