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Old 07-03-2013, 03:23 AM   #1
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i need spacer for my mustang 2012

hi all .. i have 2012 mustng 5.0 gt and i have Problem with my mustang i have new rims 20x9 front and 20x10.5 raer .. with 275/40 front and 305/35 raer tires and i have new break System Wilwood 6 piston front 14" and Rear Brake 4 piston 12" ok .. My question is do I need spacer to To make the tire fit with body or not .. if i need can anybody tell me about the size for the spacer look it in thes link http://www.trakplus.com/results and my tire and weels size is the same in thes mustang .. i need it to be fit like in thes link H&R Ford Mustang GT Premium | Projects || H&R Special Springs, LP .. Wait for answers plz
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If you have the wheels already then just put them on and see if you run into any problems
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I have not bought tires but i have the size for the tire ok .. tell me about the spacer size

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If you have the wheels already then just put them on and see if you run into any problems
I have not bought tires but i have the size for the tire ok .. tell me about the spacer size
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any help plz ??
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What is the offset of the rims you are going to use?
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What is the offset of the rims you are going to use?
offset +36mm front & +45mm rear
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Isn't +45mm offset the standard on mustang? If so, then they would be about an inch or so sitting inside the wheel well. And based on the link, you want the tires to come out to be flush with the fenders I guess...to give it that aggressive looking stance right?
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Isn't +45mm offset the standard on mustang? If so, then they would be about an inch or so sitting inside the wheel well. And based on the link, you want the tires to come out to be flush with the fenders I guess...to give it that aggressive looking stance right?
Yes, this is what I want .. so I dont need to Put Spacer ? right
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You'll need a 1 inch spacer.
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