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So the 20,s with tires weigh 56 lbs per corner. The stock 17,s weigh in at 48 lbs per corner. I gain weight but look better.

My sizes for referance are 20 x 8.5 +40 offset with a tire size of 245 35 20

With this set up my overall diameter is equal to the stock 18 inch tires used on this car. And the wheels sit flush!!.


 

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Rims look great, and I agree that with a slight lowering, everything would look very clean. I suppose that's dependant on whether or not this vehicle is being used in the winter. Sometimes its better not to lower the ground clearance. I wonder if you'll notice and different in power with the weight gain. Let us know how it rides.
 

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No rubbing whatsoever. Lots of clearance. I may do a 1.5 inch drop on suspension. As for the 40 lbs you wont feel that in performance its negligable. Handling is improved due to the lower profile side wall . A bit more road noise but thats due to the cheaper brand tores i baught.
 

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They look awesome. I personally like the elevated height since this is a CUV type vehicle and I personally would not lower, but either way they look good.
 
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