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Old 12-06-2014, 11:20 AM   #1
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Aggressive street setup?

18s or 19s?

Also which is the preferred staggered setup? How big would you go in the front and back for a 2013 5.0? This is a DD and a light drag used car

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18s or 19s?

Also which is the preferred staggered setup? How big would you go in the front and back for a 2013 5.0? This is a DD and a light drag used car

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19s no doubt.


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I run 255/40/19 and 285/35/19 nitto invos just because that's the sizes boss 302s run.

255/40/19 305/35/19 is really nice too with no fitment issues on a 19x10 rim.


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That what i was thinking. How wide can we go on the rear before we have fitment issues?

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That what i was thinking. How wide can we go on the rear before we have fitment issues?

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315s with 10s will cause issues and that's where I would get 10.5s


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Thought so. Now the search for a good deal begins. 😅

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Thought so. Now the search for a good deal begins. 😅

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Good luck searching lol. Get some Drag Radials 💓🙈🙈


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