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i have a 09 camry le.

i have trd springs..

will 20x8.5 20offset with 245/35 be a issue? like rubbing.

also.. what is the lowest offset i can go with.. what is the recommended offset. i want the deep dish look.


what do you guys think about these wheels they come in .

http://www.1010tires.com/images/wheels/super/privat_bremsen_lg_super.jpg
these come in 20/40 offset

http://www.wheelsdirectonline.com/privat/netzsilverBIG.jpg
38offset only
not trying to bring down your choice or anything but since you like that style wouldn't it be better to get the trd 18s. they are very similar style, are 18s so tires should be cheeper, and might even be cheeper depending where you get them. though if you want these then i'm pretty sure that the 20 offset will mean that they will be a bit out of the fenders. so you should go with 40 or 38 offset. someone correct me if im wrong but i believe the higher the number the closer to struts and the lower the more they get closer to fender/stick out.
 

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i have a 09 camry le.

i have trd springs..

will 20x8.5 20offset with 245/35 be a issue? like rubbing.

also.. what is the lowest offset i can go with.. what is the recommended offset. i want the deep dish look.


what do you guys think about these wheels they come in .

http://www.1010tires.com/images/wheels/super/privat_bremsen_lg_super.jpg
these come in 20/40 offset

http://www.wheelsdirectonline.com/privat/netzsilverBIG.jpg
38offset only
20x8.5 20 offset with 245/35 will rub even if you still on stock srpings.
Since you're on TRD springs, it is safer to go with +38 or +40.
Also 245/35/20 is just a tad big for our overall diameter. It's still work but it will give your car that 4x4 look. :naughty:


not trying to bring down your choice or anything but since you like that style wouldn't it be better to get the trd 18s. they are very similar style, are 18s so tires should be cheeper, and might even be cheeper depending where you get them. though if you want these then i'm pretty sure that the 20 offset will mean that they will be a bit out of the fenders. so you should go with 40 or 38 offset. someone correct me if im wrong but i believe the higher the number the closer to struts and the lower the more they get closer to fender/stick out.
You are correct.
 

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20x8.5 20 offset with 245/35 will rub even if you still on stock srpings.
Since you're on TRD springs, it is safer to go with +38 or +40.
Also 245/35/20 is just a tad big for our overall diameter. It's still work but it will give your car that 4x4 look. :naughty:



You are correct.

ok so between 38 and 40. ok i dont want the offroad look LOL.. so what tire would be best. 245/30
 

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20x8.5 20 offset with 245/35 will rub even if you still on stock srpings.
Since you're on TRD springs, it is safer to go with +38 or +40.
Also 245/35/20 is just a tad big for our overall diameter. It's still work but it will give your car that 4x4 look. :naughty:



You are correct.
thanx lammi. this is a direct result of reading previous post/searching and doing my own research. happy i got it right the first time :lol:
 

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with +20 offset you will look like an Audi A4 on 20" wheels.

yeah...because there's never been a good looking audi a4 with 20s on it...but camrys always do.

and offset and diameter are two different things... apples to oranges...
 
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