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Sounds like a Steeda wheel right? The Spyder? I know the offsets on those are 45+ in the front and I think...60+ in the rear?
Yes, Steeda Spyders are available in 20x11, as are Shelby CS1s, several Forgestar offerings, and of course custom wheels.


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^ Right. I just figured because of the front 9.5" width. Not too many brands do those, sadly.


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I've already ordered the whole package....tires/wheels. But, as a side note, I've decided to run Vossen CV2's in 20x9/20x10.5 with 255/35 & 295/35. Took a bit of a gamble but hey, I think I'll be ok. First time around, if its not what I want there's always 2,3,4,5, etc. lol thanks for the input though. Much appreciated!


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That information doesn't really help unless you add details about tire brand, wheel offset, and suspension details.
The car was lowered about an inch. But we just put coilovers on it and its closer to 1.5" front 2" rear now.

I'm pretty sure the fronts are 44mm offset.

And the rears are 62mm.

A 9.5" with 41-44mm of offset fits just fine front or rear.

The rear is tighter. a 11" rim needs to be in the 61-63mm range.

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Sounds like a Steeda wheel right? The Spyder? I know the offsets on those are 45+ in the front and I think...60+ in the rear?
The car used to have Steeda Spyders. I think they are 45/62.

It has TSW Interlagos now.

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Also, I think NT05's are the tire of choice for those.
Were running INVO's on this car. I have NT05's on my 2007. I'm not thrilled to death with them. I wouldn't buy them a second time.

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