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Old 04-13-2012, 12:34 AM   #1
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Staggered or non staggered?

Hey everyone, I am looking to buy some 20" chrome rims for the SS. I am thinking of going staggered due to the more aggressive look I belive that it gives you. I'm wondering what the pros and cons are of staggered vs non staggered besides for being able to rotate wheels with same all around. What do you have and what would you choose? I know there probably are a bunch of threads on this but don't feel like searching so If anyone can help me make up my mind before ordering I would appreciate it.
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I was going to post something informative, but then I read this part.
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Hey everyone, I am looking to buy some 20" chrome rims for the SS. I am thinking of going staggered due to the more aggressive look I belive that it gives you. I'm wondering what the pros and cons are of staggered vs non staggered besides for being able to rotate wheels with same all around. What do you have and what would you choose? I know there probably are a bunch of threads on this but don't feel like searching so If anyone can help me make up my mind before ordering I would appreciate it.
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:59 AM   #4
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I was going to post something informative, but then I read this part.
Hahahahaha that was so funny I cant stop laughing. Not really

Well maybe you shouldn't of posted at all and kept your stupid uninformative smart a$$ comment to yourself. Thanks
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:08 AM   #5
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Hahahahaha that was so funny I cant stop laughing. Not really

Well maybe you shouldn't of posted at all and kept your stupid uninformative smart a$$ comment to yourself. Thanks
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:12 AM   #6
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Better to be a smart ass than a lazy ass.
Lol. I'll give that one to you.
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Seriously can someone help a semi-newbie? damn
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Go staggered unless budget oriented. Wider tires get pricey.
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Seriously can someone help a semi-newbie? damn
sorry.....I was laughing at the guys above me goofing off....but to get to your question.

I have done it.....did it for two reasons. Tires are not cheap, as AutoAdgenda mentioned, and being able to rotate the was one of the reasons I did it, so that I could even our the rear on my tires. ther SECOND reason is that the handling is improved....yes believe it or not, but it does. I am just one of many here that are running REARS (OEM 20 x 9's) all the way around.
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i just ordered staggered set from speed depot., running stock staggered set. cant wait to install my new shoes.
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I'm going with same size all around. Just waiting on my new wheels to arrive so I can get them mounted.
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