Does anybody know if G35 sedan has a FWD Offset?

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Does anybody know if G35 sedan has a FWD Offset?

Postby JayRock360 » Fri Jun 20, 2003 12:05 pm

I'm was looking at buying these rims for my 2003 G35 Sedan. They are 18x17.5 Kronix Biohazzard rims. I thought they made them in RWD but found out only in FWD. Someone told me to check to see if the G35 has a FWD offset because then they might work...check out the rims. here's the link

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Postby vq35de » Fri Jun 20, 2003 12:05 pm

the g35 sedan has a +45 offset, which is an offset usually found on FWD cars, yes

18x7.5 most people are going with a +42 offset.

U R spending a whole lot of money on rims and tires, take the time to learn what each number in the measurements means.

Learn how to calculate tire diameter, revs/mile, offset from the fender lip, etc from parameters given like 225/50/WR17 and offset, bolt pattern, rim, section and tread width measurements. A salesman may have too many of one type of wheel and is trying to sell you "anything that works" but might end up looking goofy as hell

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