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Old 04-26-2013, 11:21 AM   #1
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Will these fit my 04 GT?

Looking to buy some 235/50/18 from a fellow member, I just wanted to make sure I would have NO fitment issues with my 04 GT. OE tires are 245/45/17.
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You lowered?
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No, stock
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And are those for the front I'm assuming
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It's a tall tire but it will fit.
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Looking to buy some 235/50/18 from a fellow member, I just wanted to make sure I would have NO fitment issues with my 04 GT. OE tires are 245/45/17.
Exactly what I have on my 03. They will rub but with 5/16 spacers will only rub on full lock, which is easy to live with.
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Where can u get spacers? At any tireshop
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I think I got mine at AutoZone but I see them all over.
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AM has them. You will only need a pair for the front wheels.
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Thanks for the info
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Thanks for the info
Get them from techtronics I think it's called.. I got mine from there and they're cheaper pricing wise. And work the same.
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Those tires are for an 18 inch rim. Those won't fit on your stock 17 inch rim
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as said those tires are for 18 inch rims and will not fit a 17 inch rim

also they are taller and will look out of place, they may rub when turning, and also the speedometer will be slower (this causes the odometer to be off = illegal). You can fix the speedometer/odometer with a tunner though but I would simply pass on the tires, to many big negatives.

plus a 235 on a stock 8" wide rim is to narrow.
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Not gonna get em, thanks guys.
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