Wheels to aggressive ?

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    Hey guys, so I found a set of wheels but I really liked and in a size that I would like to use. However the offset of the wheels is 22 for both. I've read some people saying that this would be too aggressive has the back wheels in particular would be sticking out a lot. What do you guys think? Screenshot_20200213-124813_Samsung Internet.jpg
     
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    You’ll get a lot more direct answer if you’re posting this under the correct sub form not just GD. Just trying to help you out :) Put this under the wheel & tire forum.
     
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    Will do , thanks
     
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    yea, they people on the sub know there stuff.
     
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    These are the offsets on my Forgestar F14s:
    20x11 +42
    20x9.5 +56

    The ones that you stated above will be horrible. Just say NO lol!
     
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    OEM vs this wheel fitment. Lots of poke
     
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    Could be cool. lol
     
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    Would there have to be any tweaking to make them work? Or will they just bolt on ? I'm personally not too opposed to having them come out a bit . Maybe I'm crazy ?
     
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    They'll bolt on just fine. I'd be concerned when your suspension compresses and your fenders carve into your tires though.
     
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    They will probably stick out by over an inch in the front and just under an inch in the rear.

    Not sure what your supersized twin turbos and supercharger will do to that setup. Good luck.
     
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    I don’t think the fronts would be too bad, super aggressive but might work, but those rears will be 1” _past_ the fenders. Ick. Long story short, those don’t fit (without fender flares)
     
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    The greater the offset, the more forces you apply to the hub, which = more chance of failure. Just something to think about.
     
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