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Old 05-01-2017, 04:57 PM   #1
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19" 9.5J Alloys fit?

Hi all,
Does anyone know if a 19" 9.5j with a 20 ET fit on the rear of a GT without needing arches rolled? Its got a 275/35 tyre.
And std suspension?

I have worked out the tyre with stick out 33mm more and rim 32mm more that the std 17" 8j ET 33 with 235/50 tyre

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Old 05-01-2017, 05:14 PM   #2
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Although i cant remember 100% i am pretty sure that's the same size/offset i had on mine, and i went on to fit spacers, then it needed slight arch work.
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Although i cant remember 100% i am pretty sure that's the same size/offset i had on mine, and i went on to fit spacers, then it needed slight arch work.
Ok thanks. So it sounds like it will fit.
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I'm running 19x10s at ET35 with a 20mm spacer (so same as ET15) on the rear - no probs.
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I'm running 19x10s at ET35 with a 20mm spacer (so same as ET15) on the rear - no probs.
So 19x9.5 with ET20 will fit fine then, I had a measure up and I was 100% sure the arches would need rolling (which I don't want to do).

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They'll fit no problem at all bud
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What he said ;)
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