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Old 03-01-04, 01:16 AM   #1
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hey guys...i was wondering if 20x9 would fit opposed to the 20x8.5 everyone is getting. The rims I want is kinda hard to find in the 8.5. I dont want it to rub and i dont want to lower it right now. I think i have the size of the tire down 255 35r20 if im not mistaken. i would appreciate some ideas, just want it to fit right with slight to no mods and to look real clean..
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you can get 9 and fit 255/35/20 but offset is critical. i THINK 38 is good. you might rub a LITTLE bit depending on the tires you use. but i highly suggest 245
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