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I have a 2011 GLS on H&R springs and I'm getting rims. I'm doing 20" but I'm stuck between these too. What's your opinion?

Also will 20x8.5 with medium offset look good on a sonata or will I need spacers to get flush?
 

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I have a 2011 GLS on H&R springs and I'm getting rims. I'm doing 20" but I'm stuck between these too. What's your opinion?

Also will 20x8.5 with medium offset look good on a sonata or will I need spacers to get flush?
I have the Niche Targa wheels on my car, but 19x9.5 all around. Keep in mind if you do the 20x8.5 only, it will NOT have the concave you see in your picture, as that picture is of a rear wheel. Take a look at my vehicle with 19x9.5 all around, and take a look at the Mercedes with 20" staggered. Notice the front 20x8.5 and the concave on it. It really is very flat. If you do staggered (20x8.5 and 20x10) I recommend going with the 5x112 and inserting them to 5x114. The offsets are a little higher (20x8.5 42mm 20x10 55mm, and you will need a 5mm spacer on the rear), compared to the 5x114 (20x8.5 35mm and 20x10 40mm). You can use either set up, but the predrilled 5x114 will stick out slightly, which you can always camber your suspension in some if you are going to lower the vehicle.
 

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I have the Niche Targa wheels on my car, but 19x9.5 all around. Keep in mind if you do the 20x8.5 only, it will NOT have the concave you see in your picture, as that picture is of a rear wheel. Take a look at my vehicle with 19x9.5 all around, and take a look at the Mercedes with 20" staggered. Notice the front 20x8.5 and the concave on it. It really is very flat. If you do staggered (20x8.5 and 20x10) I recommend going with the 5x112 and inserting them to 5x114. The offsets are a little higher (20x8.5 42mm 20x10 55mm, and you will need a 5mm spacer on the rear), compared to the 5x114 (20x8.5 35mm and 20x10 40mm). You can use either set up, but the predrilled 5x114 will stick out slightly, which you can always camber your suspension in some if you are going to lower the vehicle.
Thanks for the info! So you think doing all 20x8.5 will stick out slightly? And I'm lowered on springs would I rub?
 

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Thanks for the info! So you think doing all 20x8.5 will stick out slightly? And I'm lowered on springs would I rub?
They will stick out just slightly, and only if you go with the predrilled 5x114.3, because it comes with 35mm offsett, where as the 5x112 bolt pattern comes with 42mm, which would tuck just under the fender. Most people use the 35mm and are perfectly happy with it, so it really is up to you. As far as rubbing, that will depend on your tire size. 225-35-20 should be just fine, but they will be stretched. Or you can go 245-30-20. I have 245-35-19 on the front, in the picture I posted. Those 2 tire sizes (245-35-19 and 245-30-20) are very close in overall diameter, and I also have the H&R springs, so you will get the same look as you see in my picture. Except you will not have as much concave because you are doing the 8.5 width, where as mine are 9.5 all around.
 
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