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Old 01-02-2014, 05:36 PM   #1
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Does anyone have the AFS Mach 1 17x10.5 on the back of their mach. I'm wanting to get a rear set for my 04 Mach 1 just wondering if there was fitment issues.
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I would like to know to I want to buy some!
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:10 PM   #3
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They should fit just fine, I've got a 17X10.5 on my GT and have hardly any rubbing issues and those are only because of how low I am. Best place to look is probably EBay
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They should fit just fine, I've got a 17X10.5 on my GT and have hardly any rubbing issues and those are only because of how low I am. Best place to look is probably EBay
Will it make much difference that you have IRS ?
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Will it make much difference that you have IRS ?
Yes and no. I rub on my mounting bolts, there's a potential for you guys to rub on the Quad shocks if you go 315s but it's a small chance. Milehigh BKR has 275s on a 10.5 and H&R SS springs with zero rubbing issues
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I was thinking about lifting the rear 1" and lowering the front 1" ( just for looks ) my main concern is will it rub the exhaust, quarter panel or suspension?
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If you lift the rear 1" you would have so much clearance. Mine barely rubs and my rear is lowered 2"
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I have run 17x10.5 with 315's with the quad shocks and no rub! Click image for larger version

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Thanks y'all for the info. Definitely gonna go with the 10.5's now. And gun show sweet mach 1.
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I have run 17x10.5 with 315's with the quad shocks and no rub! Attachment 143592
dang! how much room do you have back there then? lol
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Not much but I bought small spacers just to make sure and didn't have to use them
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Not much but I bought small spacers just to make sure and didn't have to use them
this is how much room I have with 315 and my quads on lol, I have a spacer to
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Damn that's a tight fit lol
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