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Old 10 Jul 2013, 01:03 am
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Default 04 acura tl rims and tire help new?

Will these rims fit 235/45R20 95Y
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Old 10 Jul 2013, 01:33 am
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you can have 20x9.0" rims with 235/30R20XL 88Y tires.















235/45R20 95Y are a bit taller than you can handle.































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