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A friend of mines has a set of 20's from his Tahoe. He will sell them to me for $400 (tires included). Now should I take the deal and get wheel adapters or should I pass?
 

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Another question: Will the adapters give you too much positive offset (and thereby reduce clearance?) What size are the tires?
 

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I don't know the tire size yet ...but I'll find that out. Then I need to check the backspcing of those rims and compare them my the OEM rims. But I don't want to kill my front end just for a good deal. If it not going to work ...I'll get them and sell them anyway.
 

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I would advise against adapters. They are generally not advised for on road use, rather they are intended for offroad applications where speeds are never that high.
 
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