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Old 26th April 2013, 22:42   #1
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20 x 11 rear 18mm offset ???

Will 20 x 11 rear 18mm offset fit? If used will fenders require rolling? What tires would you recommend?

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Old 26th April 2013, 23:51   #2
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You will rub. 20x11 +20 is flush without a fender pull and using 285/35/20 (a little stretch).
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Thanks for the Reply !!

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Anyone complete a successful fender roll with this size and offset?
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You will rub. 20x11 +20 is flush without a fender pull and using 285/35/20 (a little stretch).
I'm not so sure about that. Depends on suspension set up too. Are you stock, H&R, Eibach, Dinan springs, or coil overs? I have 20X11 ET 17 Rears with 295/30/20 tires no rub with both H&R springs and KWV3 coil overs.

Edit: I also know that a couple of members (deebom3 and indyredbeast) are running pretty aggressive rears with Varrstoen 20X11s with little to no rubbing.

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I'm not so sure about that. Depends on suspension set up too. Are you stock, H&R, Eibach, Dinan springs, or coil overs? I have 20X11 ET 17 Rears with 295/30/20 tires no rub with both H&R springs and KWV3 coil overs.

Edit: I also know that a couple of members (deebom3 and indyredbeast) are running pretty aggressive rears with Varrstoen 20X11s with little to no rubbing.
deebom3 is running +20 offset (+35 w/ 15mm spacer) and stated he was rubbing with 285s. I've got the 20x11 Varrstoens myself and I'm running the +25 with 3mm spacers, 295s and my fenders are slightly pulled and I still rub on occasion. Oh I'm also running BC Racing Coilover setup.

Are you sure you are running 20x11 with +17 cause that seems very aggressive especially with 295s.

Oh and one other thing, the 295s I'm running in the back are Michelin SuperSports which I've read run wider than others.

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deebom3 is running +20 offset (+35 w/ 15mm spacer) and stated he was rubbing with 285s. I've got the 20x11 Varrstoens myself and I'm running the +25 with 3mm spacers, 295s and my fenders are slightly pulled and I still rub on occasion. Oh I'm also running BC Racing Coilover setup.

Are you sure you are running 20x11 with +17 cause that seems very aggressive especially with 295s.
I'm very sure...

20 x 11 rear 18mm offset ???-img_05995.jpg

Also running Michelin SS front and rears.

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I dont think I've seen your car with these.....any pics you can share?
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I dont think I've seen your car with these.....any pics you can share?
Haha, no one has!! My car has been receiving mods since October of last year and I've driven it about 2 miles (one shop to another)!! I'll post some this week when I get it back. I'm actually going to start a new build thread since there have been so many changes since my front bumper.
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I am running a 20x11 et20 (et25 b/f 5mm spacer) on a 285 tire with coilovers (pretty low) and rub on big dips. Normal roads it's not a problem, but my tires have a mild stretch to them. If you're running 295 or wider, it will be rubbing with that offset if running lower than an H&R/Eibach ride height, also if you're roads are not smooth like here in AZ, then it will def be rub city unless you get a pull/roll.

Here's a photo for reference, you could see I have a few mm between the tire and fender. It rubs on the infamous fender/bumper bolt fastener.

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I should have prefaced what I said with I have not run this set up for any significant time (i.e. no big dips, people in the back seat, or luggage) so there is a chance that I will have some rubbing on that rear bumper edge or the bolt head. I did run a set of 20X10.5 ET 25 with a 12mm spacer on 285 Hankooks with very very minor rubbing on big dips.
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