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Old 08-25-2014, 01:57 AM   #1
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AMR Staggered Charcoal 19s

Hey guys, need some opinions. I did the staggered setup on a set of Charcoal 19s as suggested. By American Muscle but am wondering if the 8.5s in the front are a little too narrow for the 255/40/19 tires. I was surprised to find that the set on there (installed by original owner) were 10.5 SVTs all around from a 2011 GT500. So it's taking me some getting used to fronts that aren't totally stretched out. Thoughts?


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8.5" is fine with a 255 series tire. Wouldn't go much wider however.
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I run that same setup, its fine as said, Id prefer a 9" wheel but its not an issue. what size rear tire?
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Rear is 285.


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Hey guys, need some opinions. I did the staggered setup on a set of Charcoal 19s as suggested. By American Muscle but am wondering if the 8.5s in the front are a little too narrow for the 255/40/19 tires. I was surprised to find that the set on there (installed by original owner) were 10.5 SVTs all around from a 2011 GT500. So it's taking me some getting used to fronts that aren't totally stretched out. Thoughts?
The AMR's look great! I love the Charcoal up against your color. Great choice!

255's are fine on 8.5" Wheel. That's really the max tire size I'd go on a 8.5" Wheel, though. Keep up the great work with your build and let me know if you have any further questions! We're here to help and will gladly lend a hand.

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