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Jan 30, 10:42pm - #94084 
20's...

Are you guys absolutely sure that they won't fit, even if you rolled the fenders and all? confused wink

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Jan 30, 10:56pm - #94085 
You MIGHT get them to fit, depending on your suspension setup and if you rolled the fenders.

But you'd have to get such ridiculously thin tires that it wouldn't be practical for daily driving.

For show, maybe.


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Jan 30, 10:57pm - #94086 
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Jan 30, 10:59pm - #94087 
My 19's, with 215/35 tires.

You might could pull it off, if you don't care to turn.

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Jan 30, 11:03pm - #94088 
Originally Posted by Evan
You MIGHT get them to fit, depending on your suspension setup and if you rolled the fenders.

But you'd have to get such ridiculously thin tires that it wouldn't be practical for daily driving.

For show, maybe.


Well, if you wouldn't be able to drive with them daily, then I guess they're out. 19's would be the best bet I guess. frown grin

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Jan 30, 11:07pm - #94089 
Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Originally Posted by Evan
You MIGHT get them to fit, depending on your suspension setup and if you rolled the fenders.

But you'd have to get such ridiculously thin tires that it wouldn't be practical for daily driving.

For show, maybe.


Well, if you wouldn't be able to drive with them daily, then I guess they're out. 19's would be the best bet I guess. frown grin


Even 19's are pushing it. Look at Trojan's car.. he has 19's with 35 series tires. That's pretty thin if you hit a pothole frown


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Jan 30, 11:17pm - #94090 
Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
please dont...


PLEASE don't...


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Jan 30, 11:19pm - #94091 
dont get 20's.

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Jan 30, 11:22pm - #94092 
yea a lot of risks...go 18s and a drop u'll be satisfied

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Jan 30, 11:23pm - #94093 
Originally Posted by dennis
dont get 20's.


I'm not. wink

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Jan 30, 11:32pm - #94094 
good thumbsup

Originally Posted by MptGlw69

Are you guys absolutely sure that they won't fit, even if you rolled the fenders and all? confused wink

hmmm, only now am i detecting a hint of sarcasm here...

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Jan 30, 11:37pm - #94095 
Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Originally Posted by Evan
You MIGHT get them to fit, depending on your suspension setup and if you rolled the fenders.

But you'd have to get such ridiculously thin tires that it wouldn't be practical for daily driving.

For show, maybe.


Well, if you wouldn't be able to drive with them daily, then I guess they're out. 19's would be the best bet I guess. frown grin


Haha I wouldn't call 19s a best bet. Nobody stocks the tires, and the best price I could find online were $160 a piece. Bit of a loud and rough ride, too. ...though I don't hear or feel it anymore, personally.

They're lookers though. wave

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Jan 30, 11:39pm - #94096 
Originally Posted by dennis
good thumbsup

Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Are you guys absolutely sure that they won't fit, even if you rolled the fenders and all? confused wink

hmmm, only now am i detecting a hint of sarcasm here...


No sarcasm. That was a serious question since they were a consideration.

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Jan 30, 11:40pm - #94097 
waaaaaaayyyyyyy too big


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Jan 30, 11:41pm - #94098 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
waaaaaaayyyyyyy too big


Yes, I found that out already. tongue

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Jan 30, 11:43pm - #94099 
which rims did you want to get anyways?...

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Jan 30, 11:51pm - #94100 
Originally Posted by dennis
which rims did you want to get anyways?...


If 20's would have fit, I would probably have went with these..Giovanna Attacks

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Jan 30, 11:52pm - #94101 
But the 19's that i'm getting are these..Axis Illuminati's. tasty

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Jan 30, 11:52pm - #94102 
Originally Posted by MptGlw69

Originally Posted by dennis

which rims did you want to get anyways?...


If 20's would have fit, I would probably have went with these..Giovanna Attacks

not bad, but as was already mentioned, too big

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Jan 31, 12:09am - #94103 
20's can fit in rear. But not in front.

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Jan 31, 12:10am - #94104 
Originally Posted by RacerX225
20's can fit in rear. But not in front.

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air ride suspension though...

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Jan 31, 12:13am - #94105 
Originally Posted by dennis
Originally Posted by RacerX225
20's can fit in rear. But not in front.

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air ride suspension though...


The airride suspension just makes it go up and down?


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Jan 31, 12:19am - #94106 
yea, pretty much
wasnt that celica on ebay?

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Jan 31, 12:29am - #94107 
20's and you'll have to go straght at all the times...
No turns... crazy

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Jan 31, 12:31am - #94108 
Originally Posted by dennis
yea, pretty much
wasnt that celica on ebay?


yup


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Jan 31, 12:59am - #94109 
"What's your 1/4 time?"

"Well it was mid 14's, but then I got the 20s..."

"So whatcha run with them?"

"My 0-60 time is 'maybe'"


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Jan 31, 1:02am - #94110 
Originally Posted by RevMonster
"What's your 1/4 time?"

"Well it was mid 14's, but then I got the 20s..."

"So whatcha run with them?"

"My 0-60 time is 'maybe'"


Well, performance is the last thing that I care about, so it wouldn't really matter. But yeah, 20's would definatly slow you down a lot. spineyes wink

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Jan 31, 2:07am - #94111 
Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Originally Posted by RevMonster
"What's your 1/4 time?"

"Well it was mid 14's, but then I got the 20s..."

"So whatcha run with them?"

"My 0-60 time is 'maybe'"


Well, performance is the last thing that I care about, so it wouldn't really matter. But yeah, 20's would definatly slow you down a lot. spineyes wink
20's will fit i've done it first hand but slim turnin radius...but if you go 20's then its pure show so who cares if you can't go fast still loooks dope!

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Jan 31, 2:16am - #94112 
$160 a tire? Heh, that's less than what I paid for my yoko's.

And a 35 series tire isn't that easy to destroy. I've lost count how many times I've hit a pothole going 35mph+ & nothing has happened grin

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Jan 31, 3:34pm - #94113 
Originally Posted by celica2kgts
Originally Posted by MptGlw69
Originally Posted by RevMonster
"What's your 1/4 time?"

"Well it was mid 14's, but then I got the 20s..."

"So whatcha run with them?"

"My 0-60 time is 'maybe'"


Well, performance is the last thing that I care about, so it wouldn't really matter. But yeah, 20's would definatly slow you down a lot. spineyes wink


20's will fit i've done it first hand but slim turnin radius...but if you go 20's then its pure show so who cares if you can't go fast still loooks dope!


Well are you able to do everyday driving then? Can they handle just regular turning?

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Jan 31, 3:48pm - #94114 
ya no crazy turns just ez driving should be fine i was

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Jan 31, 3:58pm - #94115 
Why did you get rid of them anyway?

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Jan 31, 4:23pm - #94116 
i didn't buy them my local garage put them on for me to see if i really wanted them i dicided to go with 18's instead just cause of the area and i didn't have a second car yet so i really only wanted 20's for shows

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Jan 31, 4:31pm - #94117 
How much would you could drop the car with them? Or would the wheel well almost be gone with just the rims?

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Jan 31, 6:18pm - #94118 
IMO, 20's are just too damn big for the celi. They look great on suv's, but they just aren't meant for this car! rolleyes

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Jan 31, 6:25pm - #94119 
I've been thinking about it and I think 19's is what I should really go with. 20's will probably be a bit big and impractical. spineyes

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Jan 31, 8:39pm - #94120 
To fit 20's sucessfuly, you will need to remove the plastics in the wheel wells and probably trim the fenders to fit them, not just roll them; Material will have to be removed from the fenders, and the sharp edges will need to be rolled. You will also need to add fender flares, you could do it, but it would take some tweaking.

Needless to say, your speedometer wouldn't be accurate anymore after the swap, and the sidewalls on the tires would need to be so short that You'll be sweating bullets just thinking about potholes.

Personally, I wouldn't go bigger than 17's, anything over 17's is generally considered overkill on our cars.


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