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Old 11-27-2014, 04:22 PM
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running 20s - what tire options?

i am upgrading to 20s next month. currently running the standard 19" double spoke wheels w/all-season RFTs. looking to swap them out for 20x9 front, 20x10.5 rear setup.

has anyone done this, if so pls post pics.

also, what is the maximum recommended tire size? i know most will go with the usual 245/40/20 and 275/35/20 but i was thinking of going just a bit wider. maybe a 255/40/20 and a 285/35/20.

according to the attached tire size calculator it looks slightly taller & wider but can't tell if there are any issues running these sizes.

i want the wider stance, spacers look but w/o the spacers.

thoughts?

my goal is to fill as much of the wheel well as possible without hit it.

either this setup or I go with the standard 20" setup, add spacers, and lower it with H&R springs.

just might be the same look after all is said and done.
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