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another member, ONE to hate, has had or still has g35 wheels on his ride. search for his thread in this section. i think he had some small issues with offets...particularly in the rear.
that is correct but Mac had the 18" g35 wheels.

the 19" G35 forged wheels are
front 19x8 +30
rear 19x8.5 +33

if you want to run these wheels you'd have to get your fenders rolled and/or pulled. also, you'd want to run the smallest profile tire like 215/35, which will give you a slight stretch on the rear wheels
 

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yea they gonna be to wide. i wouldnt put anything more then 8" wide.. thats the problem with g35's they staggered so u gonna have a problem wit sumthign rubbing most likely
 

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g35 18's on my car. the rears rub if you ht a bump too hard. stiffer shocks and springs (not necessarily lower) will remedy that, or a fender roll.

i'm running 225/40. the 215/35 wouldn't rub as much, but the ride would be horrible. running on the 225/40 is quite comfortable

 

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I'm planning to put gs300 wheels on my car.. they have +50 offset, and I'm really worried about rubbing in the rear as well as not getting full rotation of the steering wheel without rubbing.

Has anyone put gs300 wheels on their car? i believe they're 17" rims and 8" wide. planning to put 235/40/R17 tires on em.
 

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I put the G35x 17s on my car two days ago....and with a 2 inch lower and 25mm spacers the rears rubbed rediculously......Then I also found out that if you do not have the proper lug nuts then you will get crazy vibration on the highway....I hate these wheels so much!!! But I am determine to make them work.....I have 225 45 17 Yokohama S Drives all around and I want to get the best use out of them possible.....But to make them work I have to....

1. Raise my rear to stock height bcuz I dont have coilovers
2. Find some sort of sleve to take up the slack inside the mounting holes because the lug nuts are floating which is causing vibration......FML :facepalm:
 

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I put the G35x 17s on my car two days ago....and with a 2 inch lower and 25mm spacers the rears rubbed rediculously......Then I also found out that if you do not have the proper lug nuts then you will get crazy vibration on the highway....I hate these wheels so much!!! But I am determine to make them work.....I have 225 45 17 Yokohama S Drives all around and I want to get the best use out of them possible.....But to make them work I have to....

1. Raise my rear to stock height bcuz I dont have coilovers
2. Find some sort of sleve to take up the slack inside the mounting holes because the lug nuts are floating which is causing vibration......FML :facepalm:
i'm using the tuner lugs with the key that fits inside, like the 6-point and 10 point ones. try shimmying the wheels as u tighten the lugs. after putting 2 lugs in if the wheel still moves around then you may want to try either the tuner lugs or the logs off of an accord that had ALLOY WHEELS not HUBCAPS. the hubcap lugnuts have a flare that hold the hubcaps on.
 

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i'm using the tuner lugs with the key that fits inside, like the 6-point and 10 point ones. try shimmying the wheels as u tighten the lugs. after putting 2 lugs in if the wheel still moves around then you may want to try either the tuner lugs or the logs off of an accord that had ALLOY WHEELS not HUBCAPS. the hubcap lugnuts have a flare that hold the hubcaps on.

Where did you get the lugs from?
 

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Yeah...my wheels need the shank type lugs....but I am still confused as to why I am getting heavy vibration coming from my wheels after 60mph.....Idk but I am going to get to the bottom of this!!!...lol
 

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Yeah...my wheels need the shank type lugs....but I am still confused as to why I am getting heavy vibration coming from my wheels after 60mph.....Idk but I am going to get to the bottom of this!!!...lol
If you bought the tires used there could be a flat spot causing that vibration. Just a thought.
 

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g35 18's on my car. the rears rub if you ht a bump too hard. stiffer shocks and springs (not necessarily lower) will remedy that, or a fender roll.

i'm running 225/40. the 215/35 wouldn't rub as much, but the ride would be horrible. running on the 225/40 is quite comfortable

what color is that? i want to that to my hubcaps real bad that color is sick
 
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