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Old 07-23-2010, 10:24 AM
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It seems this is the thread to post up g37 wheels on our sedans. Heres mine.
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New to the forum and really need some help. I have an 04 sedan with aero kit. Doea anyone know if 09 G37S coupe wheels will fit. Here's the specs: Front 19x8.5 / 43mm / (245/40ZR19 94Y ) Rear 19x9 / 45mm / (275/35ZR19 100Y). Worried about the rears being too wide. I have a chance to buy but need to act fast. Many Thanks!
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New to the forum and really need some help. I have an 04 sedan with aero kit. Doea anyone know if 09 G37S coupe wheels will fit. Here's the specs: Front 19x8.5 / 43mm / (245/40ZR19 94Y ) Rear 19x9 / 45mm / (275/35ZR19 100Y). Worried about the rears being too wide. I have a chance to buy but need to act fast. Many Thanks!
The rears will fit. I rolled the fender lips just to be sure and still had space. I even added a 10mm spacer all around to give it a flush look and it's on coilovers. 245/40 in front is too beefy in my opinion. I changed to 245/35. Looks better proportioned, esp. if it's lowered.
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i have those rims i bought from a user on here. my tire sizes 225/45/19 in the front and 245/40/19 in the back. The front seems a little more stretched than the back and the back seems pretty good. I would assume these aren't the tire sizes that should be ran. I guess the previous owner may have tried to stretch tires on them. amblack, do you have a picture of your whip?
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Hells yeah looks dope mang!!! I LIKES!!!
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im glad looking at this thread I inspired lots of people...
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I want to look at getting a set of these wheel this summer. I would assume the best place to look for a deal on these would probably be over at myG37?
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I jist installed set on my 06X. It required a 3mm spacer and factory nits. Looks good and I'll try to get pics soon
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New owner of an 03 sedan 5AT, new to this outstanding site, late to the thread. I needed tires bad and this thread sold me on the G37 rims. Low and behold Craigslist came thru locally with 4 wheels and 97% new Hankook Ventus V12. Front 225/40/19 Rear 245/40/19. Slapped'em on with NO spacers and some G37 lugs and I'm liking the way it drives! Don't know about lowering...yet, or fender rolls. I've got some big kids and need the flex in the rear. Debating the Stillen vs Z1 performance vs OEM Z tube. Will check out the Amsoil drop in filter. BTW, the wheels had G37 TPMS already installed and so far no lights. Should I be surprised that they were compatible?

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^ I think that's a nice looking start. Had my 03 since new and still like it a lot. You should have the side skirts color matched scarlet red. Maybe lower it someday. Z springs and struts is an economic way to drop it almost an inch. Imho, coilovers is the way to go. Ride height and dampening is adjustable, but cost more $$$$ though. Just save up for it. Do lots of searching on this site for !st gen Gs. Esp. the front brakes if haven't had them replaced yet. Oem Bose headunit is notorious for failing.

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i posted this up in the wheels thread. . .but figure gotta give the sedan threads some love. . .got my g37 rims painted professionally to match the GTR rims. . .likin' the look!





car looks badddasssss in the 3rd and last pic ! nice setup

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