ScionScotty said:i think they are +35, and Aireck is adding spacers to make them +30. Am I wrong?
The rear's will still look a little sucked in. Your best setup would be to get the 17x8 all around and use a OTG spacer shim in the back. This way you can rotate your tires when you need. Go with a staggard fitment if you are going to get a wheel that looks different in the back (i.e. larger lip).RAIDERBEAST said:I have no drop now, in the future I think I'll just go w/ the tein s tech that is like 1.6 drop. cant go too low unless I want to plow the roads when it snows. I will have to get these until I can afford some Iforged.
If I go 17x7+40 in the front and 17x8+35 in the rear will the rear sit flush w/the front w/no otg shims?
808sushibox said:hey steve this is an awesome deal, but here comes the deciding factor... how much shipped to hawaii 96818??
Same here, it was good to meet you too! I'm not too sure I understand about your setup. You have the OTG 10mm shim and the OTG 5mm spacer?BOXlover11 said:Aloha
Nother ? Steve........What about 17x8 with the otg 10 shims and their 5 mm spacer also???? I have the shims, but it still aint flush enough. Nice meeting you last night by the way