i think only a m3 can fit 10"wide rims in the back of the car. i
think you would have to roll your fenders back to make them fit.
and if you do that make sure you go to a place that does good work on that. because it is very easy to chip or crack your paint job. when they are in the process of rolling your fenders.
I have 19X10s in the rear of my 2000 coupe. You will need a high offset right around +43, +44, mine are +44. My car isn't lowered as of yet, I have the sport suspension and with two people in the car I don't rub. I have yet to roll the fenders but you will have to if you plan on dropping the car.
Tires are also important you want one with a round side wall, Toyo T-1 s are highly recommended.:thumbup:
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