Thanks for posting this.
This gives you an idea of how the offset fits. Not running any spacers.Thanks for posting this.
I really like the look of yours and the Titan 7 T-S5.
It looks like the 7 T-5S fitment is the same as the ones you got, namely:
R: 20x11, CB 71.5, 5x130mm, ET 60
F: 20x9, CB 71.5, 5x130mm, ET45 (44 also available)
Compared with stock:
R: 20x11, 71.5, 5x130mm, ET 60
F: 20x9, 71.5, 5.x130mm, ET 54
The only minor difference is the closer offset of the Titan front wheels. I don't think that 9-10 mm closer offset would make that much of a difference, but have you confirmed they fit over the front brakes?
Plenty of clearance.thanks for positing. i’m less worried about the amount of poke, and more concerned with clearing the brakes. can you post some close up shots of the front calipers?
it would be nice to see the amount of clearance with the wheel hub 9 mm closer to the caliper than stock
I was able to finally find a build at a semi-local dealer, and am now scrambling for a set of winter tires. The P zero winters are no longer available on tire rack for the rear sizes, but the scorpion winters are.
I hear ya. Sadly, the snowman we built is already dead though.What a weather here in Denmark. No wither wheels for me yet as I decided to wait and see if it was going to snow. Yesterday it did and what a mess for all the cars stuck in traffic.
The car was able to handle itself well but nobody drove more than about 50 km on the highway.
One thing to add to the EV discussion, the lack of motor heat means it doesn't melt the snow on the vehicle, besides windows in cabin. So much snow on the hood and headlights to whole way home View attachment 3397