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Had the perfect setup ordered with a the right offsets for 19x9.5 and 10.5 but they were out of 10.5 so I HAVE to put the 9.5 in the back now and get a 8.5 for the fronts

Question is, will these offsets work ?
I want them to look flush but with these new offsets I'm sure I'll need a spacer or something. Front is 19x8.5 +30 and rear is 19x9.5 +25

Had already bought the tires for the 9.5 and 10.5 from another store so I'm stuck putting on a 255/35/19 on a 8.5 and a 285/35/19 on the 9.5

What's your opinion ? Will they fit for now ? Spacers to make them flush ? And you think those tires will be functional on those wheels.
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Before replying to the OP's question,here's a comment.

Never settle for stuff for your car. Getting in a hurry,being impatient will in the end
bite you in the butt.

Took me about 6 months to find the "perfect" wheel&tire combo.
Glad I took the time. They came in. quick bolt on. Perfect.

Yes,the tires you selected will work.
The offsets you selected are less than desireable. Depending on how "flush"
you want, you'll need some conservative spacers. Actually the fit will not be that bad. Will look
pretty close to stock.
Could be wrong,but I'd be more concerned on how the tires will raise the car.
Tire sizes will vary depending by brand. Is your car stock height?
I have a similar set up on my Z--19's. Albeit,the tire sizes are a bit smaller(275 in the rear).
I run stock height. However,with body mods--skirts,lip etc,the car appears lower.

Again,next time,take your time to do it right.
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