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Hi all 

I have seen some wheels 

not sure if it’s negative or positive. Please see pics  

20” 

front 9j with -16 offset  245 35 20

tear 10 j with -16 offset 275 35 20

would tear fit without any rubbing or hassle ? 

Cheers 

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Are they the correct bolt pattern? (5x120)

Those offsets are pretty extreme so I'd imagine they'd almost certainly be a problem fit.

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Yea they are 5 x120 pcd 

and offset is 16 positive. 

Front imsure is fine but rear 275 and 10j is I’m worried about. 

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At that offset and wheel size if you don't get rubbing then just the usual tramlining, poor ride quality and increased wear on suspension components.

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Ignore me. I live amongst the travesty of roads that is south London. I'd be putting smaller wheels than factory on to cope with the sinkholes.

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