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post #1 of 37 Old 07-16-2015, 02:19 AM Thread Starter
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20" Niche Verona setup question

Tire shop where I bought my 20" Niche Verona from says it should sit flush. I got a 20x10 +40 20x9 +35 with 275/30/20R 245/35/20F. It has a lot of poke. They said that once I get my Tein Advance coilovers in...it should sit flush. Are they right?





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That's the difference between the definition of poke to each person. There's no set standard. To some that looks perfect and just needs 45 degrees worth of camber to make it look sick yo

...to me...that's A LOT of poke. Way too much. Might as well be 100-spoke's lol

I'd just tell them you're not happy with them and they steered you wrong with the offsets


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is there anything that I can do at this point to make it flush? Im not too happy with the setup. it was supposed to sit flush. And I dont want too much camber cuz this is my daily driver.
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The fronts don't look too bad. Maybe see if they'll order another 20x9 +35 to put on the rears

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I guess i will have to wait till I get my coilovers in and see how bad it is. Then go from there.
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I guess i will have to wait till I get my coilovers in and see how bad it is. Then go from there.
Too much poke. I would bring it back. Have them order you 2 20x9's with 245's. You're the customer and you aren't satisfied. End of story.
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The front looks like it sticks out more than the back though. But I will have to see after I lower it. Niche wheels dont have too much flexability with the offsets.
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If you slam the car down and roll the fenders you'll probably ok.
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That's what happens when you listen to tire/wheel shops. Their only interest is selling you wheels regardless of the look you want. You can see what they will do for you, but I'd bet they are gonna tell you to kick rocks. Then you'll have to take it as a expensive lesson. In God we trust, everyone else we check.
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the rear will be nice and flush once lowered with about 2 degree camber. the front will poke slightly unless you fiddle with upper camber plate.

you may also have to roll the rear fender depending on how low you are going
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I've already got the rear fenders shaved prior to gettin the rims put on. The front couldnt be shaved really.

Well if they can order another set for me. What are the recommended offsets for 20x10 and 20x9's to sit flush and with very minimal poke?
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Well if they can order another set for me. What are the recommended offsets for 20x10 and 20x9's to sit flush and with very minimal poke?
the rear is fine. but you are out of luck with the front as 20x9 +35 is the highest offset available for our bolt pattern. unless they can do a custom order
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What if i go 20x8.5 in the front? Will a 20x8.5 +35 offset sit flush? I think the rears will look fine after the drop. But my major concern are the fronts.
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Personally, i think it looks great. once lowered it will sit and look more flush. You will be fine. The rear looks great with the concavity.

You could get away without any chamber kit when you put the Tein's in. The natural camber from the factory arms will make it more flush.

another option is to take to a machine shop and have them mill down about 3mm. Stance Wheels did this to my front wheels so that I could achieve my +32 offset.

If it's anything to you, i have 20x9 +32 on my fronts with Tein street advances.
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Yeah i was thinking about taking it to a machine shop so they can mill it down a lil bit too. But how safe would that be? Im not too familiar with it.

Another option i had in mind was to get my fenders pulled so it can look more flush. There is a local guy that does it and I've seen his work.

I'll wait till this thursday when I get my coilovers installed to make my decision. The shop ordered me a camber kit for front and rears too...do you think its necessary? They charged $300 labor for everything installed. Decent price?

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