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      01-28-2013, 12:39 PM   #17
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Interesting that they would release a 20" before a 19" for a full blown performance tire.
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BFGoodrich has a big following among U.S. muscle car enthusiasts, so those sizes are in there for some of the modern muscle car applications like Camaro SS, Roush or Shelby Mustang etc. They had several guys from the domestic muscle scene at the launch and mentioned that they'd picked sizes to support the domestic performance and pro touring markets.
That makes sense, then. I'm not a big fan of 20" wheels on our cars when performance is a consideration, but, on the other hand, I've seen lots of new Camaros at the track on 18" setups and they look ridiculous (in a bad way)! They look like they're rolling around on casters or stroller wheels. The slab-sided design of that car and the huge wheel arches make it look silly with anything smaller than 19", especially at stock height.
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