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The reason for the posts is that I have had some bad experiences working with the reps at tirerack. Like the product dont necessarily like the service or advice. Wanted to get input from people who actually own the vehicle and have similar set ups.

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OK, ill help you. If you want no headaches, regardless of wheel size, stay between 35 and 45 offset. you can do 16 up to even 20 for diameter. 16 to 18 is optimal wheel diameter though. i wouldnt run 19's or 20's but it can be done.

as for width. anything from 6 - 8 would be safe. above 8 you will have to pay attention to the offset to get them ti fit without rubbing if you are lowered. This basically answers every question you've asked in all those threads.

EDIT: once you decide what wheel specs you want, use this to calculate the optimal tire size: http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

plug in stock specs and plug in the wheel specs and it shows you a comparison. Usually you dont want your new wheel and tire package to be more than +2% or -2% different from stock if it can be helped.
 
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