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Old 04-30-2016, 03:25 PM   #1281
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In the front, 18x8.0+38 will be exactly flush, 18x8.5+38 will poke ~1/4".
Depending on tire, 235/40-18 should mount with (very near if not) vertical sidewall on 8.5" wide wheels (eg. 225/40 yields just slight stretch) and afford a bit more curbing protection on 8.0" wide. I'm running 225/40 on 18.0x8.5+38 mTechnica Turbos. And yes, I need to get around to posting pics...
With TRD drop, all of the above will work without rubbing/fender work unless you hit huge bump and/or huge load.
Thank you for the reply. I want to run a square set up so I can rotate the tires. So I'll either get all 8" or all 8.5"
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Old 04-30-2016, 04:47 PM   #1282
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Agreed on non-stagger for rotation. 12mm spacers (do require swapping studs) will flush/match up the rears.
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Old 05-01-2016, 04:05 AM   #1283
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I'm thinking 8.5 with +40 as of now with the 235/40
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Old 05-02-2016, 02:10 PM   #1284
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Well, I kept looking at wheels and now I might buy 19" .... Thinking 19x8.5 +35 with 225/35/19

So torn
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Old 05-03-2016, 12:01 AM   #1285
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Along with aesthetics, consider the lightest forged wheels your budget allows to get mileage and strength advantages:
cast < flow-formed/rotary-forged < forged
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Old 05-03-2016, 01:28 AM   #1286
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Along with aesthetics, consider the lightest forged wheels your budget allows to get mileage and strength advantages:
cast < flow-formed/rotary-forged < forged
I agree and will be shooting for a lite wheel.
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Old 05-08-2016, 09:25 PM   #1287
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18x7.5, et39, 215/45-18 Nankangs, TC Gen2 Release series wheels....








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Old 10-24-2016, 10:55 PM   #1289
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Hi, I'm new to this scion world...Would anyone know if 18 X 8.5 +30 would work for a 2014? If so, What size tires?... Also, I've red about something in regards to scrub radius. Apparently, these wheels will have a positive scrub radius of +14mm. Please advise...any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi, I'm new to this scion world...Would anyone know if 18 X 8.5 +30 would work for a 2014? If so, What size tires?... Also, I've red about something in regards to scrub radius. Apparently, these wheels will have a positive scrub radius of +14mm. Please advise...any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Those wheels will poke about 1/2 inch out of the wheel well in front, and if you're lowered, you'll probably need to roll your front fenders....an 18x8.5 with a 40mm offset would fit much better.....dont know anything about scrub radius, and I'm a wheel *****, so I wouldn't worry about that.....if youre set on that wheel, 215/40-18 will help them not to rub....
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Old 10-25-2016, 01:56 AM   #1291
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Originally Posted by xb_pnutt View Post
Hi, I'm new to this scion world...Would anyone know if 18 X 8.5 +30 would work for a 2014? If so, What size tires?... Also, I've red about something in regards to scrub radius. Apparently, these wheels will have a positive scrub radius of +14mm. Please advise...any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Those wheels will poke about 1/2 inch out of the wheel well in front, and if you're lowered, you'll probably need to roll your front fenders....an 18x8.5 with a 40mm offset would fit much better.....dont know anything about scrub radius, and I'm a wheel *****, so I wouldn't worry about that.....if youre set on that wheel, 215/40-18 will help them not to rub....

Thank you for your quick reply pdxgen2.

I really don't mind the 1/2 inch poke. I'm more concerned about rubbing or ruining the handling capabilities. At the moment, I'm not lowered. Any suggestion on what type of springs to use? I really don't want to roll my fenders though :D

Thanks in advance...
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Old 11-05-2016, 10:09 AM   #1292
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Hey guys ended up getting new wheels for the xB. I didn't plan on getting new wheels but I ended up braking all 4 wheels by hitting a divider and also the xB is considered totaled but I could still drive it. The rear axle beam is bent on one side and the front need some work. But here's my new set up 18x10 te19 xx557.
Might end up selling the car and buying a another xB but this time manual.
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18x8, et35, Nankang AS1, 215/40-18
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Old 11-12-2016, 03:12 AM   #1294
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old pictures but still fits the thread.
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Got myself a set of Avid.1 av-06 wheels in 18x8 wrapped in Fallen Zeix rubber.
Looks nice!! Looks so proper, tired of seeing the stanced ones What tire size?? Any suspension mods?
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Has anybody used the 2014 Camry SE Wheels?
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Looking good
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Do 2014 18" tC wheels fit with a stock 2013 XB set up?
There are a few floating around my area and they sure look nice.
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Do 2014 18" tC wheels fit with a stock 2013 XB set up?
There are a few floating around my area and they sure look nice.
they will fit perfectly...you need to buy the right OEM Toyota lug nuts with built in washers to fit the TC wheels.....also, I would run either 215/40-18 or 225/40-18 tires on those wheels...
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