depaxing 06 touring 20" wheels work?
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    depaxing 06 touring 20" wheels work?

    Can anyone help me, trying to find out if I can depax my 06 touring and use 20" wheels, if so can I use any aftermarket wheel as long as the bolt pattern is 5x120? also does the offset and width matters on the new wheels? looking at a set of OEM 20" honda pilot elites, not sure this will work.

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    1) Yes, you can depax your 06 Touring using 20" wheels
    2) Yes, as long as the center bore of the wheel is 64.1mm or greater, have 14mm stud holes and can bear the weight of a 4,600lb minivan plus passengers/cargo.
    3) Stock Height, for the most part, yes. There are limitations, however. Wheel face/spokes must clear your calipers. Depending on the width, positive offset may be a limiting factor. Conversely, too much negative offset may impede your ability to open the sliding doors. Lowered, no. Width, offset and tire size limit your choices without modifications to your fender wells and camber settings.
    4) OEM Pilot wheels will work. Depending on tire size, you may rub occasionally with a heavy rear load and/or if your rear shocks are worn/sag. I have an 06 Touring. It rubs every once in a while with 20" OEM MDX and 18" OEM Odyssey Elite wheels.

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