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Old 09-19-2015, 09:49 AM   #1
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Quick question. I can get a set it ar605 20x10 with +34mm offset I think they may work on the back but what about the front. They are such a good deal I don't want to pass them up but need to find out first no good if they do t fit. Thsnks

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I don't think they will work as the offset is to narrow. I'm running 50mm in the rear with 20x9.5" and 295x35/20's. My fronts are 44mm offset with 275x40/19's and I'm lowered 1.5 in front and 2" in the rear.
I'd call AR and ask the question before I'd pull the trigger.
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Plus don't buy 20's I have a set, they are only good for drifting. Want to hook up buy 15's-17's


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You can hook up perfectly fine with 20's also.
Or 19's
18's ect.


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I guess it depends on how much power you have!


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I should have went with 20+12. But they aren't made for the strip, and on the street 1-2 will spin all day!


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I guess it depends on how much power you have!


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Not really. 1,000hp you can still hook up with 20's

It's Suspension and tire choice

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