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Old 12-12-2012, 10:00 AM   #81
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Pardon my grammar errors was thinking faster than typing gets me all the time lol
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Old 12-29-2012, 04:16 PM   #82
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I have a set of 2006 G35 Rims the size are:
Front: 19x8
Rear: 19x8.5

I found this on a thread: "The G35 Coupe 19" Rays wheel is 19x8 with a 30mm offest (front) and 19x8.5 with 33mm offset (rear)"

Also found this: "The 19's come with 225/40/19 tires (front) and 245/40/19 tires (rear)....if you use the stock tires, there is a good chance the rears will rub because of the relative high aspect ratio



What tire sizes are correct for my 5th gen 2003 Maxima? I bought 245x35 19 but they are rubbing. I have been getting different tire sizes from everyone i ask. TireRack.com was no help! Thanks.

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Old 01-29-2013, 09:45 PM   #83
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looking at some 18x9 wheels with +45 offset (oem replacements) and i was wondering what kind of spacing i'd need. i'll be lowered either 2 1/2 or 3 inches

btw I'm in a 95

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Old 03-11-2013, 06:59 AM   #84
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I have 205 50 r17 on 17x7 42 offset, no spacers. Would a 235 55 r17 fit on a 92 with these wheels? No drop. I figured it out.

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Old 03-17-2013, 08:53 PM   #85
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Hello fellas,

I'm looking to purchase some wheels and would like to know if they would fit.

I have a 03 maxima and the wheel spec I'm looking at is:

Front 8.5 x 19
Rear 10.5 x 19

Offset for front and back are +22

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Old 03-18-2013, 10:26 AM   #86
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Old 04-05-2013, 05:36 PM   #87
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Hello there, I noticed that the 15 inch steel standard rim looks different between a 99 and 2000 maxima according to the pics on ebay and ackewheel.com, will a 99 steel rim fit a 2000 to replace the bad one?
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:38 AM   #88
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Hello there, I noticed that the 15 inch steel standard rim looks different between a 99 and 2000 maxima according to the pics on ebay and ackewheel.com, will a 99 steel rim fit a 2000 to replace the bad one?
I'm wondering this as well, I have a 97 I30t with extensive body damage & trying to make a move on 20th anniversary se. Will my factory bbs 15's (powder coated black & wrapped in falken's) clear the brakes? Thx

Eventually I'd like to get rpf1's

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Old 05-30-2013, 07:57 PM   #89
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I've tried searching but I keep getting no results so please excuse me if this has been answered elsewhere -

I just got a 2000 Maxima GLE and I'm thinking of replacing the wheels with some 2007 Mazdaspeed3 wheels I have leftover. The MS3 wheel specs are:

18 x 7
offset 52.5
5 x 114.3
centerbore 67.1

I don't plan any other mods to suspension and would buy tires to fit.
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Old 11-06-2013, 05:41 AM   #90
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I'm looking to do a new set of wheels on my 4th gen and was wondering if you guys could help me with some fitment. Would a 19x8.5 in the front with a +35mm offset, and a 19x9.5 with a +40mm offset, with a 73.1mm center bore fit? The car is sitting on ksport coilover sleeves and its slammed pretty good.
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Old 11-11-2013, 10:47 PM   #91
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Just some assurance

I am looking at getting some wheels for my '02. They are XXR 530's which measure 18x8.75 with a +33 offset. Can I get away with running 235/45's or would it be better to just stick to 235/40's. The only reason I am considering 235/45's is because my roads are crap where I live. Thank you in advance.
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Old 11-13-2013, 01:52 AM   #92
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need an opinion please

I have a '13 Max that I'm doing 20x9 up front and 20x10.5 rear. My question is with the offset...I think I'm going with +35 in the front but not sure about the rear. Was thinking either +42 or +45. I'm looking for it to be flush without having to roll my fenders and I'll be sitting on Eibach springs. Thoughts...opinions??? I'm having the rims made and they can be whatever offset I want them to be.
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I am looking at getting some wheels for my '02. They are XXR 530's which measure 18x8.75 with a +33 offset. Can I get away with running 235/45's or would it be better to just stick to 235/40's. The only reason I am considering 235/45's is because my roads are crap where I live. Thank you in advance.
You sure those aren't 18x8.5" Seems like a strange width.

I've got 8.5's +33 on my car and it's fine.
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Old 11-13-2013, 02:00 PM   #94
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You sure those aren't 18x8.5" Seems like a strange width.

I've got 8.5's +33 on my car and it's fine.

I thought the same thing about the width. I called XXR and they assured me that they measure 8.75 wide. I was just wondering if I would have any rubbing issues running 235/45's or if I should just stick to 235/40's.
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Old 03-30-2014, 11:30 AM   #95
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open link help me out

i have been reading up alot of threads, and really havent found the info im looking for. i am a noob to this forum and maxima fitment etc...

*what are the perfect offsets and widths on and 18" rim for and agressive look? fenders rolled and on coils, can i go staggerd ? m looking at looking at varrstoens


http://varrstoen.com/products/es-6/#!prettyPhoto if anyone has time please help me out her click the link, thnk sin advanced
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Old 01-16-2015, 04:23 AM   #96
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How about minimum wheel ID to clear different brake configurations. This would help when fitting wheels or brakes that are not OE/Nissan/Infinity. I would like to swap 6th gen brakes but am unsure of fitment with my 'Stang rims.
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Old 07-13-2015, 08:22 AM   #97
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will there be a problem if i put 9.75" up front?

I want the same depth in rim design on both front and rear.

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https://maxima.org/forums/tires-whee...h-5th-gen.html
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Old 07-20-2015, 09:07 AM   #98
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having considered how my stock wheels look, i think going with a 8.75 instead of 9.75 will work better, the back wheels need a lot more negative offset than the front to match up or even a give staggered look.

just hoping this will line up nicely ... even without spacers:
Front: 18'' 8.75" +20mm (glad they come with 20mm up front for diff size too)
Back: 18" 9.75" +20mm

XXR 530
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Old 10-23-2015, 07:39 AM   #100
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19x9.5
19x8.5
offset is 30 and 35.


Will this fit on a 2003 max?
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Old 03-01-2017, 06:17 PM   #101
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I figured I'd try this thread before starting a new one.

I have a 2003 Maxima with the 17" wheels, and I'm looking for the opposite of the questions I usually see: what are the SMALLEST wheels I can fit on this?

The fitment calculators don't do me any good at this point since I don't have a specific set of wheels in mind.

I'm just wondering what the smallest wheels are so that when it's time for new tires I can get cheaper ones. Not looking for looks or performance, I'm just a cheapskate lol
Not looking for smaller for winter only, or lowrider, or whatever, just a more commonly/cheaper available tire.

Saw this thread: http://www.nissanforums.com/a34-2004...ze-wheels.html where he says he found 16" wheels that fit, but that link is dead.

Are there measurements I should take of my existing rotors, offset, etc., or is there an existing thread where someone put smaller wheels on?
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^4th gen 16s can fit, offset will need to be below +30 to around +45 somewhere in that region. 15s will definitely fit in the rear, the fronts im not sure if the brakes are a bit too big(I SERIOUSLY doubt they are but better safe then sorry).

I can see where you are trying to go with this. A lot of guys use to run mazda millennium wheels for their track wheels and tires and throw slicks on them however they were tiny. They were 15x6s but weighed like 10lbs. So they were able to lose a lot of unsprung wieght from the hubs, better for accel of course however the other effect is better MPGs as im sure you know. However those millennium wheels were ugly lol.

If you can find a set of the 90s Infiniti BBS they should go for cheap and they are small and light. Somebody on here was running Mercury Grand Marquis mesh wheels, which were 16x7s but were also light, they can be found for cheap aswell. Once your at a 16 im not sure exactly how much cheaper tires can become so if you really want to save money after than just buy another car, some sort of EG civic will do the trick.
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will these wheels fit?

17x9.5 +38 255/40/17 5th gen on coils w standard brakes.
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