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So I finally have the money to put new wheels on my car and lower it (woohoo). I dont really have any experience with Mazda's so I need you guys help. In your opinion what are the best wheel specs for a flush look lowered on springs? preferably without having to roll the fenders but I will if i have to. Pics would be great:) thank you.
 

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I've answered a few other people on here with just about the same exact question. I'm very biased, but I personally believe I have just about the most flush setup this car allows for. I'm not lowered, but I could go down probably an inch without issues - I just don't because I live where that's not a smart idea.

20x8.5 E+35 TSW Nurburgrings
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This is a really dope setup. I was kind of leaning towards 20s but I was worried about them looking to big when I lower it. Yours doesnt look bad though.
 

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the widest you can go without any fender mods is 20x10 +40, or course 20x9 +38 will work also...this will put you fairly flush....
 

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Before lowering it be 100% sure that looks are more important to you than comfort.
Lowering it comes with a stiffer and bumpier ride.
I have a lowered SHO and hate the ride, but love how it handles and of course how it looks.
 
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