+32 you'll have some pretty big poke if you're into that look. Also with 19's and 245/40 I can guarantee you'll rub if those CS springs are even lower than the eibach ones I use. I already do with winters at 225 50 17 +38. Also it's not just offset you need to look at but also the rim design. Even with +35's the konig's wouldn't clear my bbk. Mind you I was looking for 17'' rims specifically.I was originally thinking about just installing a Corksport BBK but didn't like the idea of having to cut off part of the wheel studs for use with OEM wheels.
I then got carried away. Now I'd like to install the Corksport NotSoLow springs (1 inch front, 1.6 inch rear) + BBK, and get a new set of wheels and tires.
I did some digging on wheel/tire sizes and compatibility, and I ideally I'd like to have 245/40/R19 tires (Michelin PS4 A/S) + 19x8 (+32 offset) wheels.
I'm not sure about the wheel offset I should choose for the caliper and the tire. The wheels I want (Drag DR73) offer two offsets: +32 and +40.
The +32 will ensure the brakes will clear the wheel, but I'm worried the tires will rub on the body. With +40, I'll probably clear the brakes but I can add 3mm spacers if needed.
Which offset is ideal? Will it fit? Thanks!