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Old 05-04-2011, 02:11 AM   #11
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but its a widebody
put those rims on a stock body supra and i think the rims wouldnt work to good and you would need thinner rims to fit a stock body
True, but they'd still be 20s in diameter... and besides, you can fit wide rims under fender flares - no need for a widebody.
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Old 05-12-2011, 03:07 PM   #12
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I guess this is a pretty subjective area. I believe this setup looks great:
this is the look I'm trying to get for my car... What size are these wheels and tires and what's the offset? I have to put my car in the shop to get painted soon, so if I have to roll my fenders to get the wheels to fit, I would rather do I before the paint job...I will post some pics of my car soon, I've just been responding through my phone and can't figure out how to post pics on this site as yet... I'll try again this weekend...

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Old 05-14-2011, 03:00 AM   #13
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this is the look I'm trying to get for my car... What size are these wheels and tires and what's the offset? I have to put my car in the shop to get painted soon, so if I have to roll my fenders to get the wheels to fit, I would rather do I before the paint job...I will post some pics of my car soon, I've just been responding through my phone and can't figure out how to post pics on this site as yet... I'll try again this weekend...
Pretty sure that's a widebody Mkiv. You'd have to do a lot more than just roll your fenders to get those wheels to fit (due to their width, not their diameter).
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:27 AM   #15
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Thanks for posting the pic - your setup looks great.

If you don't mind me asking, what is your rwhp (approx.), and how is your traction from a dead stop?
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Thanks for posting the pic - your setup looks great.

If you don't mind me asking, what is your rwhp (approx.), and how is your traction from a dead stop?
I only have a base, 5 speed manuel.
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I like the look of 20's as well, but I would be afraid of the ride quality with that slim of a tire. I just bought 19's for my Supra the other day. My question to you guys is what tire size should I go with front and back? My fronts rims are 8.5 inch wide, & my rears are going to be 9.5 inch wide. What size tires do you guys recommend? I was either thinking 275/30/19 or 285/30/19 in the rear, & 235/35/19 in the front? I am also selling what I have seen in the picture below, PM me if your interested or if you want more information about them! I will also put an ad in the classified section for the wheels I am selling.


Oh & I don't want to roll the fenders, if that makes a difference. I am also installing TIEN coilovers as well,
Thanks guys!

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love the look with the red accent! Awesome car man
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I like the look of 20's as well, but I would be afraid of the ride quality with that slim of a tire. I just bought 19's for my Supra the other day. My question to you guys is what tire size should I go with front and back? My fronts rims are 8.5 inch wide, & my rears are going to be 9.5 inch wide. What size tires do you guys recommend? I was either thinking 275/30/19 or 285/30/19 in the rear, & 235/35/19 in the front? I am also selling what I have seen in the picture below, PM me if your interested or if you want more information about them! I will also put an ad in the classified section for the wheels I am selling.


Oh & I don't want to roll the fenders, if that makes a difference. I am also installing TIEN coilovers as well,
Thanks guys!

sorry about the blurriness of the first picture
What is your rwhp? This should be your starting point to determine your rear rim width. Since you say your rears are going to be factory-spec 9.5 inch, I hope you're planning to limit your hp to factory specs too (320hp).
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I only have a base, 5 speed manuel.
I see. Traction isn't an issue then. Hmmmmmm.....
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