In the rear I hope - 20x8 - 5" backspace with a 255/35 tire will work with NO rubbing issues. If you use this in the rear the common front wheel is 18x7 - 4.75" backspace and a 225x40 tire. This combo works if the car is slammed on the ground. If you want to play and beat on inner fenders and roll fender lips you MAY get a 20x10 with a 5.75" with a 275/35 tire to work but that's going to be REAL tight especially if the car is lowered more than 2". Do a search on 20s - this has been discussed serveral times before. There was pictures of this combo on a gray car with INTRO wheels.
Has anyone tried the 20+ size like on on the ole horse and buggy. Seems that is the direction we are heading. Next we will be going from Fat tires to very thin ones all around. Jeeeezzzz :sad: :noway:
15's,16's,17's on most and 18's on a select few. Any larger IMO, is a waste.:clonk:
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