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That rear offset and width is going to poke out a lot. Going to look ridiculous if you don't lower it, even then that is beyond aggressive

2014 Sport Sedan 6MT

285 and 295 is not stretched on a 10.75 (xxr is closer to 11")

I would rethink your whole approach here

I have a 10.5 rear with a 255/30/20

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285 and 295 is not stretched on a 10.75 (xxr is closer to 11")

I have a 10.5 rear with a 255/30/20

2014 Sport Sedan 6MT
285 is slightly stretched (i.e. very little). I never said 295 was stretched.

You have a 9th gen sedan. OP has an 8th gen coupe. Two totally different cars. The 8th gen sedan and coupe have larger wheel wheels vs the 9th gen and can accommodate wider and lower offset wheels.


8th gen coupe
20x8.5 +35 (F) with 245/35/20
20x10 +40 (R) with 275/30/20.... notice the slight stretch. The OP's tires would be just a tad more stretched compared to these because 19x10.75 wheels are 19.05mm wider and 285/35/19 tires are only 10mm wider.




That rear offset and width is going to poke out a lot. Going to look ridiculous if you don't lower it, even then that is beyond aggressive
Picture of coupe above is with 20x10 +40 wheels. OP's 19x10.75 +35 wheels will stick out another 15mm (0.60") compared to those. How is that poking out a lot?
 

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Ok so if i get 295/30/19 it will fit good with rolled fenders or do i have to get a camber kit
Depends on how low you plan to go. If you're going really low, then you'll probably want a 275 width tire instead of 285 and may even need to roll the fender.

Camber kit? Again, it depends on how low you plan to go. 1" drop? You can probably get away without it. More than 1" drop? 1 arm kit. More than 2" drop? 3 arm kit.
 

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That rear offset and width is going to poke out a lot. Going to look ridiculous if you don't lower it, even then that is beyond aggressive

2014 Sport Sedan 6MT

285 and 295 is not stretched on a 10.75 (xxr is closer to 11")

I would rethink your whole approach here

I have a 10.5 rear with a 255/30/20

2014 Sport Sedan 6MT
Ya im gonna go get coilover this week and do you think 15 offset would be better?
 
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