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Old 04-08-2014, 05:54 PM   #1
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Stanced mustang???

All stanced stangs
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Old 04-08-2014, 06:18 PM   #2
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Not for me but its your car. I've see a few that I like but again.it's not for me.
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What size wheels?
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20x9-20x10
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:26 PM   #6
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After 25mm spacer 0 an 20
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Idk if I'm considered "stanced" but here
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:45 PM   #9
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Ur using spacers on all corners?
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:52 PM   #10
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Low wide an awesome!
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:56 PM   #11
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So this stuff is coming to the mustang scene now. Great

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Old 04-08-2014, 08:00 PM   #12
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Don't think it looks bad. But t would be better if the front spacers were removed otherwise I love it
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The spacers don't bothere to much. Its the way the tire is stretched on the wheel

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The spacers don't bothere to much. Its the way the tire is stretched on the wheel

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Yea lol. Tires are alittle to small for the rim. I went through that with my last set
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235/35/20 on a 9 an 255/35/20 on a 10 isn't stretched jus the smallest recommended for the rim
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Those tire sizes just sound retarded for a wheel like that. The car looks sick but running a tiny *** tire is just asking for trouble. Now if your looking for slammed cars you'll find a lot more members happen to have those.
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235/35/20 on a 9 an 255/35/20 on a 10 isn't stretched jus the smallest recommended for the rim

Too small to most people. On a 9" you want 265/275 and on a 10 you want 285/295 for optimal size.
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Agreed I already have a setup like that. Just trying a fitment nobody has
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Too small to most people. On a 9" you want 265/275 and on a 10 you want 285/295 for optimal size.
I would NEVER run such a big size on a small width rim. If you are going for looks, a 255 on a 9.5 looks amazing. So I would say I 245, for 9" max imo.

But most mustang guys try to put the biggest tire they can on there cars. That's why most look bleh to me

To the OP: I would try I smaller spacer!
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I would like to run no spacers but the saleen wheels dont have the offset I want. Im a fan of the wheel poke. Badass pic though
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The new car looks sick! I think your old one would have looked better with some different wheels.
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The new car looks sick! I think your old one would have looked better with some different wheels.

Thanks bro and yea definitely needed different wheels on my old car. I got them for a steal and figured I'd just keep them.
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235/35/20 on a 9 an 255/35/20 on a 10 isn't stretched jus the smallest recommended for the rim
The tire has an angle from the edge of the wheel to the top of the side wall. That IS a stretched tire.

Who would recommend a 235 on a 9 inch wide short of odd OEM fitment issues?

I never got the idea of reducing traction on a powerful car. We buy cars for what we want and that I can understand I suppose.
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Thats your opinion I dont consider mine really stretched. This is stretching a tire
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Yours is stretched bud.

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I would NEVER run such a big size on a small width rim. If you are going for looks, a 255 on a 9.5 looks amazing. So I would say I 245, for 9" max imo.

But most mustang guys try to put the biggest tire they can on there cars. That's why most look bleh to me

To the OP: I would try I smaller spacer!

That's because they are Muscle cars. Not slow ricers. Traction is actually an issue to us. Only ever run that narrow of a tire on that wide of a wheel if that tire is known for being wider than claimed.

I run a 275/35-18 on a 9" wide wheel up front and it is perfect fitment, I would not go any more narrow than this.
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You can run whatever tire you want dont bother me none its what your into. I like the way the wheels an tires sit becuase its not like every other mustang
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Might as well buy a 350 or 370z then BC your style fits those cars

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Is it that time of the month for someone?? Maybe you jus dont like change sorry man not everyone runs the same size tires
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Just, not a fan of the way the mustang scene is heading. Its becoming the new tunner scene.

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