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So I got new rims for my 2003 350z. There 19x8.75 front and 19x9.75 rear. And the offset is +15mm all around. My car is sitting at stock height. Are those good size rims for stock height? And should I add spacers to the rear for a flusher look?

And what size tires should I get for these rims?
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Welcome. Who makes these alloy wheels? Never heard on wheels with 3/4 inch widths.
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Welcome. Who makes these alloy wheels? Never heard on wheels with 3/4 inch widths.
Huh?
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welcome. Who makes these alloy wheels? Never heard on wheels with 3/4 inch widths.
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Ah- never looked at XXR wheels closely, but without any in-depth knowledge, maybe you'd like to review this thread:


XXR Wheels Thread - MY350Z.COM Forums
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I agree on the width you have given on your XXR WHEELS. Never heard of this kind of precise
spec.
At any rate,say your rears are about a inch larger than the front.
This is good.
IMO,19's aregreat for a street wheel.They look balanced with the 350Z.
If you were doing any track time. 18's are best.
With XXR,a more lower priced wheel (and heavy),I'm thinking you are just street.
The offsets (+15)are OK. In fact,I would not think of adding spacers for a stock height.

Recomend a 225/40/19 or,255/35/19 for the fronts
245/40/19 or,275/35/19 for the rear.
I'd do the 40 series if it was me.
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Recomend a 225/40/19 or,255/35/19 for the fronts
245/40/19 or,275/35/19 for the rear.
I'd do the 40 series if it was me.
totally agree with the tire specs. By the way we sell nice Toyo Proxes in this size, you can check them out on our site: Toyo | Tires CARiD.com

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