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Would this size work on my Limited? I have seen some other posts but don't want the poke because it seems to look worse on the back with 20x9 and 35 offset.

Diameter - 20"
Width - 8.5"
Offset - +40
Centerbore - 76.1
Bolt Patttern - 5x4.5 5x114.3
 

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Anyone know anything about Savini Rims?
BMW guys love them. $3,700 a set for 22” with tires and TPMS. I actually like the polished look of the Pal’e wheels so I chased down a set of BMW 22” 20 spokes (hard to find) on eBay for $1K.



 

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BMW guys love them. $3,700 a set for 22” with tires and TPMS. I actually like the polished look of the Pal’e wheels so I chased down a set of BMW 22” 20 spokes (hard to find) on eBay for $1K.



Sounds awesome, but do you have to redrill them to get them to fit? I thought BMW used a 5x112 or 5x120 bolt patterns (vs our 5x114.3). The should look pretty good on the Palisade though.
 

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BMW uses 5x120. I sourced those for our X7 because I hate our stock wheels. I hadn’t heard of Savini until I joined the X7 forums. The BMW guys seem to love them. A little expensive for my taste and maybe a little overkill for the Pal’e. The X7 guys like ‘em because they’re lighter. Reduces unstrung weight so your SUV is actually faster and stops quicker. Enough to notice? Probably not. Moving from 20 to 22 may negate any weight savings anyway. But they definitely look better,

 

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BMW uses 5x120. I sourced those for our X7 because I hate our stock wheels. I hadn’t heard of Savini until I joined the X7 forums. The BMW guys seem to love them. A little expensive for my taste and maybe a little overkill for the Pal’e. The X7 guys like ‘em because they’re lighter. Reduces unstrung weight so your SUV is actually faster and stops quicker. Enough to notice? Probably not. Moving from 20 to 22 may negate any weight savings anyway. But they definitely look better,

Interesting. I thought you were trying to put the X7 wheels on the Palisade when I read your comment.

Also, I heard BMW changed the bolt pattern to 5x112 in 2019.
 

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Hi guys,

I just purchased a Palisade with 20” stock rims. I’m planning on keeping the same tire (if possible) and buy black rims. I have NO idea what to look for as far as size etc. Any suggestions/links are greatly appreciated.
 

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Hey, hi everyone! Got myself Limited recently and thinking about adding summer set of wheels (I believe stock All Season will do just fine for couple of mild North-East winters we're having for last years). Obviously, Palisade is not a sports car and it's all about comfort cruising, so 20" should definitely do, but I'm curious how much stiffer ride is with 22"? Assuming loss of 29mm of sidewall height and more rigid summer tire rubber compound, I expect it to be stiffer ride. But how much stiffer it feels? Does anyone can provide any feedback? Thank you!
 

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22 inch rims. Ride quality is very slightly harder or not as plush but I honestly don’t feel a difference and the wife hasn’t said it feels harsher and she tells me everything when it comes to riding in the car. Only thing I’ve noticed is it seems gas mileage has taken a hit. Anyone else with 22” rims seeing the same? These are very light weight rims as well so if anything these are same or less weight than stock 20’s

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