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  1. #11

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    Aug 2007


    I'd like to see some size and offset specs here to make this a true FAQ. I know the Limited's 17s are 7.0" wide, but I have no idea what the offset is.

    I'm looking to upgrade to 19s. However, the wheel I intend on buying is an old model, so my options are limited. All I can find it in is 9.0" wide, with two different offsets: 35 and 20.

    Now, looking at Discount Tire, all their 19" offerings for the Azera are 8.0" wide, with either a 35 or 40 mm offset. Is there ANY chance that the 9.0" w/ wheel will fit without rubbing issues for the tire??? If so, would I be better off going with the 35 or 20 mm offset?

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  3. #12
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    Sep 2008


    Okay I know this is a little belated but heres what I have learned about wheels and the Azera. Currently I have an H&R drop (1.5&1.3 inches) on 19 inch 2pc Wald Dutchlets that are 8.5 in the front with a 38+ offset? and 9.5 in the rear with maybe +40 offset. So far I believe the Azera can fit 10.5-11 inch tires in the rear due to the fact I have 275/45/19 in tires on my rears which can fit up to size 11. Also I have fit my 9.5's in the front with little rub. With all this said your ride height and fender clearance should be taken into account. Also you will need a fender roll for any wheels thats 8-8.5 inches wide or a lower offset than stock. Also my ride quality kinda sucks on the big wheels and the handling is not too sharp, on the other hand I have endless grip and better wet traction. So whatever your going for do you homework and dont but wheels that look all sunken in, dont be affraid to get a tad aggressive, watch out, however, for center bores....always check the center bore is bigger than 67.1...I have to sell a set of Lowenharts because of that..

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    Dec 2010


    You could go deep into the offset, even though you may need to roll fender. I was going to get 20-inch sides, but wayy too big for this car. I would say not more than 18 mabe 19, but if you go away 17 VIP to get some nice depth and a good offset. 1) What offset do I contact? 2) What is the bolt pattern of Azerbaijan? 5 x 114.3? 3) What is safe to live in the wide fender rubbing? 18 x 18 x 7.5 or 8? 4) What size tires are the options? 235/50-18? I want more low-profile rubber.

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