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18x10 squared setup offset

Does anyone know what offset I need to run 18x10 all around?


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Anywhere between +38ish to +45ish. Depends heavily on your tire size, both width and height. Running 'coilovers' increases the amount of inboard clearance. The swaybar link up front has a very long stud that will need to be trimmed to be sure of clearance, or you can replace them with shorted studs.

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+27 is acceptable if you don't mind the tires sticking out about an inch outside the fender well. I have 18x10.5 +27 offset wheels, and not even close to rubbing.

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I run 19 X 10s on my '12 LS. 35 mm et on front and 48 mm on rear. 275 35s on front and 295 30 on rear. VERY pleased w/ this set up.Sportline springs - 2 " drop on rear and 1.5" in front. So you might check into these offsets.
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