285/35r19 19x10.5 question

Discussion in 'Tires and Wheels' started by Dailon hall, Dec 19, 2018.

  1. Dailon hall

    Dailon hall Junior Member

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    can I go 1.75 in the rear with a 285/35 and a 10.5 wide wheel? I’m about to order a new setup and want to make sure.
     
  2. stkjock

    stkjock ---- Madmin ---- Staff Member S197 Team Member

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    this question is not clear.


    " can I go 1.75 in the rear" ?? like a dildo? seriously dude, edit the post to be clear
     
  3. skwerl

    skwerl tree hugger

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    That's a really small dildo! :loudlol:
     
  4. stkjock

    stkjock ---- Madmin ---- Staff Member S197 Team Member

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    depends on if he's talking length or girth.... :MrT:
     
  5. bujeezus

    bujeezus forum member

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    LOL!!!
     
  6. Dailon hall

    Dailon hall Junior Member

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    1.75 in lower in the rear lol
     
  7. oldVOR

    oldVOR forum member

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    Still not much information to go on. What offset wheels are you getting?
     
  8. ApexRaceParts

    ApexRaceParts Official Site Vendor

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    This all depends on the offset of the wheel. There are a lot of 10.5" wide wheels on the market that stick out a lot on the rear of these cars. It will need to be in the neighborhood of ET45-ET50 to not stick out and interfere with the fender.

    Cory
     
  9. Pentalab

    Pentalab forum member

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    Bare min of 51 mm required. You will have sidewalls sticking way out if a 45mm offset used.

    A 54mm ET would be perfect. A 1.75" rear drop is a bunch. You require the rear tire to be tucked inboard of the fender. Screw up the ET..and you will kick yourself. At least on my 2010 GT. I believe the 05-09 cars are similar. The 10-12 cars all share the same body style.
     
  10. ApexRaceParts

    ApexRaceParts Official Site Vendor

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    19x10.5" ET45 sits half a mm further out than 19x11" ET52 which is a proven direct fit in the rear that does not poke at all. A 19x10.5" ET51 would certainly work well, but it's not at all a bare minimum requirement.

    Here is 19x11" ET52 on the back of this Boss 302 with a 305/30-19 Pilot Sport 4S
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    Here is the same wheel as above but this time with a 305/30-19 Cup2 tire on a GT350
    [​IMG]

    Finally, here is a GT500 with 18x11" ET52 wrapped in a 315/30-18 BFG Rival. Not the best angle, but you get the idea :)
    [​IMG]

    - Cory
     
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