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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-14-2018, 06:03 PM Thread Starter
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Oops I was mistaken, the 9Ē wheel with a +32 offset should sit just about right.

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Better than the 8.5 with 42 offset? Just making sure. Its the wife ride so she will want it to be just a touch wider than stock.
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post #12 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-15-2018, 06:59 PM
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The 8.5 with a 42 offset is perfect, Iím considering having forged wheels made and would probably go with those specs, I have 20x9.5 with a 35 offset and they are a bit on the aggressive side, they look great though and the ride wasnít compromised.
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Better than the 8.5 with 42 offset? Just making sure. Its the wife ride so she will want it to be just a touch wider than stock.
Thanks for the input!
Here is a great tool for figuring out what will fit and what will not, also lets you see clearances ,poke, etc compared to factory.

https://www.wheel-size.com/calc/
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The person selling these on eBay said they fit the older pacificas. So I want to double confirm, that these will fit the newer ones. Heres the specs
20x8.5
offset 42
backspacing 6.4
5x127
hub bore 71.6

Seems right to me but guess I need reassurance...
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I think I'm about to order them. I kept hoping to find some oem takeoffs, but I'm sure that is a rare scenario
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So I ordered them, now I need to figure out what tire, sounds like the size to go with is 255/45/20. Then what style
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You’ll have to let us know how they fit up and put some photos up too please. I’ll be looking for a set next spring after I take off the winter tires. Another couple months maybe for the original 18” michelins should about wear them out so they won’t be going back on next spring. Time to get some 20s.
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So I ordered them, now I need to figure out what tire, sounds like the size to go with is 255/45/20. Then what style
Whatís the weather like where you live, Iíd recommend the 255/45 and if it were me Iíd get Michelin Pilot Super Sports, they are the best tires Iíve owned another option for less money is Dunlop Sport Max GT.
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Its southern Indiana, so generally nice. The winters though you never know. One year not much snow to speak of then the next year its 3-4 good snows. So I would like an all round good tire for every season.

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Whatís the weather like where you live, Iíd recommend the 255/45 and if it were me Iíd get Michelin Pilot Super Sports, they are the best tires Iíve owned another option for less money is Dunlop Sport Max GT.
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