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Old 10-11-2017, 03:03 AM
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Hey guys, I have a 2015 W205 C63S with 20mm spacers in the front and 15mm spacers in the rear as of now. It is on stock ride height and I am thinking about ordering the height adjustable KW springs to get the tire to fender fitment. I am also looking into aftermarket wheels and I was wondering what is the most aggressive offset wheels (19 inch & without spacers) and tires I can get without rubbing issues and going crazy low or camber. I wanna see what you guys did with your cars and what kind of setup you guys are running.













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Hey guys, I have a 2015 W205 C63S with 20mm spacers in the front and 15mm spacers in the rear as of now. It is on stock ride height and I am thinking about ordering the height adjustable KW springs to get the tire to fender fitment. I am also looking into aftermarket wheels and I was wondering what is the most aggressive offset wheels (19 inch & without spacers) and tires I can get without rubbing issues and going crazy low or camber. I wanna see what you guys did with your cars and what kind of setup you guys are
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car looks great with the spacers but would be nice with just a bit of a drop. I went with a set of 20" wheels 9 and 10.5" but not sure of the offset as we went back and forth so many times to get it right. as soon as i got the wheels i installed the KW HAS kit. No issues with rubbing however this car has a natural camber so lowering makes tire wear much worse as others have posted.
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I might could help here.... 😏






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I really like the set up that you have but I am not really looking for 20 inch wheel options since I like the meaty tire look. I would still appreciate the offset of those wheels if you can find out what they are. Thanks
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My wheels are 19s 😜
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you have some aggressive fitment dude... all my friends would die if I show them the picture of your car. The tuck on that bad boy is crazy and from what I've seen with my car when I was working on it was that these fenders were kind of pre-rolled from the factory which makes it easier to get an aggressive stance. I am not looking to do that low with my car because personally, I prefer the looks of track spec-ish fitment. I would still appreciate it if you could tell me what your offset is.
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Haha my car is bagged. I guess I'll be nice and tell you my specs 🙄

19x9 et40 245/35 nt05
19x10 et60 275/35 nt05

Running a 15mm spacer up front so really they could be et25ish, rears could be closer to et55 but it's almost touching the tire when I air out so it's good where it's at.

Front of this car is almost widebodied compared to the rear, it's weird.
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..... lowering makes tire wear much worse as others have posted.
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I didn't do any of the precise measurements but based on just eyeballing it, I think I can run 19x9.5 +35 in the front and 19x10.5 +47 in the rear. I should get underneath my car and make measurements by mm to get the best stance possible. For tires, im thinking about 265/35/19 in the front and 285/35/19 in the rear.
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Those are the exact tires and rim sizes (except for the offset, trying to figure it out too) that I'm looking for. If there are anymore sedans that can chime in, it would be great. I had some mmts but hdd crashed with all my data
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Car looks mint! i really want get 20s on my one too but not sure what offsets to go with.
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