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Best Aggressive Wheel Offsets?

Herroweric

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Aug 30, 2020
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Irvine, CA
Front 20 x 9.5J +45 - Rear 20 x 10.5J +25
 

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Jdmoto

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Jul 6, 2021
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GTR wheels, awesome! That's the reason why I asked about 20 x 10.5 et25 lol. I was looking at the 2012 - 2016 GTR wheels.

Did you have to adjust for camber? Also what tires are you running in the rear 275?
 

Herroweric

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Aug 30, 2020
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Irvine, CA
GTR wheels, awesome! That's the reason why I asked about 20 x 10.5 et25 lol. I was looking at the 2012 - 2016 GTR wheels.

Did you have to adjust for camber? Also what tires are you running in the rear 275?

no adjustments needed. Running factory GTR tire sizing, so the rears are 285s. They are for sale btw ;)
 

Googone20

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May 14, 2021
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Lake Orion, MI
Got my new setup mounted on my MYP. 20x10.5 ET35 square with 275/40/20 Continental DWS 06 Plus square. I would have preferred a slightly more aggressive offset, but the combination of Fitment, style, weight, and cost were all factors. This setup saves me 15lbs per corner over the stock MYP set.
 

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marcodant

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May 19, 2021
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Got my new setup mounted on my MYP. 20x10.5 ET35 square with 275/40/20 Continental DWS 06 Plus square. I would have preferred a slightly more aggressive offset, but the combination of Fitment, style, weight, and cost were all factors. This setup saves me 15lbs per corner over the stock MYP set.
what wheels are those? mfg?
 

Jdmoto

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Jul 6, 2021
22
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Chicago
Got my new setup mounted on my MYP. 20x10.5 ET35 square with 275/40/20 Continental DWS 06 Plus square. I would have preferred a slightly more aggressive offset, but the combination of Fitment, style, weight, and cost were all factors. This setup saves me 15lbs per corner over the stock MYP set.

Do you have a pic of the front? does it poke out?
 

Googone20

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May 14, 2021
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Lake Orion, MI
The wheels are Aodhan AFF7 Rotary Forged wheels. 23lbs per 20x10.5 wheel.
I’ll try to get some better pictures of the setup for you guys. I love the look of the wheels so much better than stock. More bulldog and meaty.
 

Jdmoto

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Jul 6, 2021
22
15
Chicago
How about running 295/40/20 on 20x10 ET30, rears stock LR height. I'm mainly concerned about the rear fender & tire poke. Do you guys think it would fit well without any camber adjustment? The wife will also be driving the MYLR, so maximum rim protection is needed.
 

Googone20

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May 14, 2021
49
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Lake Orion, MI
That will fit fine in terms of offset and such. Tire is pretty tall compared to a stock one, but it will also fit fine with zero issues.

What size front tire are you planning to run?
 

Jdmoto

Member
Jul 6, 2021
22
15
Chicago
That will fit fine in terms of offset and such. Tire is pretty tall compared to a stock one, but it will also fit fine with zero issues.

What size front tire are you planning to run?
Looking to run a 20x9.5 et30 with 275/40 that the fronts I know will clear. Just worried about the 295 sticking out and rubbing on the plastic fender during compression.
 

SDM44

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Aug 9, 2019
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Los Angeles
Running 21x9.5 square setup with +30mm offset and 265/35-21 tires. Sits flush on the front & rear and don't poke out. If anything, the rear could use a 5mm spacers for a bit more, but it's not needed.


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