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Hi All,

I just recently bought a 20" Mazda6 and I just want to ask if it is possible to put in my stock tires 225/45R19 into Niche Vosso Rims: Size 19x8.5 / Bolt 5x114.3 / Offset 35. The current oem stock wheel specification that I have are Size 19x7.5 / Bolt 5x114.3 / Offset 45. I'm planning to order Niche wheels online and I'm not that knowledgeable into wheel/tire specifics.

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35 offset, no. You need 45-48 and i know the stock wheels arent 45. Its up to the tire place if they will transfer them, but the stock wheel is thinner, so the tire will stretch and expose the rim too much.
 

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My stock wheels are offset 45. There is an option with the Niche Vosso that is offset 45 too for the size 19X8.5 / Bolt 5x114.3. Are these results acceptable? I tried comparing the stock wheels to the Niche Vosso using the same tires.

ClearanceWheel 1Wheel 2
Tire 1 (225/45 R19)Tire 2 (225/45 R19)
Section Width225 mm225 mm=
Sidewall101 mm101 mm=
Overall Diameter685 mm685 mm=
Rim Sizes19x7.519x8.5
Circumference2152 mm2152 mm=
Revs per mile748748=
SpeedometerAssuming that this is OE tire and speedometer readings are correctThe same
Typical Weight10.8 kg10.8 kg=
Rim + Tire Weight23.4 kg25 kg⬈ 7%
SuspensionAssuming that this is OE wheel/tire and there are no any problems with clearance on both sidesRim is 13 mm closer to suspension components. Acceptable for most cars
FendersAssuming that this is OE wheel/tire and there are no any problems with clearance on both sidesRim will stick out 13 mm farther. Acceptable for most cars
Wheel WellsAssuming that this is OE wheel/tire and there are no any problems with clearance on both sidesThe same
BrakesAssuming that this is OE wheel/tire and there are no any problems with clearance on both sidesThe same
Scrub RadiusZero scrub radius (zero value is assumed by default)The same
 

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They arent offset 45, or they would meet the fenders, not be sunk in a bit.

This is what a +45 looks like
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Yes the 19x8.5 +45 will fit. But like i said, they prob wont reuse your tires.
 

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If you arent paying cash, or putting it on a CC, i highly suggest using Affirm and staying away from any other financing place. Tire Rack works with them, i dont use the Affirm app to preapprove, you get better rates from the sellers website.
 
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