Yup, those are 18's for sure... If they were 20s, the tire profile would have been 1/3 of what you see, secondly, about 90% of the wheelwell would have been rim, the other 10% would have been tire. Impossible to get 20s on a legend without completely modifying the fender.
Those look like 20s to me and why would anyone say they aren't when they are trying to sell them.
20s do fit the Legends, The reason why there hasn't been much siting is because there has never been wheels/tires out there with our specs until now –all this is due to the recent trend towards bigger wheels 20s-24s.
hey those probably arent 20s on that legend i think the person selling it was just showing what it looks like on a car. my friend in the car club im in has the same rims and they are 20s he has it on a gs300 ill take some pics of it tonight when i see him his **** is phat. he has dual greddy power exhuast, bunch of tv screens, and 2 15 eclipse titanium.
[i am not sure if those are 20's they look like they are 18s maybe 19s....... and i am not sure about his specs on the wheels... he says it is a 20x10............ that is a wide ass tire....... 20/245/35 i am not even sure if that is possible i get a hard time with out rubb with 18/225/40...... and they are 18x7.5............. it is goin to be hard to believe that they are 20x10 i dont thik that is possible he would be rubbing hard core all the time no matter what he does
Personally, I think rims that are over 18 inches, just doesn't look right. Too much of an overkill. 16-18 inch seems like a sweet spot. I think the integrity of the rims is probably better at 17-18? Not to mention weight would be better...
Those are 20's and even if their not they would still fit, 20's are becoming more user friendly toward most full size sedans/coupes now, particularly that company, the reason why that wheel doesn't look like a 20 is because they fit, we're just not use to seeing them fit thats all and remember 20's will hike the car up a bit. big wheels are for show anyway, you start to work against performance when you go above 17's. if you want to race take off the big wheels put on the stock, for summer time cruzing put the the big bling blings back on, simple as that. Personally I love those big 20' wheels 22's too, they even have 26's, yes mad stupid crazy but an awesome look for show, 20's on a Legend though, I don't know I haven't seen it done right yet.