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Im about to buy new rims and the ones i want of course are not the same specs at all that we have stock. I just want to me sure these will fit and i know i will need to get hub spacers since the center bore is different.

Size Width Bolt Pattern Offset Hub Bore

20, 10.5, 5x114.3, 47, 74.1
20, 9 , 5x114.3, 42, 74.1
20, 10, 5x114.3, 22, 74.1
20, 9, 5x114.3, 25, 74.1
20, 10.5, 5x114.3, 20, 74.1
20, 9.5, 5x114.3, 36, 74.1
20, 10.5, 5x114.3, 47, 74.1
20, 9 , 5x114.3, 42, 74.1
20, 10, 5x114.3, 22, 74.1
20, 9 , 5x114.3, 25, 74.1
20, 10.5, 5x114.3, 20, 74.1
20, 10, 5x114.3, 45, 60
20, 8.5, 5x114.3, 42, 60
20, 9.5, 5x114.3, 36, 74.1
19, 8.5, 5x114.3, 41, 60
19, 9.5, 5x114.3, 41, 60
Ok, those are all the specs they offer for our lug fit. Please no opinions on what anyone thinks of 20's, i am also considering the 19's if there is a large price difference but most likely going with 20 if im spending the money. What i am looking for is the safest way to do this without worrying about any problems . I want as wide as i can go in the rear without causing an issue, and i have wheel spacers on now that i would like to get rid of if any of these specs can provide me with the flush look i have now.(20mm spacers in the rear, 15mm front currently) Any help would be greatly appreciated for i have no idea what im looking at lol.
 

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Toss out the ones with the smaller center bore, since those would require machining to fit. Larger bore will require concentric rings for a proper fit. +1 on the offsets of 22 and 25, everything else is too big and would require spacers to look right
 
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