the big deal is that seeing as the ms6 weighs more than the regular 6 does, there is NO WAY that he is getting the proper load tires for his car. HELLO BLOWOUT!!!Who cares anyways, it's just 20 inch rims. Nothing really to get all excited about. It looks ok. Nothing I'd probably do, but it's his car not mine.
I'd say this is a waste of a thread.
the big deal is that seeing as the ms6 weighs more than the regular 6 does, there is NO WAY that he is getting the proper load tires for his car. HELLO BLOWOUT!!!
Since you can't get a 20" on a regular Mazda6 with a load-rating that's anywhere close to satisfactory, you certainly can't get them on a car that weighs 300+ lbs more and has to fit the same size or narrower tires. The best load rating you can get on a 20" that fits the Mazda6 is a measly 85. You don't have to know what tire he's running to know that they just don't make one with the load rating he needs.How do you know? Where does he say what tire he's running? I see escalades and tahoes with similar setups and I don't see them flying off the roads.
Strangely understated for such a heavy bling-bling quotient. Looks like he thought about spinners, and then out of something approaching a sense of taste, backed it off a notch.Haha, go to the site, the owner has his pic up, he looks pimp, and his car looks pimp too..... yahhh 20s r pimpin!
pot-hole = gone for sure, looking at the close up pic, the tire is way too thin!