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I can't find nothing on running 19 inch rims with a 30 offset the tire size 225/45/19. Can anyone let me know if that will work without rubbing or rolling fenders. I'm not lowered and I have a 2017 Mazda 6. The rims I want to run are 19x8.5 JNC 014 JNC014 5x114.3 30 Hyper Black Wheel Rims set(4)
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Hopefully someone will chime in that's running that size but I'd bet they'll fit.
You will be approx. 1" wider/closer to the finder which is fine.

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What idrive said - You're poking out an additional 28mm (1.1 inch) with that setup.

You'll be fine since you're not lowering

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Thank you guys I'm super excited they will fot. What size would be better if I wanted to lower the car on corksport springs. Or will that offset be ok
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Would I be able to run that setup with the corksport springs.
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The rim 19 looks beautiful but the wheel is too delicate.
I am running whit one knocked wheel.
When I am changing my wheels I will do for 235/45R19
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Would I be able to run that setup with the corksport springs.
Would be very close. If they lower the car more than 1" you might rub. If you're going to lower the car I would consider at least 35 or 40 offset.

May I suggest the Tanabe Springs. They lower the car 1". I think you would be able to use the 30 offset if you don't use a tire wider than 225

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Dang guess I'd have to roll the fenders then. Just to be safe.
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I like that concave look but it's hard to find any rims with concave with a offset 35 or 40
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What about a 19x 9.5 with a 35 offset
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