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Old 07-16-2013, 08:49 PM   #1
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So I was thinking after my tuner and CAI, I was going to get bigger rims and new tires. I heard 20s are a little rough for use as a daily driver, so I was thinking 19s. I was going for standard not staggered, so would 9 or 10s be better? Also what are some of the best all year round tires? Last question, do 19s ride good?
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Honestly 19s would almost put you at donk status. 18s would be ideal, but if 19s is what you want, go for it. Ride quality is gonna depend on the tire itself and sidewall profile. Rubber bands probably aren't going to be comfortable lol
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19x9 or 20x9 will look good on your car. Pre 2005, the biggest wheels that look good are 18's. but you can get away with 19's or 20's no problem. But I would go staggered, they look so much better in my opinion.
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So would there be a big difference in ride quality between the 18s and 19s? Also if I were to go staggered, would it be 18x9 and 18x10s in the rear?
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So would there be a big difference in ride quality between the 18s and 19s? Also if I were to go staggered, would it be 18x9 and 18x10s in the rear?
IMO i prefer 19s on the 05+ mustangs. I think 18s look to small. If you dont care about weight as much, i would recommend you even consider 20s. I feel 19s are the perfect size, but tires are harder to find and much more expensive. 20s and 18s are much cheaper.
As far as ride quality you wont feel much of a difference between 18s and 19s, as long as you run with a comparable tire with a 35 or 40 sidewall. 20s might be a bit harsher, because at that size you will most likely have a smaller sidewall.
And lastly if you go staggered, which i recommend because it looks great and saves you weight in the front, i would go 19x8.5 or 9 up front, and 19x10 in the rear. Only downside with staggered is you cant rotate your tires.
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I agree with Evil. 19x9/10 or 20x9/10 would be perfect for your year. And ride quality won't drop too dramatically, but you will notice the biggest difference with 20's.
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You all have changed my mind, I think I'm going to do 19x9/10. However I can't decide on color. I was thinking either chrome with black acorn log nuts or black with chrome acorn log nuts. Which do you all think would look better with performance white? Also the two tires I like the best are the AMR and the 2010 Shelby GT500 wheels, any opinions? Also for wheels what one on AM would be the best for DD? I was thinking either the Nittos or the Pirellis?
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I definitely prefer the AMR rims myself. I had pirellis prior on my car and sumitomo tires now. The pirellis are an overall good tire

For reference those are my amr rims 19"s as well..
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I have the 19" AMRs in Charcoal. With the General g-maxx tires. The Pirelli's are a decent all season tire but don't hook for s***, neither do the sumos (had the same sumos they offer on my camaro). The generals are pretty decent. Hook so-so but still better then the Pirelli's. Unfortunately the nittos were on backorder for 2 months when i ordered my stuff otherwise I definitely would have gone with those. Ive had the 555s on several cars and they run laps around the Pirelli's and Generals.
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I feel the sumitomos hook pretty well. Guess it depends on the rest of the mods
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I feel the sumitomos hook pretty well. Guess it depends on the rest of the mods
Definitely better then the Pirelli's. Like i said i had them on my ls1 camaro, which are VERY light in the rear, so its pretty hard to get them to hook. Probably had a lot to do with it. The sumos did have a pretty nice ride though. Quiet on the highway.
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Agreed on all of that. If I had the extra money to spring I would go nittos as well.
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Alright so I'm thinking to go 19x9/10 AMRs. it looks like the Nitto Invo packsge is 400 dollars more than the others, are they 400 dollars better?Now I just got to decide on chrome or black wheels...
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Alright so I'm thinking to go 19x9/10 AMRs with Nittos. Now I just got to decide on chrome or black wheels...
Black. Thats just my opinion though... Im personally not a fan of chrome.
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Black. Thats just my opinion though... Im personally not a fan of chrome.
I definitely see where your coming from on that, do you think black lug nuts or chrome lug nuts with the black AMRs?
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Black acorn lugs definitely. Locking if you can.
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Black acorn lugs definitely. Locking if you can.
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How do you guys think the charcoal AMRs would look on my car? Also, the stripe that comes stock on white mustangs is gloss not matte right?
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How do you guys think the charcoal AMRs would look on my car? Also, the stripe that comes stock on white mustangs is gloss not matte right?
Ahh not sure how charcoal would look on a white car. I think it would look good if you take the black decals off. The black and charcoal together i think, would make it not flow very well. Honestly my first pick on a white car, especially if you leave the decals, would be gloss black. I love white cars with black accents. And yes, your decals are gloss. Not matte.
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The charcoal looks great on mine but it's satin silver. I think it would look good on white as well
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Ok, so I think black AMRs are it, thanks guys for all the help.
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Ok, so I think black AMRs are it, thanks guys for all the help.
Good call IMO.
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Good call IMO.
I concur
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Alright so I'm thinking to go 19x9/10 AMRs. it looks like the Nitto Invo packsge is 400 dollars more than the others, are they 400 dollars better?Now I just got to decide on chrome or black wheels...
I've heard good things about invos, but I'm pretty sure they aren't worth $100 more a piece than the nt555's. The NT555's are a great tire for a daily driver. Good choice on the AMR's though.
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I've heard good things about invos, but I'm pretty sure they aren't worth $100 more a piece than the nt555's. The NT555's are a great tire for a daily driver. Good choice on the AMR's though.
+1. Cant go wrong with either tire. I personally like the tread pattern on the 555s better though.
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If AM doesn't have the wheel/tire combo you want can you add the wheels and tired you want to your cart and still get free mounting, balancing and installation of the tpms sensors? I don't think they have the 19s with the NT555s.
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If AM doesn't have the wheel/tire combo you want can you add the wheels and tired you want to your cart and still get free mounting, balancing and installation of the tpms sensors? I don't think they have the 19s with the NT555s.
Im sure you can. Call their customer service just to double check though. You do know that you have to pay an extra $200 for the tpms sensors though right? All they do is install them for free.
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Im sure you can. Call their customer service just to double check though. You do know that you have to pay an extra $200 for the tpms sensors though right? All they do is install them for free.
Ya I know, but I think the 200 is a great deal considering that you would have to take them off the stock wheels and then add the rebuild kit. Also, what would be the best tire size for 19x8.5/10s?
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Ya I know, but I think the 200 is a great deal considering that you would have to take them off the stock wheels and then add the rebuild kit. Also, what would be the best tire size for 19x8.5/10s?
Oh i agree completely. Not to mention so much less of a headache. As for tire sizes, you can run anywhere from 245/40 or 45/19 up to a 265 up front and any from a 275-305/40 or 35/19 in the rear. Just make sure if you get a profile of 40 in the front get 35 in the rear. Or if u want a bigger profile get 45 in the front and 40 in the rear.
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I was looking at AM's wheel selection and they don't have the NT555s in the 19s, however they do have them in the 18s. They have the invos in the 19s. Are they worth the extra money or should I just go the 18 route?
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I was looking at AM's wheel selection and they don't have the NT555s in the 19s, however they do have them in the 18s. They have the invos in the 19s. Are they worth the extra money or should I just go the 18 route?
Thats totally up to personal preference. 18s are cheaper, and easier to find tires for, but IMO 19s fill the wheel well much better. Like i said before, if you're not worried about weight id check out 20s with a shorter tire instead of 18s. 20s are still pretty cheap, very easy to find tires for, and will fill the well. 19s look perfect to me though.
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What about Street Comps, are those decent tires?
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What about Street Comps, are those decent tires?
Street comps are excellent tires. Ive ran them on several cars. Definitely one of the best bangs for your buck. Decent traction and wet weather performance, with good tread wear. Once my current tires are done, ill be switching to street comps again.
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Stray from Sumitomo's. The AMR wheel would be my choice or the 2013 GT500 wheels. as the poster above said MT's Street Comps are nice.
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Stray from Sumitomo's. The AMR wheel would be my choice or the 2013 GT500 wheels. as the poster above said MT's Street Comps are nice.
I disagree. I haven't read the whole thread so I don't know what they are looking for in the tire. Op says all around season tire. I have sumis and for a dd all season they are grey they are holding up way better than kumhos I had before they ride good too.
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