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Old 10-05-2013, 10:51 AM   #36
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im jealous I wish mine sat like your suspension wise
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I agree any more just looks so ... wrong . I have 20's Bullitt rims staggered 255/30/20 front 295/35/20 running on Toyo Proxy 4.s
Great looking ride! I would get a heat gun,some fishing line and get rid of that door protector strip. It would look so much cleaner,IMO.
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Some dude on YouTube put 22s on his car and said no rubbing at all
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Great looking ride! I would get a heat gun,some fishing line and get rid of that door protector strip. It would look so much cleaner,IMO.
+1 that's a must. Those 20s do look pretty good but I still think 19in Bullits would be perfect (but then again it's hard to tell in just pictures).
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I have never seen 22s only 20s but wouldn't mind seeing 22s on a reg v6 s197 I don't think It would look to bad
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I think itll look like a donk unless its lowered nicelike
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A guy in my area used to have an 06 GT (traded in for a Mazda speed 6) that had 20" chrome rims on it. I didn't care for them.. Too big for my taste. I prefer 19's on the s197's +
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20" Vossen CV2

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Old 10-09-2013, 07:43 PM   #45
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20" Vossen CV2
those look great
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+1 that's a must. Those 20s do look pretty good but I still think 19in Bullits would be perfect (but then again it's hard to tell in just pictures).
I'll consider removing the door protector strips , I would just have to be careful on where I park in the future I guess , wonder how hard it would be to remove them ? whithout doing damage ?

If one buys a 2014 Shelby GT 500 guess what size of rims come with it 20" in the rear 19's in the front not sure why they do that offset I prefer the even look front and back.
285/35/20's in the rear come stock mine are slightly bigger 295's/30/20's , front are 265's/40/19 mine are 255's/35/20 .
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Got some 20s on this B but I wouldn't go bigger.
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GO with 20"
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20s look best on the 11+
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Here's some 22s.

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that's made right tho. not just throwing 22s on a stang
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well extra weight unless they are rotary forged wheels which alters gas millage to the negative, suspension is not designed for the 22's, my guess will ride like crap, watch out for pot holes...lol and not to mention the brakes will be affected as well, no car should go over 20's in my opinion, starts to look getto...Sometimes less is more when you want something to look classy.
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You'd most likely be completely throwing off your speedometer
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