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      07-11-2013, 03:57 PM   #1
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Wheel guru's need your help Forgestar CF10

Whats up guys, im planning on getting some new wheels to replace my old ones. Im currently running Forgestar F10's in 20x9 + 20 something 245/35 and 20x10.5 +40 something 285/30. Im looking into getting a set of CF10's but I need help with fitment. I want to go as aggressive as I can with out rubbing. Is 20X11 with a higher offset? Yes I will be utilizing my current tires as well. Any and all help will be appreciated.


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20x11 et40 will be flush. You can go 20x11 et34 and that will poke about 6mm but with the
285's it will have some stretch which will be perfectly fine!
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      07-11-2013, 04:46 PM   #3
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thanks Lac, great help as always. Will the rears rub? How about the fronts, what size?
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thanks Lac, great help as always. Will the rears rub? How about the fronts, what size?
20x9 et13 is super flush almost poking a bit. I don't recommend you going that low.

Be safe and go with a et18 or so.
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OK, so your recommending these sizes:

fronts: 20x9 +18
rears: 20x11 +34

No rubbing on my H&R drop?

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20x9 et13 is super flush almost poking a bit. I don't recommend you going that low.

Be safe and go with a et18 or so.
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This is 10x20 ET27 and 11x20 ET35 with 255/35-20 and 285/30-20 Michelin PSS



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This is 10x20 ET27 and 11x20 ET35 with 255/35-20 and 285/30-20 Michelin PSS



any rubbing? what suspension?
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This is 10x20 ET27 and 11x20 ET35 with 255/35-20 and 285/30-20 Michelin PSS



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any rubbing? what suspension?
KW Var.3 coilover and no rubbing at all
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I've got 20x9 ET26 and 20X11 ET46, tires are Michelin PSS 255/35 + 295/30 and KWv3 drop. No rubbing



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I've got 20x9 ET26 and 20X11 ET46, tires are Michelin PSS 255/35 + 295/30 and KWv3 drop. No rubbing



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Car should of came like this from factory.
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I've got 20x9 ET26 and 20X11 ET46, tires are Michelin PSS 255/35 + 295/30 and KWv3 drop. No rubbing



Perfection!


Car should of came like this from factory.
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xdeedubx... I think the CF10's come in 21's... ever consider that?.. =)
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hey Bryan,

Did you ever decide on an offset for your wheels? I just got a 535i and wanted to run a 20x9 , 20x11 set up with a H&R drop. Wanted to see what you ended up doing.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
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hey Bryan,

Did you ever decide on an offset for your wheels? I just got a 535i and wanted to run a 20x9 , 20x11 set up with a H&R drop. Wanted to see what you ended up doing.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
If you look up on this thread a bit forum member @remmib is running the exact wheel width you're inquiring about.
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I've got 20x9 ET26 and 20X11 ET46, tires are Michelin PSS 255/35 + 295/30 and KWv3 drop. No rubbing



I know you donít have these wheels anymore but do you remember what face these were? Semi, deep etc
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I've got 20x9 ET26 and 20X11 ET46, tires are Michelin PSS 255/35 + 295/30 and KWv3 drop. No rubbing



I know you don’t have these wheels anymore but do you remember what face these were? Semi, deep etc
I do have the same wheels, and I believe the face profile is the medium one.
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