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Old 04-20-2015, 06:17 PM   #1
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Help from the wheel guru's

I bought some new wheels for my car and I decided to go a little more aggressive. I'll be doing a 10" up and 10.5 in the rear, which leads me to my question....

The 20x10's are +40 for the fronts, but the rears have me a little concerned. They are 20x10.5 +30. The guy at the tire shop was 100% sure they will fit with no problems, any one running a setup like this?
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You may have already found your answer, but I believe 20x10.5 will have a substantial amount of poke. I will be running a 20x10.5 +42 Enza Vatore BLX01 and the wheel sits basically exactly flush with the fender. This would give you close to half an inch of poke from the fender. Have you test fitted the wheels yet?

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Thanks. Yeah I was able to exchange those wheels for some 10".
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Solid, glad it worked out!

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