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May 15, 2016, 01:16 PM #0

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Hello all,

I have a 2004 G35 Coupe with the Brembo package. I found a set of rims, and was wondering if they would fit on my car. Normally I would test fit, but that can't be done as my car isn't safetied right now (I can't drive it)

The specifications are:
19x8 +9 - 215/35/19
19x9 +10 235/35/19
* Here is the link to the ad: http://www.kijiji.ca/v-tires-rims/winnipeg/work-euroline-dh/1162331410?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

Normally people run 245/45/19 for the rear, and 225/45/19 for the front.
Any advice would be super helpful, would just like to know if they would work before I pull the trigger on them.

Thank you.

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    May 15, 2016, 01:21 PM #1

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    May 15, 2016, 06:43 PM #2

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    Yes they will fit the car, but they might not clear Brembos. I think only R-disk Euroline DH will clear Z33/V35 Brembos without spacers. Maybe A-disk but I would definitely test fit, rather than cross my fingers. They are also considerably shorter than the sizes you say people normally run. I though people ran those tire sizes (225/45, 245/45) on 18" wheels, not 19", but I don't know Z/G fitment 100% off the top of my head. The sizes currently on those wheels are about right for a low stance. With those offsets, you might need to roll your fenders if you lower the car and don't intend to have a lot of camber. It'll be close, you might get away with it. Depends on the stance you choose.

      May 15, 2016, 10:23 PM #3

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      Thanks @firelizard , I will probably have to temp insure the car and then test fit to be 100% sure. I know it'll be tight as the car is already lowered. I was curious if they would fit the Brembos or not too..  :( Also, you are right that is what people run on their 18s, but my friend's G has the OEM Rays wheels, and they're also 245/45 and 225/45 for 19s as well. Thanks again man!

        May 15, 2016, 11:52 PM #4

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          Those are way narrow I wouldn't even bother for a Z/G, it'll look like it missed leg day.

          You want like a 9.5-10" front and 10.5-11" rear minimum or it will look awkward.

          The tires they come with too are also way too small.

            May 19, 2016, 09:17 PM #6

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            Same tire sizes, but on wider and much more aggressive wheels. They're not a huge amount shorter than what people are running on low static though, 225 to 255 sect. width with 35 profile.  That said, there are definitely better looking choices than those Eurolines, in terms of specs and style. Al is right that they're a lot narrower than what you could be using; the Z/G have a lot of room in their pants. 9 or 9.5 in the front, 10 to 11 in the rear with offsets mid-20s and lower (like, all the way into the negatives), on G35 coupes. You just need to decide how much camber you're willing to have and how much stretch you want to use to clear your fenders. Once you start tucking tire without air suspension, it becomes a game of millimeters to retain steering angle without mashing up your fenders.
            Last Edit: May 19, 2016, 09:27 PM by firelizard

              May 20, 2016, 01:07 AM #7

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              Thanks again @firelizard and @Winter Beater. Honestly I think the Eurolines are absolutely gorgeous on the car, but I thought those tires would look weird.. It's okay, I actually bought 19" OEM Rays for the G35, so I'll be running 245/40/19 in the front and 225/40/19 in the front. Cheers guys.

                May 20, 2016, 01:32 AM #8

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                Eurolines can look great, don't get me wrong. Those sizes are weak though, for a G/Z, like Al said. Euroline DH is a wheel that really looks dope with a lot of dish on newer cars (or less, on a 90s period style build with the right stance)

                Good choice on the OE Rays though, they're a better wheel anyways.

                  May 21, 2016, 07:24 AM #9

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                  Put some 265s up front and 305s in the rear. That'll look sweeet :D


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