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I just purchased new winter tires for my G37 this winter. I had no choice as my old set was worn out :(

My lease is done soon so I don't want to waste the tires and rims. Will they fit on the Q50? Or is it too early to tell? The tires came with regular black wheels. The kind people use with winter tires. :eek:
 

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It's a little too early to tell. They haven't really released specifics yet. You should have your answer soon though.
 

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After seeing the Q50 in person, i'm almost sure you can swap wheels from your G to the Q50. If anything you can go bigger on the Q50, it's wheel wells look bigger. Bolt pattern should be the same.
 

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My lease is done soon so I don't want to waste the tires and rims. Will they fit on the Q50? Or is it too early to tell? The tires came with regular black wheels. The kind people use with winter tires. :eek:
According to a post I saw elsewhere, the wheels are compatible with the following:

2008-2010 EX35
2008-2010 EX35
2003-2010 FX35 RWD
2003-2010 FX35
2003-2007 G35 coupe/sedan
2008-2012 G37 sedan G25 sedan
2006-2012 M35
2006-2010 M35 Sport
2003-2010 M45
2003-2010 M45 Sport
1990-2006 Q45

I'm sure this is not an exhaustive list (as there is nothing beyond 2012), but it does appear that they follow the same bolt pattern as several previous models.
 

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One way another, I will be swapping the run flats for regular, all-season performance tires. No one I contacted would do a straight swap with the run flats, even if I gave them some extra money. I found out that once tires are mounted, you can't sell them as new tires, even if they have just five miles on them. If I can't make a deal, I will just go with what the general manager agreed to, and that is putting my Yokohama AVID tires on the Q(with 11,000 miles) and giving up the RFTs(he said that they are a perfect fit). Since the Yokohamas have a wear rating of 560, they should easily last me another 30 to 40 thousand miles. It's a hit I'm willing to take, if I have to, in order to get the ride I want. If anyone here wants the RFTs, PM me real fast, and we'll deal.:) I'd then put on the Michelins.
 

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The wheel offset for Q50 is 50 and for g37 sedan is 30, so to use g37 wheels on q50, you will need 20mm spacers.
 

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The wheel offset for Q50 is 50 and for g37 sedan is 30, so to use g37 wheels on q50, you will need 20mm spacers.
I assume, then, that no adjustments would be needed if the tires on my G are taken off the car, and put on the rims of the Q. Yes? I'm not swapping rims.
 

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I assume, then, that no adjustments would be needed if the tires on my G are taken off the car, and put on the rims of the Q. Yes? I'm not swapping rims.
Putting tires from another rims toQ rims won't & should not have any issue as long the size is correct.
 

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I have 17" OEM Infiniti wheels and winter tires from a 2004 G35. I have used these on my 2007 G35X, 2009 G37X and 2012 G37XS, without a problem. These rims will not fit on my 2014 Q50S. They will not clear the brake caliper.
 

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I just purchased new winter tires for my G37 this winter. I had no choice as my old set was worn out :(

My lease is done soon so I don't want to waste the tires and rims. Will they fit on the Q50? Or is it too early to tell? The tires came with regular black wheels. The kind people use with winter tires. :eek:
It is definitely to early to tell depending on the offsets of the wheels you currently have and wether you buy/lease a Sport or Non-Sport Q50. If you do buy a Q50s and the offsets on your current wheels do not clear the big brake kit you can simple add a wheel spacer to clear the "BBK". If you buy/lease a non-sport Q50 you should not have any problems what so ever.
 

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The wheel offset for Q50 is 50 and for g37 sedan is 30, so to use g37 wheels on q50, you will need 20mm spacers.
This is not intirly true, every g37 did not have a +30 offset. That was specific to the 19" wheels that came on the G37S Coupe. We do not know the specs to the wheels in question.
 
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