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Old 03-02-2013, 09:37 AM   #1
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Shelby CS1 & Nitto Into 20" staggered

I just ordered a staggered 20" set of wheels and tires from AM for my lowered 07GT Redfire vert ...
Anyone have any opinions or experience with them?
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Staggered look the best IMO. As long as you are ok with not being able to rotate tires you will be fine. You are also gonna have a debate about 20" ride like crap vs a 18" with a 40 sidewall.......that's all opinion and usually comes from ex Cadillac owners. (jk)

One more thing. When you remove your old wheels you will notice up front that there will be a washer on one lug stud (driver and passenger side) Remove it before you install the aftermarket wheels or you will have a vibration in your steering wheel.
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Yah I expect the ride might change a bit...already experienced it as a result of lowering...I use polident now
Nah, it really is not that bad.
What is the bolt you speak of? What is its purpose with stock?
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:46 PM   #4
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Installed them today....they look and feel amazing.
I actually think there is an improvement compared to my originals..but maybe just cause the tires were done.

I forgot to look for the washer on the fronts - so far steering seems fine...but should I pull the wheels off and remove the washers?
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Will do..in the shop getting camber installed and alignment...so pictures later in the week
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Will do..in the shop getting camber installed and alignment...so pictures later in the week
Any pictures yet?
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Winter came back so these are the best I could get for now....back in storage.
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Looks great! I love those tires.
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Are this the nitto Inzos? Looks great!
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