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Old 01-08-2013, 06:42 AM   #1
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Will 20 inch 7.5 fit?

Have a buddy who totaled his car swelling his rims a wheels for 350 since have to replace two tires. Rims are in excellent shape on 1000 miles on them but will a 20 inch 7.5 rim fit my car?
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:12 AM   #2
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Yeah, but kinda narrow I'd look to sell them for something with a little more... Girth?
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Yeah I didn't how narrow they were. I wanted at least 8.5 but hard deal to say no to.
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It's a good deal. I'd buy them and upgrade later.
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The only problem I see with those is that they are pretty skinny and they look a lot like the camaro wheels. But that's a pretty good deal
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A 20x7.5 is gonna be thin. I would try and buy a set for the rears with atleast a 9.5-11 width.
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Yeah I what I thought to thin I mean they'll work I guess but I may buy them and just flip them for some more cash
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