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Managed to fit 20x10 all around

So this Monday I received my car back from K&N from an intake test fitment. Immediate I took it to a wheel company named Road Street Race for a new set of wheels. I had Falken provide me with some FK453 and RS_R suspension helped me out with their down sus springs. Here is how it came out. Thinking about lowering it another inch, other than that, I am very happy with the set up. Honestly, I am surprised they managed to fit 20x10's all around haha.
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Road Street Race R702 20x10 et43
FK453 245/35/r20
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Those wheels look really good especially on the black. Nice job.

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Good work there! Thanks for posting pics...

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I was thinking the wheels would look better in a darker finish, like gun metal but in that finish they go very well with black!

Hopefully those wheels stay mint and don't get any curb rash.
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Those are some of the nicest rims for the TLX that I have seen so far. Good job man. You should be proud.
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Thanks you for the feedback everybody. I really appreciate it.

I was hesitant at first to post this but just wanted to getsome feedback and see if I should do something different. So far I got an ideato go wider like a 255/35/r20.
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Thanks you for the feedback everybody. I really appreciate it.

I was hesitant at first to post this but just wanted to get some feedback and see if I should do something different. So far I got an idea to go wider like a 255/35/r20.
Glad you posted. We can all learn something from each other. It's also cool to see what others are up to with their TLX.
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Looks good! Glad to see someone trying something different! I have a couple questions for you.
1) Any rub with the 20x10 all around?
2) How are you liking the k&n intake they developed on your car?
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can we get some angled shots of the wheel wells and tire? I want to see how that looks. I want to do 20x10 rear and 20x8.5 up front with 275/30/20 rear tires, but I am unsure of the offset to get to make it as flush as possible without rub.

Front I want 245/35/20 and want to to be as flush as can be as well without rub. I have no idea where to start with the offsets though.
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