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Recently picked up an MR2, installed some BC coilovers and I’ve decided to purchase some 2pc WORK Meister S1R’s.

wanting to run 16x8, 205/40 on all four corners and was curious as to which ET would sit flush without pulling the fenders?

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35 is pretty flush. You can fit 225 in the rear.
I’ve decided on some Kiwamis instead but the only options I can really go for is either the 16x6.5 or 15x6.5 so I’m either going to have to end up running 205/50/16 all round or 195/45/16 F / 205/50/16 R on mistmatches.

Should I just not bother w those wheels or?
 

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I am running square 205/50s on factory wheels (+45) with a 25mm spacer in the rear. This is barely beyond flush in the rear. I think with a 20mm it would be good. So say about +20 with a 6.5" wide wheel is flush.
 

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I am running square factory wheels (+45) with a 25mm spacer in the rear. This is barely beyond flush. I think with a 20mm it would be good. So say about +20 with a 6.5" wide wheel is flush.
Cheers, considering the lowest offset possible they offer (+42) & installing a 20mm spacer.
 

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Cheers, considering the lowest offset possible they offer (+42) & installing a 20mm spacer.
Awesome. I also edited the comment before I got a chance to refresh the page and see your reply but it was just for clarity. I think you got it down.
 
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