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Old 05-06-2013, 01:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Will staggered 18 in rims - 8.5/9.5 fit on a 5th gen

I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with wide 18s. I found a set that I really like for a good price but they are staggered, 8.5 in front and 9.5 on the rear. Offset is ET30 on the 8.5s and on the 9.5s. Is it possible these will fit, and if so what size tires could/should I use? I searched in this forum but couldn't seem to find anything relating to these sizes. If there is such a thread, please direct me to it. Thanks for any and all advice!
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they are in the stickies right above where you just posted.
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should fit. im running 17x8 +45, 17x9 +45 with 215 and 225 tires. if you plan on running low, then you need smaller stretched tires. i'd look thru that thread though!
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I'm in a similar boat I found a set 18x8 with +42 offset, manufacturer says that it fits but the info in here says it wont ANY HELP???
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