Don't know about having the ride on 20'*. When I pull the 17'* out the shed here in a few months,(waitings for it to warm up some first) then it'll be fun time. I have noticed that the bigger rims do have an effect on the ride quality, namely making it rougther. The factory rims are 16'* which is fine for just about anything you want to do performance wise, they just don't look as good doing it is all. The big rims are for show only in my opinion. I'll be the first to admit that I don't know all there is to know about rims, but I am willing to learn all that I don't know. From a perfomance stance I'd say that if you can find some large extremly light rims then you've got a winner. From the style ponit of view then all this dosen't matter as long as you can take a crow bar and fit them under the wheel wells, and its got plenty of bling bling. Just a matter of taste and objective.
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