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I couldn't find much info on gen2 wheel fitment. Hope this helps anyone who was wondering.

20" Niche wheel. 225/35/20 tire. No rub/lowering.

51.9 hwy mpg at 75 mph with stock wheels down to 49.5 mpg with new. Manual diesel 1.6.




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Thanks for sharing...how’s the ride compared to the stock setup?
I went with the higher tread wear due to my commute and sound wise I don't hear a difference. I may be a bad judge cause my other ride is a F250 diesel with 37" tires, so I'm use to the noise.
 

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I don't like how the stock tires don't fill the fenderwells. I think this proves a 205/60/16 will fit height wise and fill it better. Thanks for the pics. Looks interesting, not my cup of tea, and I'm guessing the ride is stiff. But it looks ok
 

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Curious...What did this do to the stopping distance? Did you change anything on the brakes? How much weight does this add to the car??
 

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I couldn't find much info on gen2 wheel fitment. Hope this helps anyone who was wondering.

20" Niche wheel. 225/35/20 tire. No rub/lowering.

51.9 hwy mpg at 75 mph with stock wheels down to 49.5 mpg with new. Manual diesel 1.6.




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Yo, that's sick. You have given me encouragement I was going with some 19's for my build and since you got 20's I think I'll be fine. Much appreciated.
 
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