Dude, those are not offsets. To answer ramdaspadhye, I'm really not sure but I'm sure you could go to a Maxima site and find the car's offset there.
Would a + 35 20" work on a max?
well, +38, 20" would work, so yeah.
Yeah, I know offset really means the distance between the wheel hub to the inside/outside of the wheel.. but everyone confuses offset with stagger (read any wheel post on here, and your bound to see what I mean) so I just figured it was another one of those questions.
On a side note, I'd actually prefer running a 245 all around setup on the Z. Should make it pretty neutral in the corners.
What does neutral really imply? I always thought it meant somewhere in the middle of where our Z is. For example, off the gas and the Z exhibits understeer. On the gas, powered-oversteer. So neutral would mean that under mid throttle, through the turn the car is not providing oversteer or understeer.. just turn in.
I'd say I'm a fairly good driver, but I'm good enough to know I could always learn something new. Am I incorrect in my understanding of neutral?