Wheels-Tires What Are The Widest 20" Front Tires

84Ttop

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I'm going with Nitto NT01's and 285/35ZR20 is my only real option. I hope it ends up working If I could tweak the offset or backspacing a few mm I should be fine. Just hunting for wheels that fit.
keep in mind the fact that the wheel studs are now 14mm as opposed to prior years being 1/2"... Make sure the wheels you choose will fit over the studs :O_o:
 
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Be sure the rim manufacturer OKs the rim to fit the front and you should be good to go.

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84Ttop

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20x10 with 275/35/20 Mickey Thompson tires on my car with no issue @S550_Baker
 

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I have a 20x10" wheel on my car with 275/35/20 tires. Personally I think they fit and look great, with that being said I can imagine that the 285 will fit. There is a surprising amount of room in the front even with the 10" wide wheels.
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It's not lowered yet, but will be soon...
What kind of wheels are those? They look great!
 
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The 275/35/20 fits the front of the car perfect. I won't NOT go wider than that on a 10" wide rim.

Between the wheel and the shock body I have about 1/2 - 3/4", just enough to slide a finger between them, which is kinda my minimum clearance for wheels / tires / other components.

Here is the test fit on the wheels.....20x10's, 40mm offset, 7.0" backspacing...they fit, but I would not be comfortable even a hair wider....

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Out back you're good. This is the same rim and there is plenty of room. I'd have no issue putting an 11" wide rim and a 305 or 315 back there...

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And, all mounted up with 275/35/20's all the way around....

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I know this is an old thread but since you drive it daily, how is the harshness of the ride different from the stock 18" wheels, and how much did the gas mileage drop when going from 235's to 275"s all around?
 

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I have a 20x10" wheel on my car with 275/35/20 tires. Personally I think they fit and look great, with that being said I can imagine that the 285 will fit. There is a surprising amount of room in the front even with the 10" wide wheels.
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It's not lowered yet, but will be soon...
What is the offset on those rims?
 

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