Originally Posted by VMRWheels
If you're looking for a more aggressive fitment, I've seen customers run 9.5s up front and 10s in the rear, however fender modification and/or stretched tires may be necessary. Not sure if you just want a nice, simple, bolt on fitment that doesn't require any work, or if you are open to doing that sort of work to make them fit.
What if I go with the ET 20 on the front? Or do the 40 and get a 5mm spacer?
And I messaged u about ordering some.