Hey thanks alot. This is very helpful with my decision making process. :beers:We sell quite a few wheels, and also install a lot on projects in our shop. Wheel dimension has nothing to do with weather a rim diameter will or will not fit. Rim width, back space, oveall tire height and section width are all that matter. For the front, as long as you keep the overall height around 26" or a little less, as long as you keep the section width a tick less then 10", as long as you keep the rim width less then 8" to 8 1/2", and keep back spacing around 4 3/4 (8" rim), or 5 1/4 (8 1/2" rim), the combination will work.
You 235/35/19s are 25.5 tall and 9.6 wide. So they are perfect.
On the rear you can handle a tinnie bit more rime (adding more back space in equal amounts to rim width), For example if you run a 9" wheel, look for a 5 3/4" backspace. And you could up the section width a half inch or so.
This is very general, but pretty safe to.