Everyone to their own, the op asked for opinions so i put mine forward.19's on coilovers. No compromise speedwise, braking or otherwise.
Oh ya, to the previous poster. Some folks like comedy specials
Side benefit--no worries about puncturing an oilpan. and the front valence would easily clear a highway gator, and, ooooo, I bet the side rockers would sit over top of any curb...and I appreciate the good laugh I get every time I see it.:thup:The dub on 22's is pretty sweet though. Here's a shot...and it does NO justice what so ever...seeing this car in person was AMAZING!!!
But he had to go through a lot of work to get it that way. Ask him about it...Severe. He'll tell you everything you need to know about big wheels. I knew these wheels were big, but did guess on 22. But it looks sweet and it handled the Tail of the Dragon well tooo!!
I bought some Nightshades from Oreillys. took them out and sprayed a few coats over them easy as pie!Hey sorry I love the look of your smoked corner lights on the front.> Can i ask if you painted them or if you bought them. I have been trying to find them everywhere online and cant find them. I would appreciate it alot. Thanks and I think your beetles both look great!
Yes, too big. They put too much strain on the wheel bearings and the drivetrain. The tires will be excessively expensive, and the ride will be VERY uncomfortable.
Says someone from 2005. 20s made from aluminum allot are very lite weight. And now days in 2022 twenty inch tires are very inexpensive and easy to find. Thought I would give an update. Welcome
Stick with 18's or 17's. Unless it's a "show car only".