I've just been eyeballing the clearance between my Camry's rim (not the tire, the rim itself) and the lower strut seats. I just don't see how you could fit 20's in there. Well, maybe without rubber on them! :lol:
17's from the tC and the tires that come stock on a tC will not fit under the camry without changing something. i tried it. took a car my dad was working on and tried them on my car while it was in the shop, rear didnt clear.
Yeah, I don't see how 20"s could fit. I suppose with coilovers and a narrow wheel/tire it might with the right offset. You'd still lose a lot of turning radius and it would look pretty bad (it would raise the car up a fair amount)
I like the way your car sits charlie with the 19's. I figured more or less that to fit 20's I'd have to be doing some extreme fender work. Pretty much one hell of a pull not to mention I'd need camber plates to tuck em in just right. Like I siad I was just wondering... I currently run some 17's but the next set I go for will be some 18's. Depending on how those look I'll decide if I want to go with some 19's or stick with the 18's and get some aggresive offsets and fender work. But I know for sure I'm going bigger!