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Old 18-03-2020, 12:11   #106
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Most Rays at 9-9.5J will need to have an offset in the 20ís. Why not just order the wheels in the correct offset and save yourself having to run a spacer? I know Iíd rather never run spacers.







I have the 343mm Alcons, and Iíve so far been able to fit:

17x8 +35 Enkei
17x8.5 +30 Rays TE37
17x9 +27 Team Dynamics 1.2
17x9 +22 Rays TE37

HTH some folks.
Howdy - love the look !

Can you confirm the setup in the pics ? Any arch work front/rear ? tire size ? wheel size and offset ?
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howdy - love the look !

Can you confirm the setup in the pics ? Any arch work front/rear ? Tire size ? Wheel size and offset ?
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Old 18-03-2020, 12:26   #108
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Howdy - love the look !

Can you confirm the setup in the pics ? Any arch work front/rear ? tire size ? wheel size and offset ?
No arch work required, no scrubbing.

17x9J ET22 Rays TE37
225/45R17 R888R

Ohlins coilovers, not set very low.

Standard ARBs.

I've just put these on a new shell, that sits a little lower at the mo', and gone to 235/40R17 R888R which will need a little bit more camber at the back, and a raise in ride height.
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so went a different direction with my wheels.

BBS LM 17x8 ET30 , 235/45/17 ProSport4 tires

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so went a different direction with my wheels.

BBS LM 17x8 ET30 , 235/45/17 ProSport4 tires


Surprised there's enough room for the brakes, but they look brilliant.
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What offset would suit better in a 17x9 Rota Grid, Et 20 or Et 25?

For an Evo V.
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What offset would suit better in a 17x9 Rota Grid, Et 20 or Et 25?

For an Evo V.
Anyone?
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what offset would suit better in a 17x9 rota grid, et 20 or et 25?

For an evo v.

25 imo.
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