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Will 20 inch rims fit on 2016 Max?

Old 07-11-2016, 10:32 AM
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Will 20 inch rims fit on 2016 Max?

Looking to upgrade to 20 inch rims but I am not sure if they will rub. Has anyone installed these yet? Thanks
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Old 07-11-2016, 03:52 PM
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Yes 20inch wheels will definitely fit no issues or problems. I'm running 20x10 rims with no issues.
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Old 07-11-2016, 05:24 PM
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That's awesome! The dealership said they will definitely not fit and to stick to 19s
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Do your rub at all? And what profile is your tire?
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No rubbing at all I'm running a 255/35/20 Dunlop tire
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No rubbing at all I'm running a 255/35/20 Dunlop tire
Show us them 20's
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Old 07-11-2016, 08:49 PM
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Here you go
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Old 07-12-2016, 08:28 AM
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Here you go

DAYUM!!!!!!

That is drop-dead gorgeous.
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No rubbing at all I'm running a 255/35/20 Dunlop tire
Which Dunlop are you running?
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Old 07-12-2016, 09:16 AM
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Which Dunlop are you running?
Dunlop Direzza DZ102
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Are you lowered? If so, with what?
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Are you lowered? If so, with what?
Yes lowered on bc coilovers
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Looks great!!
20.10 all around? whats the offset ?
thinking about 10.5 45 offset in the rear just concerned about it sticking past the fender too much.
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Originally Posted by maxxxedddd View Post
Looks great!!
20.10 all around? whats the offset ?
thinking about 10.5 45 offset in the rear just concerned about it sticking past the fender too much.
20x10 all around and 45 offset
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Originally Posted by Siny66 View Post
20x10 all around and 45 offset

I'm staggered 20x10.5 rear & 20x9 offset 38 front. Have slight rubbing inner fender well up front. Assuming you experienced the same ? Any solution ?
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Originally Posted by maxxxedddd View Post




I'm staggered 20x10.5 rear & 20x9 offset 38 front. Have slight rubbing inner fender well up front. Assuming you experienced the same ? Any solution ?
Every millimeter counts + Stretched tires can avoid rubbing issues.
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maxxxedddd r u dropped?
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maxxxedddd r u dropped?
No, stock .
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Old 11-05-2016, 06:09 AM
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Yes

I just added these Niche 20x10 255/35/20 with a +40 offset.



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Looking to upgrade to 20 inch rims but I am not sure if they will rub. Has anyone installed these yet? Thanks
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Old 11-05-2016, 01:23 PM
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^^^^
Nice choice in wheels
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Nice, what size?
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Nice choice in wheels
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do you have any rubbing at all in the front? I have the same set up with 40 offset. Real light rubbing.
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Originally Posted by bebanoscar1 View Post
do you have any rubbing at all in the front? I have the same set up with 40 offset. Real light rubbing.
Roll the fenders. Problem solved.
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It's not the fender. Its the plastic wheel well cover. Retailer is sending me new tires 245/35/20 and hes paying for the remounting. Will that take care of the rubbing?

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Old 11-07-2016, 04:59 PM
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this is a great site for seeing if you desired wheel/tire combo will fit against what you are currently running as long as you know the offset which should not be hard to find with all the helpful peeps on this site.

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sorry, here is the site: https://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp
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Do you have any rubbing issues? I have 20x10 all the way around 255/35/20 and there is light rubbing when on an angle. Wheel well liner.

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Originally Posted by bebanoscar1 View Post
Nice, what size?
20x9 with a 35 offset. No rubbing at all with 245/35/20 Summitomo HTRZ 3 summer tires.

Stock suspension too, but it still looks pretty good.
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U can go up to 22s on the 8th Gen 22x8 with a 245/30/22 will fit no prob no scrub no lift required.
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Old 11-19-2016, 05:45 AM
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U can go up to 22s on the 8th Gen 22x8 with a 245/30/22 will fit no prob no scrub no lift required.
You probably can, but there's plenty of functional reasons you shouldn't.
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I'm running 245/35/20 up front and 275/30/20 rears but I'm having rubbing issues up front any recommendations to take care of that issue. Wheels are staggered 20 x 9 front, 20 x 10.5 rears.

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Nice. Worst case scenario for me. I have to send back the Verona's and I am expecting these.


20x9 front
20x10 rear
245/30/20 285/35/20
Will post new pics next week.
Are you having rubbing issues also?
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Nice wheel, I'm running Vossen on mine, love em, but I have to get the rubbing issue taken care of, may have to roll the interior liner so I won't have any issues.
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Please share any photos of finished product just in case I need to do the same.
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Nice wheel, I'm running Vossen on mine, love em, but I have to get the rubbing issue taken care of, may have to roll the interior liner so I won't have any issues.
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u guys r looking good
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Thanks Chiefly
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my buddy is running 22's he states take off plastic liner and a metal guard which does nothing anyway.. no issues...
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Old 12-06-2016, 02:21 PM
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you can remove the metal plate?
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I'm having the liner adjusted and rolled so there won't be any issues. Later putting coilovers on once they become available. There aren't any made for the 8h Gen Max yet. At least none that my guy can find. I'd rather do air suspension (Accuair) but can't justify the cost right now. My wife would kill me. Ha!
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