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Old 08-03-2012, 07:27 AM   #1
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i have a 2007 ford mustang gt with 18x8 rims i wanna go 18x9 in front and 18x10 in rear will they fit with no issues and how wide and big of a tire can i go before having issues
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i have a 2007 ford mustang gt with 18x8 rims i wanna go 18x9 in front and 18x10 in rear will they fit with no issues and how wide and big of a tire can i go before having issues
You should not have any problems with those size wheels, the Tire sizes, I can't give you numbers because I have Staggered Setup on my 07 Mustang GT, but I have 22" wheels. Someone else on here can probably give you exact tire size in 18's you should use. Hit me up in Private if you have any questions for me.
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yea im gonna run 245s in front or 235s if i can and i wanna do 285s or 305s in rear really wanna run the 305s with no issues if i can can someone help me out and post pics of this set up thanks
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i have a 2007 ford mustang gt with 18x8 rims i wanna go 18x9 in front and 18x10 in rear will they fit with no issues and how wide and big of a tire can i go before having issues
18x9 can go up to 275/35 in front for 05-09 models with no issues.. You can use 305's for the rears that's the widest i think for 18x10.
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will i have any issues with the 305s in the rear will it be a bolt on set up no need for mods to the rear
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i have a 2007 ford mustang gt with 18x8 rims i wanna go 18x9 in front and 18x10 in rear will they fit with no issues and how wide and big of a tire can i go before having issues
You shouldn't have issues I have 20x8 in front with 245/35/20 and 20x10 in rear with 275/35/20 0n my 2006
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