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Old 05-11-2012, 10:11 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Anyone Running 20" MSR Part #087

Looking for a pic of a maxima running MSR 087 wheels?
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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

@Slightly Stoopid He had these, I like the stye the problem I see is only 7.5in wide for starts, I guess the offset isn't too good either.
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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

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@Slightly Stoopid He had these, I like the stye the problem I see is only 7.5in wide for starts, I guess the offset isn't too good either.
Hmmm....I didn't know they were only 7.5 wide...

I do know the offset of the ones I'm looking at is +40....is that good? bad?
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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

From what I remember a lot of MSR's are 7.5. If its 7.5" wide and +40, it'll pretty much look stock but bigger, which isn't good. You want something at least 8.5" wide, and at 8.5" I'd look for something around +30 and under.
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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

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Hmmm....I didn't know they were only 7.5 wide...

I do know the offset of the ones I'm looking at is +40....is that good? bad?
yea man they're only made 7.5 +40 which sucks ride quality and looks really sunk in.

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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

I mean that's really too bad. Their Made In the USA and nice style, what where they thinking?

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yea man they're only made 7.5 +40 which sucks ride quality and looks really sunk in.

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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

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Holy hell that's sunk lol. And to think that's the same width and offset as stock wheels, how come it seems only European cars have decent OEM fitment.
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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

Yeah those off sets suck .
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Default Re: Anyone running 20" MSR Part #087

lol yup
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