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Old 04-24-2013, 12:46 PM   #1
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Staggered Rims

So I went ahead and threw on 275/40/19 pzeros on the back of my car with all 4 rims 19 x 8.5, also kept the stock front 245s, and although it looks better I find myself wanting more.
I have a question about using 20x10 amrs in the rear and putting some serious meats on them. Will my handling suffer a lot? Any good tire recommendations? Lowered on steeda ultralites. Thanks all

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How do you want too use the car? Drag? Track?
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They way I understand it is that if you go up to 20 inch you are going for more looks than anything else. Personally I'm going 20 inch AMR's all the way around but them again I don't race enough to care and I prefer the look
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Car is street. Dont plan on tracking. Drag? Maybe. But for now im going for the look.
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Car is street. Dont plan on tracking. Drag? Maybe. But for now im going for the look.
then going staggered is more than fine. 10" wide wheel and you can get some pretty wide tires on there.
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Anyone run this setup or have ideas?
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then going staggered is more than fine. 10" wide wheel and you can get some pretty wide tires on there.

^what he said!
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Ok so im thinking 305s in the back. Which tire should i use?
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Someone needs to post some pictures of their mustang with fat tires from the back! I want to see that stance
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315's ftw!
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Here are 2 for you

18x10 with 285/35s in back
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Can't wait to get some 305's. as soon as these 285's wear out
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Can't wait to get some 305's. as soon as these 285's wear out
That's what I'm gonna do
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If I find 315's or 325's I'll jump on those but I've seen more 305's lately
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If I find 315's or 325's I'll jump on those but I've seen more 305's lately
What size wheels do you have?
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18x10.5
Yea that's not really a common size, it'll be hard to find tires. But go 315 if you can.
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Yea if I find some ill def jump on it
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mmm... 315s would be sick
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