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Old 10-03-2013, 10:43 AM   #1
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Considering american muscle charcoal AMR

So I'm considering purchasing the Americanmuscle.com amr charcoal wheels. I'm on a tight budget so I can't afford staggered so I was gonna buy the 20x8.5" all the way around. I'm afraid that the 8.5 will look to narrow on the back, any thoughts?
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How wide are your current/stock wheels
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you could space them out, like buy one or two per paycheck/month, might spend a little bit more, but that way you can get what you want.plus its still free shipping...
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So I'm considering purchasing the Americanmuscle.com amr charcoal wheels. I'm on a tight budget so I can't afford staggered so I was gonna buy the 20x8.5" all the way around. I'm afraid that the 8.5 will look to narrow on the back, any thoughts?
The 10" wheel in the back is obviously a bigger foot print but you can't go wrong with the 8.5" wide wheel. The stock wheels are either 8 or 8.5" depending on what package you have, so I don't think it will look bad!

The AMR's are a great wheel and I think you're really going to like them. Post up some pictures of your car, we'd love to check it out!

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Thank you guys for your feedback
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Maybe go down to 19s and then afford the staggered? I will never NEVER go back to non-staggered, it looks way too good to not have it.
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+1 19's for performance, I can't do 20's, just ain't right to me.
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+1 19's for performance, I can't do 20's, just ain't right to me.
That too. Adding unsprung rotational mass is one of the biggest performance killers there is. With that said I hate little rims in the wheel wells, I feel like my 17s are roller skates on my 98 so you have to balance performance with what you want as far as looks. Or get a set of super lightweight rims. Or get a set of bigs/littles, slam the front and call it a day.
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