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Old 05-01-14, 07:53 PM   #1
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noob question here im going to look at some rims tmw (not too much time to browse around to find answer) they are 20X9 +18 3" lip and 20X11 +20 5" lip. my car is lowered on nf210. my question is will the rims fit without major modifications eg camber kit, i dont mind rolling the fender but dont want to camber to fit. the tire size are 225/30 fronts and 275/30 rears.
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You'll definitely need camber to make them fit without rubbing especially with that big a tire. I used to run a 20x10.5 rear with 235/35. Had my fenders radiused and shaved with camber to make them fit.
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