22X10.5 wheel w/40 offset?

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2017 Mazda CX9 Signature
Has anyone else tried this size wheel on the CX9 aside from Bobhope123 as noted below in a 2017 post? I really like the look and am curious if anyone has gone with it and with what results? THis would be for my wife's 2017 Signature. Thanks!
 
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2017 Mazda CX-9
Rear 10,5 width will definitely fit. However the front might have some issue. It will fit but need to play around with the offset or spacer. As for the tyre, 295/30 front and 325/25 rear. Unless if you prefer same size for both front and rear, go for 295/30.
 
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2018 CX-9 Sig
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2014 CX-5 GT
This guy used a 10.5 rim from and rear with 285/35/R22 tires. Looks really good. 40 offset may be too much.


 

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'18 CX-9 Signature
I have 22x10.5 +30ET wheels mounted on 285/35/22 tires (same specs as the one quoted by dougal). I took pictures with this setup installed to see how much clearance I had front and back. I posted them in my "build thread", but here are the photos.

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Note how close the front tire is to the spring perch and the shock body. I would estimate maybe 10-15 mm of clearance between a 22x10.5+30 wheel and the shock body. Technically a 22x10.5 +40 wheel would fit, it would just sit 10 mm closer to the shock body.

I would not risk going any larger than 285/35/22 for the tires. They may rub against the spring perch, especially if you go with a 10.5 +40 wheel.
 
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2018 CX-9 Signature
Has anyone else tried this size wheel on the CX9 aside from Bobhope123 as noted below in a 2017 post? I really like the look and am curious if anyone has gone with it and with what results? THis would be for my wife's 2017 Signature. Thanks!
I have 20x10 w/ +40 offset, and I don't have any issues. I just got some new SCORPION VERDE™ ALL SEASON PLUS II tires mounted: 275/45R20 110V XL .

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2016 CX-9
I purchased a new to us 2019 Touring with 20 inch wheels and Scorpion Verde tires (the tires are brand new). While we have put more miles on the loaner vehicles that Mazda has given us (more on this later when it gets fixed) than we have on our CX9, I can tell you that I am not impressed with the Pirelli Scorpion Verde tires. My main complaint with them comes from the amount of noise that they generate. On anything other than brand new glass like asphalt the roar they produce is unacceptable. One of the many loaners that we have driven was a 2019 CX9 with 20 inch Ecopia tires and the noise they produced was at least 50% less. If we decide to keep the CX9 after Mazda gets it repaired the 1st thing that will be replaced is the tires.

Thank you for your insight.

I once had some Delinte tires. It felt like I was riding on PowerWheels tires! I took them off as soon as I could.
 
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