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Old 07-12-2006, 11:20 PM   #1
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Another 20" rim question

Will these fit my 99? I want to run 20X10's in the back with the 20X8.5 up front in either this style or American racing Torque Thrust II's with a custom offset. I am going to run a side exit exhaust so the tailpipes will not be in the way. Here is the link
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I also would like to run a 295/35/20 in the rear, could this be done?
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Re: Another 20" rim question

id say your going to have a hard time fitting the 10 inch in the back, but im not sure. you really want to slow your car down that much?
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20 on a mustang But hey it's your car
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Re: Another 20" rim question

its been done.... but it looks very very very very very very very out of place on the pre 05 stangs.
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Re: Another 20" rim question

i say go 18s and save yourself the trouble
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Re: Another 20" rim question

i could easily feel a power difference going from my stockers to these 18's that aren't chrome...you might be feeling like a v6 again with those mommas
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Old 07-13-2006, 10:25 PM   #7
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Re: Another 20" rim question

The one's on this stang are 20's and they look real good. What would be the biggest you could run in the back as far as tire size?
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Re: Another 20" rim question

its all dependent on the rim's backspacing. You can run a 455 if the rim sticks out enough. If you keep the rim in the fender as it should be a 315 should fit pretty easily~ stick with 18s save a ton and look far better.
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CCW 20's look good but thats just me
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