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    Quote Originally Posted by rguti153 View Post
    Those in that picture are apex arc 8 189.5 et 35 squared . I had them in my previous old zhp. I was running 245/35/18 on bc coilovers and rolled fenders Attachment 38684

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    Oh wow I love it, I was thinking 9.5 squared setup too. How are they with stock zhp suspension, will they complement each other in giving a comfortable ride?

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    You will need to roll your rear fenders to run 9.5 ET35 on the rear. They don't rub on Coupes, but do on sedans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMBBS View Post
    You will need to roll your rear fenders to run 9.5 ET35 on the rear. They don't rub on Coupes, but do on sedans.
    Might do 8.5 then.

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    Check out an 18x9" with 41 ET in the D-Force LTW5. Or Modbargains offers a couple staggered set of CSL reps, like the VMR, or the Sportline 8S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMBBS View Post
    You will need to roll your rear fenders to run 9.5 ET35 on the rear. They don't rub on Coupes, but do on sedans.
    No, they rub on coupes too. Unless you're stock height.

    I think Apex has a 18x9 now with profile 3. That would have made things a bit easier when I was fitting the ARC-8's on Brian N's sedan (the picture of the black sedan OP linked). Of course, back then, we had to do things the hard way and pioneer everything lol But we ran 255s. Even 255s are a little stretched imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillieidiot View Post
    No, they rub on coupes too. Unless you're stock height.

    I think Apex has a 18x9 now with profile 3. That would have made things a bit easier when I was fitting the ARC-8's on Brian N's sedan (the picture of the black sedan OP linked). Of course, back then, we had to do things the hard way and pioneer everything lol But we ran 255s. Even 255s are a little stretched imo.
    The way to go is the 18x9 et 30 I believe that's the size they have now .

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