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Rim

Size: 20*8.5

Brand: XHP

Type: Razor Black

Price: $1200

http://www.tempetyres.com.au/products_clos...mp;part_no=1691

Tyres

Size: 245/35/20

Brand: Kumho

Type: Ecsta SPT KU31

Price: $1000

http://www.tempetyres.com.au/products_clos...amp;part_no=570

Total: $2200

So i got them installed on Wednesday.. Very happy

Scrubs a little bit when got weight in the back only on the inner side of the back tyres.

Car feels firmer on the road.. more grip..

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Good work brother, looks nice as, black rims makes it look tough as.

Dont worry about the scubbing, unless it starts to scrub a hole in the inside the black guard and rubs against the bumper clip. If it doesnt come anywhere near a clip, you laughing, and will have no probs.

The red and black looks sweet.

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Looks awesome dude - congrats!

I've been trying to find some 20"s that would suit my red zr6 for a while - and seeing how black looks on yours has made me re-think my approach...

What did you lower your car on? and by how much yea?

Cheers

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Guys I dont get the part when you roll your fender back?

In this case if Soloman's new rims keeps rubbing he will need to roll the fender back right?

Anyone enlighten me on this?

Cheers :)

Well...In Soloman's case...3 things can done.

1. Change his tyres to a lower profile..

2. Roll his vender

3. Camber it

Rollin his vender would probably be the best way. It would also solve the problem when he wants to lower his car by a bit.

Well, it doesnt really work for me thou, as I lowered my car by quite heapz..

Alternatively, u can do any of the 3 above..

Corrent me If I'm wrong.

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Few answers to some questions..

No i did not lower my car at all.. Also the tyres are not scrubing on the body at all its the spring on the inside that it is scrubbing on..

going from 17*7.5 to 20*8.5 have moved the rubbed just below the spring and that is causing some rubbing when the car is leaning in corners.

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Few answers to some questions..

No i did not lower my car at all.. Also the tyres are not scrubing on the body at all its the spring on the inside that it is scrubbing on..

going from 17*7.5 to 20*8.5 have moved the rubbed just below the spring and that is causing some rubbing when the car is leaning in corners.

Ignore my post then...

My post is for when the tyres are scrubbin against the vender.

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