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Old 03-08-2016, 10:05 AM   #1
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Anyone with a 19/20 setup?

It's time to get new wheels. I was thinking of getting a 19/20 setup, as the 20s in the front look a bit too big for my liking. All 20s is my second option, though.

I actually have a 2010 V6, but this seems to be a better place to ask, compared to the 2005-2010 V6 subforum.
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It's time to get new wheels. I was thinking of getting a 19/20 setup, as the 20s in the front look a bit too big for my liking. All 20s is my second option, though.

I actually have a 2010 V6, but this seems to be a better place to ask, compared to the 2005-2010 V6 subforum.
It seems strange that you would like the looks of the 20s for the rear but not for the front.
I personally am not a fan of 20s with their lower profile and, generally speaking, poorer pothole protection.
But on the other hand, they do offer better cornering performance.
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When I look at all 19s the rears bother me, and with all 20s it's the front. But the 20s bother me a lot less, so I might go for all 20s. I was just wondering if someone is running a 19/20 setup on a V6, and what would it look like.

Oh, and the car is going to be mostly for fun after the new wheels. If it was a daily driver, I would go for the 19s.
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The 2013-14 GT500s came from the factory with a 19" front 20" rear staggered setup. Look up some side profile shots of those and that should give you a good idea of how it looks.

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i have all 20's but staggered. i have no issues with this setup.
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Looks good. I might go for a staggered 20s setup after all. The front wheels don't look too big here.
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I have 20's on mine also they are staggered with 275 35's on the front and 40's on the rear!
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I took my 19" Brembo wheels of my 14 TrakPak and replaced them with OE GT500 staggered wheels/tires. Fronts were 265x40/19's and I could have actually gone with 275's.....the rears were 285x35/20's and I could have gone 295's but not much more. My car was lowered with Eibach Sportlines...
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From the factory - 265/40-19....285/35-20
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I think if your car is lowered, 20s will look nice (front and back). if it's not lowered, I'd go with 19s.
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