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20's on an Amarok

Discussion in 'VW Amarok Wheels and Tyres' started by nick_rs, Jul 16, 2017.

Discuss 20's on an Amarok in the VW Amarok Wheels and Tyres area at VWAmarokForum.net

  1. nick_rs

    nick_rs New Member

    Location:
    AYLESBURY
    Evening fellow Amarok drivers!


    Im after peoples thoughts on 20" alloy fitment, to avoid going over a subject that may have been discussed I did have a look online but couldn't find a definitive answer. Essentially I want to fit 20" alloys to my truck but was unsure what ET/tyre size would work. The alloys I want come in a come in ET35 and I was going to run a 285/45/20 or a 285/50/20...has an had experience on fitting these sizes? Clearance, ride etc.

    Thanks in advance for any info!
     
  2. Dan

    Dan Forum Teaboy Staff Member Amarok OC Member Top Contributor

    Country:
    United Kingdom
    Location:
    Staffordshire, UK
    We have loads of people with 20's on. Because you can't get AT tyres in 21. So they usually go for 20's.

    Land rover ones fit but you need a spacer for the centre hub thing. That opens your options.
     
  3. HarryXXL

    HarryXXL Top Contributor

    Country:
    Belgium
    Location:
    Brussel
    I orders 9x18 Et35. Will see what it gives in +/-10 weeks :cool:
     

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