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So I had seen a post on fitment industries of a Q60 running 19x10.5 +35 sq setup. According to a online calculator compared to stock, that would sit the wheels about 14mm closer to suspension struts. Any insight to whether or not this is possible to run? Had heard from someone that details arent always correct on FI website. It was a set of gram lights 57dr.

 

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I'm running Vorsteiner V-FF 112s, 20x10 et 35, on my AWD. it's the same fitment as the front wheel on a GT-R.

Here's how the inside wheel edge compares to the steering knuckle during a test fit:
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So another 1/4" will get you closer, but you also need to be mindful of the tire width, too, since you may not rub the wheel, the tire may rub, depending on you width selection. I went with 255/35R20s, which provide a slight sidewall stretch.
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Good luck!
 
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I'm running Vorsteiner V-FF 112s, 20x10 et 35, on my AWD. it's the same fitment as the front wheel on a GT-R.

Here's how the inside wheel edge compares to the steering knuckle during a test fit:
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So another 1/4" will get you closer, but you also need to be mindful of the tire width, too, since you may not rub the wheel, the tire may rub, depending on you width selection. I went with 255/35R20s, which provide a slight sidewall stretch.
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Good luck!
Oof…so going to 10.5 is def going to cut it close….may need to run 5-10mm spacers. Ive seen ppl run 10.5 +22 perfectly fine with meaty tires
 
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