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Hey is anybody running the vmr v710 on there G8? If so what mods did u have to do besides rolling the fenders on a 20x10 rim and what size tire are u using
 

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Gonna move this to the wheel and tire forum, maybe you'll get a better response there...
 

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Not a problem!!
 

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With the offsets and VMR offers in 20x10, you're gonna have to rull and pull if you want to fit the proper sized tire for a 10" wheel.

Do a search on VMR, there are a ton of threads.
 

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I'm' running the Gts wheels. They are 10'' on the rear with a 275-30/20. I just had to roll the rear fenders. The car is lowered on Ebiach springs as well.
 

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I'm' running the Gts wheels. They are 10'' on the rear with a 275-30/20. I just had to roll the rear fenders. The car is lowered on Ebiach springs as well.
Thanks I spoke to another guy and he said the same thing...I have h&r springs
 

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I'm' running the Gts wheels. They are 10'' on the rear with a 275-30/20. I just had to roll the rear fenders. The car is lowered on Ebiach springs as well.
You need to let him know the offset or your setting false expectations.
 

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You need to let him know the offset or your setting false expectations.
The guy thts running the vmr v710 said all he did was roll the fenders.....I want to get those or the v703 they both have same offset. Shud I be fine?
 

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He said he's running GTS wheels.

Unless GTS and VMR are exactly the same thing, then you're comparing apples to oranges.

VMR 20x10 +35 will rub a stock fender. If you roll your fenders flat, you can probably get away with a 275, but you may run into bumper bracket issues too since you're lowered. You might even rub the lip still, as ideally with 20x10 you want to be +50 to +60 in my opinion.

Now, as for his GTS wheels, I have no idea what the offsets are, so I cant help.
 

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He said he's running GTS wheels.

Unless GTS and VMR are exactly the same thing, then you're comparing apples to oranges.

VMR 20x10 +35 will rub a stock fender. If you roll your fenders flat, you can probably get away with a 275, but you may run into bumper bracket issues too since you're lowered. You might even rub the lip still, as ideally with 20x10 you want to be +50 to +60 in my opinion.

Now, as for his GTS wheels, I have no idea what the offsets are, so I cant help.
The offset for the vmr 20x10 is 20/35
For the 19x10 its 20/38 so thats 3mm?
 

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The offset for the vmr 20x10 is 20/35
For the 19x10 its 20/38 so thats 3mm?
20x10 +20 or +35 is thier options.
19x10 +20 or +38 is thier options.

19x10 +38 and 20x10 +35 is a 3mm difference, you are correct. +38 will be 3mm more tucked under the lip.
 

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20x10 +20 or +35 is thier options.
19x10 +20 or +38 is thier options.

19x10 +38 and 20x10 +35 is a 3mm difference, you are correct. +38 will be 3mm more tucked under the lip.
Ok so I wud need to make sure they are +35 offset right
 

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