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Old 10-17-2015, 11:13 AM   #1
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Tire width ? 20" AMR rears.

I'm thinking of doing the 20" AMR charcoal wheels, staggered from AM but I may have to buy them in stages at maybe 2 at a time and add tires myself later. AM package shows 285/30/20 for a rear setup. Is this the widest I can go on stock suspension 2014 with no spacers or what is possible? Not tracking or racing, just want the look. It's the 10" width.
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The most comfortable and safest width would be a 285-295 on a 10" rim. Now, I'm sure you'll be able to get up to 305-315s but the tire would be stretched and I wouldn't recommend it. It's been done before and I know of some who are running them currently with no issues. But again, not my preference or recommendation. I'm running 285s on my 20x10s and I love the fitment. Fills the whole fender perfectly. I may eventually go to 295s to get just a hair more though. Btw, I'm lowered about 1.5" in the rear

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Here's a better picture of the 285s

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I almost decided on those but I will just order 4 Forgestar rims from AM. $2K of rims but at least I get 305 on the rear and 275 up front. Mine will be 19" F14s. Wish they had the silver in the size I want but they don't.

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I almost decided on those but I will just order 4 Forgestar rims from AM. $2K of rims but at least I get 305 on the rear and 275 up front. Mine will be 19" F14s. Wish they had the silver in the size I want but they don't.

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Make sure to order a pair of front splash guards
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Thanks, I already got the splash guards on all 4 corners so I am covered. I park on crushed concrete at work so they were a must for me... How far will they be sticking out? I'd like to still be able to pull through the touchless carwash...
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Thanks, I already got the splash guards on all 4 corners so I am covered. I park on crushed concrete at work so they were a must for me... How far will they be sticking out? I'd like to still be able to pull through the touchless carwash...

You'll be good at the car wash. Just lookin out cause the wider tires tend to throw gunk all over the sides. No good for a freshly cleaned pony lol
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