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Old 11-09-2011, 07:20 PM   #41
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Isn't avant garde the company that only makes wheels in euro bolt patterns? If so, you would need adapters to run them. I could be wrong, but just verify that before buying.
the auction is for maxima wheels so Will see, I am debating still. I might just go 19" with a mesh look
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Old 11-11-2011, 12:01 PM   #43
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the auction is for maxima wheels so Will see, I am debating still. I might just go 19" with a mesh look
By all means, if they are in fact selling them in our bolt pattern, get them. They are beautiful wheels. Just double check with the seller to make sure they are the correct specs. Either way, on a 6th gen you can most likely run your wheels a little more aggressive than previous generations. So an adaptor or spaced would probably do you good.
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By all means, if they are in fact selling them in our bolt pattern, get them. They are beautiful wheels. Just double check with the seller to make sure they are the correct specs. Either way, on a 6th gen you can most likely run your wheels a little more aggressive than previous generations. So an adaptor or spaced would probably do you good.
Love the stance on yours, what are you running?
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Old 11-14-2011, 01:16 AM   #45
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I'm still lost. So lets say I buy these new RPM r505 rims and they are 19x9.5, what tires would fit that?
245/40R/19 THESE ARE THE STOCK SIZE FOR TRE 2010 MAX ITH THE SPORTS PACKAGE MAKE SURE U GET ALL SEASON CAUSE THE TIRES THAT COME FROM THE FACTORY AND TOTALLY SUCK IN T5HE SNOW
http://www.tirerack.com/index_w.jsp THE ONLY SIGHT U WILL NEED IT IS SO COOL U CAN OUT ALL THE INFO ABOUT UR CAR EVEN THE COLOR AND SEE WHAT THE TIRE WOULD LOOK LIKE ON THE CAR B 4 U EVEN HAVE TO BUY THEM THATS WHERE I GET MY TIRES U CAN EVEN GET PACKAGE DEALS TIRES WHEELS TMPS SENSORS MOUNTED AND BALLANCES SHIPPED RIGHT TO UR DOOR WVWEYTHING INCLUDEDED EVEN LUG NUGHTS THESE ARE WHAT I PUT ON MY MAX AND GET COMPLIMENTS AT EVERY RED LIGHT I LOVE THEM

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[quote=BIG6988;8269166]245/40R/19 THESE ARE THE STOCK SIZE FOR TRE 2010 MAX ITH THE SPORTS PACKAGE MAKE SURE U GET ALL SEASON CAUSE THE TIRES THAT COME FROM THE FACTORY AND TOTALLY SUCK IN T5HE SNOW
http://www.tirerack.com/index_w.jsp THE ONLY SIGHT U WILL NEED IT IS SO COOL U CAN OUT ALL THE INFO ABOUT UR CAR EVEN THE COLOR AND SEE WHAT THE TIRE WOULD LOOK LIKE ON THE CAR B 4 U EVEN HAVE TO BUY THEM THATS WHERE I GET MY TIRES U CAN EVEN GET PACKAGE DEALS TIRES WHEELS TMPS SENSORS MOUNTED AND BALLANCES SHIPPED RIGHT TO UR DOOR WVWEYTHING INCLUDEDED EVEN LUG NUGHTS THESE ARE WHAT I PUT ON MY MAX AND GET COMPLIMENTS AT EVERY RED LIGHT I LOVE THEM

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Old 12-08-2011, 12:58 PM   #47
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Got a 93 Maxima. What tires would fit 18x8 rims with a 2" drop?
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Old 12-08-2011, 01:00 PM   #48
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I heard 235/40/18 would be good. But would there be rubbing issues in front? Or just go 225/35/18 on front?
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Old 01-01-2012, 12:22 PM   #49
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will these work on my 96?

18x9 +30 something and 18x10.5 +30 something
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:13 PM   #50
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Can someone please tell me the offset for 2011 Maxima with OEM 18X8 wheel? I have searched and searched the internet but no definitive answer. I thought it was +38 until some posted in this thread that it is +50. I've emailed Nissan and my dealership but have not heard back yet. Thanks
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#350z rims on 2008 Maxima

Hey I'm wondering if these 2004 350z rims i got from a friend will fit correctly on my 2008 maxima. The tires currently on my maxima are 245/40/19 and the Z tires i want to put on there are 245/45/18 and 225/45/18. The bolt pattern is the same and i think they should work fine without rubbing but would like some more expert opinions on the topic.
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Old 03-23-2012, 08:34 PM   #52
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sup org,

i have my heart set on these rims ive come across but this offset thing is confusing the hell out of me. my biggest fear is that i will buy them and they will stick out of the fender like a go kart. spacers i can deal with. im hoping, if i have this right, i should need a +25mm spacer? i have some specs i was hoping someone could give me some knowledge.

Size: 18"x9"
Offset: +10mm
Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3
Center Bore: 73.1mm


thanks for all the help org

heres a link to the style
http://www.ebay.com/itm/18-5x114-3-R...ht_2078wt_1270

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Old 03-23-2012, 09:31 PM   #53
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i have my heart set on these rims ive come across but this offset thing is confusing the hell out of me. my biggest fear is that i will buy them and they will stick out of the fender like a go kart. spacers i can deal with. im hoping, if i have this right, i should need a +25mm spacer? i have some specs i was hoping someone could give me some knowledge.
Too aggressive. Don't bother.
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Old 03-23-2012, 09:47 PM   #54
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Too aggressive. Don't bother.
Too aggressive? What exactly do you mean? Is it just not worth it to get the fitment right? Or will the have major ugly pokeage
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Old 03-23-2012, 10:02 PM   #55
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Too aggressive? What exactly do you mean? Is it just not worth it to get the fitment right? Or will the have major ugly pokeage
It's gonna poke almost 20mm all around.
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those are nice but with that offset +10 HELL NO and with a 25mm spacer F*CK NO lol

the spacer will change the offset +10 to -15 which = too much pokeage as chrisman stated above

i think you have the idea of spacer backwards.

the higher the offset, the more the wheel will sit inward/tucked within fender/wheel well

the lower the offset, the more the wheel will sit outward/poke out toward fender
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Old 03-23-2012, 10:17 PM   #57
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It's gonna poke almost 20mm all around.
Aww man bummer looks like I'm going to the first choice g35 coupe wheels

thanks again
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Considering replacing my stock '02 SE rims with OEM '12 Juke rims. They can be found cheap enough on craigslist...

Nissan 17" x 7", 5 x 114.3 bolt pattern, 47mm offset

These should be plug and play, right?
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Considering replacing my stock '02 SE rims with OEM '12 Juke rims. These should be plug and play, right?
As long as the center bore is 66.1 like most OEM Nissan wheels, you should be fine.
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I am thinking about getting 09-2012 altima wheels there 18 x 8 with an offset of 45mm. I am planning on lowering about 1.5 in. Will I be ok and what size tire should I get.
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I am thinking about getting 09-2012 altima wheels there 18 x 8 with an offset of 45mm. I am planning on lowering about 1.5 in. Will I be ok and what size tire should I get.
That should be fine. A little sunk but fine. I'd go with 225/40's.
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That should be fine. A little sunk but fine. I'd go with 225/40's.
Thanks man.
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That should be fine. A little sunk but fine. I'd go with 225/40's.
What do you mean by sunk and is there anyway to fix it
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What do you mean by sunk and is there anyway to fix it
Sunk as in not flush with the fenders. Probably would need 25mm spacers up front and 30mm in the rear at the very least.
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As long as the center bore is 66.1 like most OEM Nissan wheels, you should be fine.
Awesome, thanks. Googled and center bore is in fact 66.1.

I think the stock 2002 Maxima SE rims have a 45mm offset, and Juke rims have a 47mm offset. So, I don't need spacers, or anything right? I can just take the wheels off my '02 Maxima and put '11 Juke rims on and go without issues?

Appreciate the help. I'm set to pick up new take-offs with 27 miles tomorrow but wanted to make sure I wasn't buying something I can't install.

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I think the stock 2002 Maxima SE rims have a 45mm offset, and Juke rims have a 47mm offset. So, I don't need spacers, or anything right? I can just take the wheels off my '02 Maxima and put '11 Juke rims on and go without issues?
If the Juke wheels are as wide as the Maxima wheels, they'll just sit in 2mm compared to stock which isn't much at all.

You'll only need spacers if you want them to sit flush.
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if anything test fit one before you buy but im sure they'll fit fine like chrisman said
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Hey guys, Will 18x8 with 235/40/ZR18 fit on a 2000 maxima se?
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Hey guys, Will 18x8 with 235/40/ZR18 fit on a 2000 maxima SE?
They'll fit just fine.
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Would these fit?

Hub Bore: 73
Rim Width: 8.5
Offset: 20
Bolts: 5
Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3
Diameter: 19"

Found these on Ebay - ADR62 rims (black)
Can't post link atm since Ebay is blocked at work.

Edit: I don't have tire size yet, not sure which ones to buy yet.
Any suggestions?

Also, I'm a new poster, will be picking up a 2000 Maxima GXE this Saturday.
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Would these fit? ADR62 rims (black)
Should sit nice and flush on a 5th gen. I would get coilovers first though.

And 225/35s should be perfect for some baby stretch.
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Should sit nice and flush on a 5th gen. I would get coilovers first though.

And 225/35s should be perfect for some baby stretch.

Thanks for the quick response!

You have suggestions on specific coilovers?
And I'll be using them to lower first then install wheels?

These questions are probably basic things so apologize for the noobness.
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You have suggestions on specific coilovers? And I'll be using them to lower first then install wheels?
I'd suggest BCs, D2s or black KSports.

And yes, to lower the car first. The wheels would look stupid at stock height. Also to run some negative camber up front.
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I'd suggest BCs, D2s or black KSports.

And yes, to lower the car first. The wheels would look stupid at stock height. Also to run some negative camber up front.
Alright, thanks a lot. If I just let my mech know what I plan to do he should be able to know how much lowering to do, right?
I don't wanna take the risk of installing the coilovers myself.

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Holy **** didn't even realize how expensive coilovers are.. I guess it'll take some time to get the coilovers and rims then!

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Alright, thanks a lot. If I just let my mech know what I plan to do he should be able to know how much lowering to do, right?
I don't wanna take the risk of installing the coilovers myself.
He should know but if not, take the car elsewhere.
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He should know but if not, take the car elsewhere.
Alright, thanks a lot Chris for all your help!
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Will 235-45-18 fit?

The car is currently on 18" G35 wheels with 225-45-18 in front and 245-45-18 in the back. The G35 wheels have an offset of +30 I believe. The car is lowered on Tein H-Techs and do not rub. Can I get away with 235-45-18 OR 225-50-18 all the way around without rubbing. I would like to get more tire to eliminate the wheel gap and a more comfortable ride. Thanks in advance.


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you should be able to do both since you are not that low. i had 225/45 in the front with about a pinky of gap with my g35c wheels. no rubbing at all
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I got a 02 max I got 20x8.5 f - 20x10 r 225/35/20 f - 245/35/20 r offsets 30 f and 40 r also added 10mm spacers to rear to get wheel away from shocks . Rubs in the back abit but haven't rolled fenders yet..my question I was looking at sum 18s for the winter months 18x9 f offset 30 and 18x10.5 r offset 27 will this work or am I pushing it too much..also the 18x8.5 offsets is 20 I thought was too low which I thought about the 18x9 for the fronts...oh also when I tried to put the 245/35/20s tires on the front it rubbed like crazy when turning at full lock or close to it and dnt let there b a bump or Anything tht will cause the wheel to descend or ascend sounds like my fender woulda been ripped off so I switch them to the back I had 255/35/20s in the back tht rubbed a lot so took those off I got em forsale if anyone wants em only drove 300miles on em couldn't take the rubbing
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