Going to order some zito zs15 20”s 9width but what et should i get for the flush/almost flush look, not sticking out. Et 25-45 available.
Based on @sig-cx5's pictures right above your post, if you have a gen 2 CX-5, 35-40 offset would be the look you're after. Choose 40 if you want the wheels to sit 5mm more inboard.
This assumes that you'll be retaining the stock height. If you lower the car, you'll get a little bit of negative camber and they won't look perfectly flush until you get the camber corrected.
Love this look!
Quick side note about your spare set of wheels, if you plan on selling them here, you can for free as long as you follow our Marketplace Rules and post your listing in our Current Models For Sale forum.Also, anybody need a spare set of factory 17" wheels with some pretty new tires on them? Don't really need them anymore.
It might be worth considering holding on to them if you can. Generally speaking OEM is preferable when the time comes to sell the car. And the aftermarket/upgrade wheels will be easier to sell separately. I've done that a couple of times and it worked out well. Fortunately, I had plenty of room in my basement to store the OEM's. YMMVAlso, anybody need a spare set of factory 17" wheels with some pretty new tires on them? Don't really need them anymore.
This looks really good, what are the specs on the wheel sand tires?I've started deleting the chrome on ours...grille piece and lower bumper trim piece done so far. I have a buddy that owns a wrapping company, going to have him do the window trim and roof rails. Definitely makes it standout from the growing number of CX5's in our area! I also have 20" TSW's!! Coilovers will complete the project...
Thanks! Ace alloy wheel out of California is the company that manufactured them. I ordered direct from them and had a local shop here in tampa perform the install.