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Old 07-24-2013, 04:37 PM   #1
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19" vs 20" pros and cons

Any input on the comparison between the two? I want 20's but not if they're going to ride and drive like ****...
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20s look nice but I would say that 19s are the best for performance and looks.
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Tire cost and availability of the sizes you want is a con for 19's. There are lots more sizes for 20's and they're usually cheaper because of popularity. I'm sticking with 18's
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20's in the back.19's in the front. nice compromise.
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Instead, why not get 20s for good looks and thicker/bigger tires for ride quality? You won't be able to lower them, but it'll look even around the wheel wells.
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I have 20s all around and it's fine
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20's in the back.19's in the front. nice compromise.
Have fun launching... Should be the other way around.
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Tire cost and availability of the sizes you want is a con for 19's. There are lots more sizes for 20's and they're usually cheaper because of popularity. I'm sticking with 18's
A guy from the local tire shop told me the same thing. I though he was just using salesmanship Hmmmm??? He said either 18 or 20's are best becasuse you have better options for fittment.


I have a few different set's of wheels for my stangs. I even have a winter set from my time in germany. I think you don't really see a difference cosmeticly between 19's and 20's but ride quality for other mods you may have.
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Shakol, are you saying I won't be able to lower my car if I I with the 20s?
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If you want to cut down a little on price and have better performance then get small wheels. Just make sure that they will fit over your brake calipers and that you have the correct offset.
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Shakol, are you saying I won't be able to lower my car if I I with the 20s?
You can lower with 20s.
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