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Old 04-25-2011, 08:00 PM   #1
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I have a 2009 mustang GT and recently bought Shelby CS40 wheels (9's front & 10's rear) with Steeda ultra light springs, BMR panhard bar. What size wheels should I run? Anyone have issue w/ rubbing?
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Re: Springs & Wheels

9 front run a 275mm wide tire or a 265mm AT LEAST less.

For the 10 wide a 295mm or a 305mm
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I'm running a 255/35 up front on a 20x8.5 and a 285/30 in the rear on a 20x10.
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I'm running on the front Fr500 18x9 30mm offset with a 245/45 and in the rear 18x10 40mm offset with a 275/40, only reason i rub some times is cause I'm dropped 3in all around. Over all not bad at all

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Re: Springs & Wheels

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I'm running on the front Fr500 18x9 30mm offset with a 245/45 and in the rear 18x10 40mm offset with a 275/40, only reason i rub some times is cause I'm dropped 3in all around. Over all not bad at all
Which basically means to the OP that you can go a little wider of a tire because he's tucking lol

No worries you and I both are tuckin tires haha... but i dont rub
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