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I am looking for some 22x8.5 for mine friends 2005 g35 sedan and i can't find any. Could you guys help me out.
 

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I am looking for some 22x8.5 for mine friends 2005 g35 sedan and i can't find any. Could you guys help me out.

WE do not recommend 22's on a g35 sedan, the largest I would go is 20x9 or 9.5 but even the 9.5 is pushing it. We are currently doing a sick speical on iforged, what type of wheel are you looking for? Cast, forged? multi-piece, single piece, mesh design, simple 5 spoke design? Check out our website, we deal with high quanity G35 parts, and have been a sponsor for them for over 2 years now.

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he just want something that is going to chop.. My other friend has 21x8.5 with 35 series tires and he wants 22 with 30 series with .25 inch spacers up front.
 

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My buddy has a white G35 with 22's and they look like they fit perfectly. He didnt do any fender rolling or spacers or anything like that. He is running a 255/35/22 tire. The ride isnt real bad either and it looks so good. I'm not sure of the exact size ofthe wheel though, i would think like 22 x 9.5 because they looked as wide as mine.
 

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lexball, that tire wheel combo is so far off the mark for proper fitment I cant believe anyone with common sense would do it! The standard tire for G35 sedan is 235/50/17 - to use a 255/35/22 on that car is a huge mistake. The OEM size is 26.3" and that 22" tire is 29" tall. That equals a 10.6% speedometer error. The largest aftermarket wheel source, Tire Rack, does not recommend anything larger than 19.
 

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lexball, that tire wheel combo is so far off the mark for proper fitment I cant believe anyone with common sense would do it! The standard tire for G35 sedan is 235/50/17 - to use a 255/35/22 on that car is a huge mistake. The OEM size is 26.3" and that 22" tire is 29" tall. That equals a 10.6% speedometer error. The largest aftermarket wheel source, Tire Rack, does not recommend anything larger than 19.

Not only that, but nobody makes a 255/35/22. I bet its actually a 255/35/20
 
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