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As some of you know, when my original Diablo wheels cracked, I had some other wheels made which were designed off of the SV wheel. Yes, they are much bigger but I believe they suit the car.
 

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Details for 20 inch rears only

Rear: MACHINE 22mm
Stud Pattern: 5X120.65 PAD 170
C/B: 70.2
Size: 20x13
Inner: 8.5
Outer: 4.5
Colour: Polish
 

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I originally had 19's made front and rear. I will attach the details used to make them. When I had the 20's made for the rear, the wheel fabricator used the details from the 19's to make 20's.
 

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I don't really understand what all the figures etc. mean. I am sure your wheel fabricator will. I originally gave them measurements of the original wheels they asked for as they were 2000km away from where I live. They fabricated these using measurements only.
I hope this helps if you are considering larger wheels.
 

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I am currently using Lexani 345/25R20, 255/30R19.
 

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They seem to ride nicely. The Pirelli's I had last time were a bit noisy.
 

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Bruce, given your car had 17” as OEMs, 19 and 20’s are a big change. So did you need to adjust the ride height, shocks, arms, calipers, etc?
 

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I didn't need to change anything at all mate. I removed the 17's and put on the 19's and 20's.
 
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