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Old 01-12-2016, 10:10 AM   #1
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Aftermarket wheel/tire fitment numbers

I thought we should have a thread where people can post aftermarket wheel/tire sizes and offsets that they have installed. It helps for those looking to purchase new wheels.

HRE FF01 20" x 9" front, 25mm offset, Pirelli P-Zero 255/40r20

HRE FF01 20" x 10.5" rear, 35mm offset, Pirelli P-Zero 295/35r20
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Old 01-12-2016, 10:16 AM   #2
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I agree! Thanks....so many post great pics, with no data.....

Are you happy with fitment near the wheel flare? Looks like a good fit....
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Old 01-12-2016, 11:47 AM   #3
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I agree! Thanks....so many post great pics, with no data.....

Are you happy with fitment near the wheel flare? Looks like a good fit....
Very happy with the rear fit, no rubbing.
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Old 01-12-2016, 11:51 AM   #4
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More interested if you look straight down on rear if tire protrudes....
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Old 01-12-2016, 11:56 AM   #5
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More interested if you look straight down on rear if tire protrudes....
Sits in about 1/4"?
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Old 01-12-2016, 12:02 PM   #6
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Good Fit, the TSW's I had , were a bit too much at 1/4 " more...bugged only me....gotta save my money for some Forgelines....
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Old 01-31-2016, 02:25 PM   #7
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I posted this in a separate thread... but figured I'd post a few pics here as well.

Wheels are Rotiform SPF in 19x8.5ET35, and tires are Dunlop SP Winter Sport 3D in 245/45R19. The wheels have 156mm of backspace, and that puts them about 10mm away from the strut assembly.




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Old 02-01-2016, 02:48 PM   #8
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MRR Wheels M228 Gloss black

Here are a few shots of the first test fit we did on the new 2016 platform
with the MRR M228 wheels and 175/40 w/ 315/35 tire set up/ was not the best proper tire but was all we had at the time for testing over all we loved the way the M228 transforms the new Generation camaro

Wheel Model: M228 ( Z/28 style )
Size: 20x10 25et and 20x11 43et

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Old 02-01-2016, 04:00 PM   #9
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Here are a few shots of the first test fit we did on the new 2016 platform
with the MRR M228 wheels and 175/40 w/ 315/35 tire set up/ was not the best proper tire but was all we had at the time for testing over all we loved the way the M228 transforms the new Generation camaro

Wheel Model: M228 ( Z/28 style )
Size: 20x10 25et and 20x11 43et
That looks mean! I like it.

By my calculations and observations, 20x10" ET25 should be a few millimeters off the strut assembly... does anything rub?
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Old 02-09-2016, 05:03 PM   #10
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FlowForm FF15 Wheels
Below we have a selection of some photos during the test fit, then final installation shots so you can see how they sit on this chassis

19x10 ET25 front fitment


19x10 ET25 front fitment


19x10 ET25 front fitment


20x10 ET33 front fitment (requires 5mm spacer up front)


20x11 ET45 rear fitment


20x11 ET45 rear fitment



Installed - 20x9 ET25 front 20x10 ET33 rear










Available Fitments:

Front: 19x10 ET25 - 23.8lbs Each - (Requires 3mm spacer up front to clear strut)
Rear: 19x10 ET25 - 23.8lbs Each

Front: 20x9 ET25 - 23.2lbs Each
Rear: 20x10 ET33 - 24.4lbs Each

Front: 20x9 ET25 - 23.2lbs Each
Rear: 20x11 ET45 - 25.2lbs Each

Front: 20x10 ET33 - 24.4lbs each (Requires 5mm spacer up front to clear strut)
Rear: 20x11 ET45 - 25.2lbs Each

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Old 02-09-2016, 05:56 PM   #11
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First ever Camaro SS / MRR M228 wheel fitment and tire

Quick look at what we did for this amazing Camaro SS, M228 wheels where obviously design for the Camaro platform. no spacers, no adjustments, no hubrings just a perfect fit.

Wheel Brand: MRR Design Inc
Wheel Model: M228
Wheel size and specs: 20x10 5x120 25et 66.9bore
20x11 5x120 43et 66.9bore
Tire Specs: Front 285/35/20 Rear 305/35/20

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Old 02-09-2016, 06:18 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by FlowForm_Wheels;8892898Installed - 20x9 ET25 front 20x10 ET33 rear[/COLOR



Available Fitments:[/B]
Front: 19x10 ET25 - 23.8lbs Each - (Requires 3mm spacer up front to clear strut)
Rear: 19x10 ET25 - 23.8lbs Each

Front: 20x9 ET25 - 23.2lbs Each
Rear: 20x10 ET33 - 24.4lbs Each

Front: 20x9 ET25 - 23.2lbs Each
Rear: 20x11 ET45 - 25.2lbs Each

Front: 20x10 ET33 - 24.4lbs each (Requires 5mm spacer up front to clear strut)
Rear: 20x11 ET45 - 25.2lbs Each
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Those look great. I would be interested in a 19x10" square setup. Would custom offsets be more expensive than the +25 you have listed above? Would be great to see the 19" wheels installed as well
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Old 02-09-2016, 07:14 PM   #13
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Front tire on the blue car sticks out way too far. It is pushed out about 20mm.
The back is pushed out about 15mm.

Front be 6-12mm or less if you want to lower
Rear should be less than 15mm if you want to lower.
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Old 02-10-2016, 10:43 AM   #14
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Front tire on the blue car sticks out way too far. It is pushed out about 20mm.
The back is pushed out about 15mm.

Front be 6-12mm or less if you want to lower
Rear should be less than 15mm if you want to lower.
Did you mean our blue car??? those wheels do not stick out at all, nor wheels.
that would mean that instead of a 25et front i would need a 31-35et on a 20x10?? if so then HRE, MRR, LG and everyone else is wrong. but is not. a 20x10 wheel can safely be at about 27et anything higher will hit the strut and wont be drive-able any higher on the rears and it will rub inside, is right on point. if you do a 20x8.5 or 20x9 closer to factory then you will require a 20et-25et anything higher and they will look like emergency donut wheels.
just saying but to each its own.
we do like to hear everyone's opinion and hopefully my answer is not taken like a bashing
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