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Old 20 Mar 2004, 01:45 am
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Hey people. I am currently at factory ride height and was wondering something: Can 20s fit relatively safely in the back? I'm thinking 18s in the front so I don't have any speedo-/odo- problems and some tight looking matching 20s in the back with about an extra inch or inch and a half of width, too. It would be nice if some know-all could tell me all my rim height and width restrictions on a factory ride height PT and what all I need to get to overcome the minor restrictions. Thanks a lot and don't be afraid to reply even if you have 18s or 19s with some extra clearance. "Bring it to the table." Thanks a lot. Andy.
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Old 20 Mar 2004, 02:16 am
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You can fit 20's with no probs. Asymmetric wheels prevent rotating tho. There are some of us who ride diff sizes and a couple who have dubs.
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chumper, welcome to the forum!
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Old 20 Mar 2004, 11:00 am
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PTChix is riding 18/20s. Id ask her any specefic questions but I believe that setup is ideal...If I didnt love power so much Id be all over it...
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Old 01 Apr 2004, 12:00 am
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I HAVE 17 IN THE FRONT 20 IN THE REAR BOZE RIMS WITH CONTINENTAL TIRES NO PROBLEMS AT ALL AND I HAVE THEM FOR SALE IF YOU R INTERE[?][^][?]STED
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