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Ha Guys looking for pics of 225/40/19s tires anybody running this setup that can post pics please.

Plan on installing these on my 14s model with my eibach drop Thanks.
 

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I have 225/40/19 on my 370z Sport Ray's (19x9 +47).

They are a little smaller than stock diameter, and 245/40/19 is just a bit larger. 235/40/19 is the closest to stock, but there are hardly any options in that size. I initially tried 245/40/19 and with the 370Z offset the front had some rubbing issues at full lock. I was able to fix most of it, but didn't have time then to spend more time fixing it completely so just went with 225/40/19 for now.

 

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I have 225/40/19 on my 370z Sport Ray's (19x9.5).

They are a little smaller than stock diameter, and 245/40/19 is just a bit larger. 235/40/19 is the closest to stock, but there are hardly any options in that size. I initially tried 245/40/19 and with the 370Z offset the front had some rubbing issues at full lock. I was able to fix most of it, but didn't have time then to spend more time fixing it completely so just went with 225/40/19 for now.

Thanks that really helpful info , and your car looks stunning in the pic with the rims and tires.
I just ordered Pirelli Cinturato P7 a/s in 235/40/19 and yes there is almost no option in this size without spending a fortune these set me back $216 a tire ouch. And the reviews on this tire for tread life aren't that great.
I had ordered 225/40/19s but was afraid of the tire being to tight for the bad roads here in so ca.
For rims I ordered Konig Oversteer in Opal 19+18.5 45 offset
I will be running on eibach pro lowering kit stock tires are fine so I hope I don't have any issue on the new 19s

Well after all that with the limited options with the 19s , I switched my order to 18s with a 235+45+18
 

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I have 225/40/19 on my 370z Sport Ray's (19x9.5).

They are a little smaller than stock diameter, and 245/40/19 is just a bit larger. 235/40/19 is the closest to stock, but there are hardly any options in that size. I initially tried 245/40/19 and with the 370Z offset the front had some rubbing issues at full lock. I was able to fix most of it, but didn't have time then to spend more time fixing it completely so just went with 225/40/19 for now.

What offset did the 370 wheels have? I guess I shouldn't try 245/40/19 with a 45 offset?

I know you replied in my thread earlier about 235/40/19 fitting but just want to make sure. sucks the 245's didnt work.
 

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What offset did the 370 wheels have? I guess I shouldn't try 245/40/19 with a 45 offset?

I know you replied in my thread earlier about 235/40/19 fitting but just want to make sure. sucks the 245's didnt work.
I apologize, the 370z Ray's fronts are actually:
19x9 +47

The 245's would likely work in the front with just a little more work, but at the time I just didn't have the time to mess with it further. The rear is absolutely no problem with the 19x9 +47 and a 245 but I didn't want to stagger on the same size wheels on a FWD vehicle.
 
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