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Old 09-06-2021, 08:34 PM
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Whatís the cost of powder coating if you donít mind me asking? Been thinking about getting mine refinished.


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I'd say between 100-200 a wheel. Shop around as I have a local spot that does them for $50 if no tire but they require an appointment as they are very busy...
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Anyone with experience or knowledge with running the Style 87 20x10 on all 4 corners? 315 35 20 tires on all 4 as well?
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After getting a set of mine powdercoated the installer managed to swap the 10's to the front by mistake, I didnt notice it as it was dark, and the only reason I could tell is because when I was making a turn out of the parking lot, there was a rubbing noise that had not been there before, turned around and pulled up to the bay and they corrected the mistake most promptly.

They fit, but after seeing it in the light it looks really strange, the offset of the rear wheels are different then the offsets of the front
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Anyone with experience or knowledge with running the Style 87 20x10 on all 4 corners? 315 35 20 tires on all 4 as well?
Yes they do, but you probably shouldn't.

It'll want to tramline like crazy, in addition to sticking out past the fenders.
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Yes they do, but you probably shouldn't.



It'll want to tramline like crazy, in addition to sticking out past the fenders.

Google it to see pics of a black 4.6is on ultimateklasse.
Yeah this is what made me want to do it. That stance is mean with the concave on all 4 corners but staggered is probably ideal. If anyone local to me in IL(NW suburbs of Chicago), I may have a spare set or 2 of staggered style 87s. PM me if interested...
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