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19" offset question for narrow body


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Ive searched and saw the charts and numbers for 18" offset but I cant seem to find much for 19".

Does anyone know if rims with these offsets are ok for a C4?

8.5" Front, Offest ET47

10" Rear, Offset ET56

Thanks

Hmm, I do not have my car at the moment or I could tell you what my offsets are. I have 19x11, 19x9?, They are champion Moto. wheels maybe you could find out through them? They just need to know that they are the 3piece forged aluminum ones. They are not typically avail. to the public from what I understand. GL

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i want to put a set of 18's w/ an offset of 48 for fronts and 50 for the rears. what are the correct spacers need to used these rims

what size 18s are you planning to put on. The lower the offset the more it will stick out so you wont need spacers the question is would they rub against your fenders. Specially the fronts when you turn. It's .6693 inches

difference on the rears and .1575 in the fronts. If the wheels are the same size with oem(original equipment manufacturer).

looks like youll be ok with those offset. But don't take my word make sure, Measure how much room you have. I can't measure mine anymore I just remember theres little room for spacers when i had my originals

http://www.wheelsmaster.com/rt_specs.jsp

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Ive searched and saw the charts and numbers for 18" offset but I cant seem to find much for 19".

Does anyone know if rims with these offsets are ok for a C4?

8.5" Front, Offest ET47

10" Rear, Offset ET56

Thanks

19" 997 oem wheels with

8.5" Fronts & 11.5" Rears

55mm Fronts & 67mm Rears

fits mine just to give you an idea. But mine is only a 2 wheel drive, I think we have same offsets. Turbos and c4s are diff.

19's will look better but it wont handle as good as 18's. 18's is whats design for our car. If you don't race them you should be ok. I have 19's now I feel the road more. I'll get another set of 18's oem 5 spokes for the track later. Post pictures if you get em. Have a good day!

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Ive searched and saw the charts and numbers for 18" offset but I cant seem to find much for 19".

Does anyone know if rims with these offsets are ok for a C4?

8.5" Front, Offest ET47

10" Rear, Offset ET56

Thanks

You can call up Wheeldynamics who sell a lot of 19's to 996 owners. I have a 996 C2 CAB and the VE 19"s fit pretty well, I have 2" lowered H&R coilovers but they dont rub at all. They are 19x8 19x9.5 I cant remember the offset but I am so surprised that people are able to run 19x11 on the rear. For those numbers you got, I doubt you can run them unless you have rolled guards, a tad more camber.... Cheers

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