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Old 02-26-14, 10:56 AM   #1
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Fellas need help with pics please quoting some wheels today im wondering 20x8.5 +40 in front and 20x10 +40 in the rear would the rear require rolled fenders? I drive it daily and want it to look good but with no rubbing also a different wheel 20x8.5 +35 and 20x10 +40 would that 40 offset in the front not look right? And also what tire sizes should i go with i have bc coilovers on the ride but havent adjusted height until i get the wheels on? Please post some 20x8.5 20x10 pics with offsets so i can get an idea.
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Old 02-26-14, 12:54 PM   #2
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I would go with second choice. 245/30/20 and 275/25/20. You should stick with 19s for DD.
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Old 02-27-14, 09:06 AM   #3
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i thought about 19's but if im going to spend money im going to size up only one reply come on peeps help a brotha out want to get some oredered asap
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See this thread. http://www.clublexus.com/forums/is-f...-thoughts.html

As long as you're running tires with the same outer dimensions, the fact that the rim is 20" won't matter. yjk1975 is right that 20" is not a great choice for a DD. Comfort and acceleration will go down and tire price will go way up.
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There is plenty of posts on offsets, I know this is cliche but search and see what plenty of other people are running. My take on 20's is they are too big for the car, mine constantly hit the front fender liner, granted they were 8.5 and a 25 offset and I was dropped on tein h tech's, so that would be fairly aggressive. My rears were 9.5 with a 35 offset and I had the fenders rolled with no rubbing on a 265 tire. So I definately think a roll is needed unless you want to really stretch with a 255 (that may even rub?). I have since switched back to 19's, wedsports sa55m and haven't missed the 20's one bit. Not tryin to convince you either way, just giving you my opinion since I've been on both sides. Good luck and post pics!
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