Which tire size (18'' or 20'') would give me this car to wheel ratio?

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  1. Jay487

    Jay487 What's Life If You Ain't Enjoyin' It?

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    Looking to get new wheels/tires for my car to spruce it up. Since I can't put them on before I buy them, I'm trying to figure out which tire size would give me the look in the image below... (its a photoshopped pic to see what the wheels would look like on the car)

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    20" with a 225/30/20
     
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    yah...thats pretty gay.
     
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    I'd never go bigger than 18" on a camry.
     
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    go on tirerack.com and you can put in your make and color and see what each different wheel would look like in anysize on your car
     
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    but the probably the 18's though 20's can kinda suck on the ride hitting a bump wrong or slightest anything and you have some pretty sweet curb rash
     
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    Dude its a Camry. Put 17s on it with nice tires so it doesnt ride like shit, then fix any dents/scratches, tint the windows and enjoy the reliability and gas milage. Stop trying to make it into a G ride, its a god damned camry. Its a great car for what it is (nice ride, great reliability, great gas milage) but its no baller mobile.


    If you MUST go big on the wheels, 18's. 20s would look too big on a car that small. And remember, the bigger the wheel, the higher the car looks so you may have to lower it to not look like a 4X4. Even if the tire is the same height, it just makes the car look higher.
     

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