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Can anyone post pics of 20x10.5 rims and tires from the rear. Looking to buy a set but would like to get a visual first.
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Mine are 20x10.5 or 11 with an 18mm offset. Tires are 315/35R20 requires rolling the fenders with those. Or you can run 275's with no trimming
 

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315 fit the wheel opening perfectly and are worth the work to roll the fenders in my opinion but that's a personal choice.. If you look back through my old post I have one called dwb with new wheels that's my car with 275's
 

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I am looking at 275/40s in the back and 245/45s up front. What does the off-set do...make them stick out further
 

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Mine are 20x10.5 or 11 with an 18mm offset. Tires are 315/35R20 requires rolling the fenders with those. Or you can run 275's with no trimming
Is your car lowered or stock?
I have a set of 20x10 torq thrust M with 18mm offset and was thinking about 305/35 or 315/35's

But i don't want to roll the fenders.... currently my car is so high i can put anything under there.
But I'm going to install SRT springs.... so do you think i still need to roll them at stock SRT
levels?


I want a set of nitto 05R's which only come in 315/20
But my fall back choice 555's come in both 275/40 & 305/35
 

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I thought so, just wanted to make sure. Does changing the off-set affect the axle or anything else?
 

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20x10.5 w/ 315/35/20
More grip for 1/4 mile but feels heavy and squishy!

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20X10.5 W/ 255/45/20
Tire is slightly Stretched = corners and handles like it's on rails!


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Great pictures. Do the larger tires have a large impact on fuel usage? Or not too bad?

I don't have any personal facts on this but I would say it has some kind of impact on fuel usage. Not sure how much though, or what you would consider a large impact. My concern was more about the way the wider tires felt for every day driving, since cornering and handling has changed drastically. I felt that the wider tires are better suited for 1/4 mile cars and Sunday driven garage queens, although they always look great on muscle cars.
 

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Is your car lowered or stock?
I have a set of 20x10 torq thrust M with 18mm offset and was thinking about 305/35 or 315/35's

But i don't want to roll the fenders.... currently my car is so high i can put anything under there.
But I'm going to install SRT springs.... so do you think i still need to roll them at stock SRT
levels?


I want a set of nitto 05R's which only come in 315/20
But my fall back choice 555's come in both 275/40 & 305/35
If you dont want even a slight chance of rolling the fenders I would say stick with the 275's I ran those and they looked great. I just wanted bigger tires for auto-x and some... "performance based street testing" lol

I'm am lowered and that is part of my rubbing issue but I think even SRT springs would make you rub with the tires I'm running.

Heres a pic with my 275's VVVVVV




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20x10.5 w/ 315/35/20
More grip for 1/4 mile but feels heavy and squishy!

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20X10.5 W/ 255/45/20
Tire is slightly Stretched = corners and handles like it's on rails!


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I have the Nitto Invo's and they dont feel squishy at all.. this thing handle like a dream and is so sticky I feel much more comfortable throwing it into corners now. Maybe its just a brand of tire your using?

Great pictures. Do the larger tires have a large impact on fuel usage? Or not too bad?
I just had about a 400 mile road trip on mine and mileage didnt suffer a bit. The only time I noticed going through more fuel is when I'm playing around getting sideways because it takes a lot more effort now! :bigthumb:
 

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