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Old 02-10-2015, 05:59 PM   #1
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I have some 295/35ZR20s on my 2014 stang v6 and i noticed one tire sticks out more than the other. Anyone knows what this could be?Click image for larger version

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Is your car lowered? If so, an adjustable panhard bar would fix this


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Is your car lowered? If so, an adjustable panhard bar would fix this


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Not at all, its stock you couls say just different wheels


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Mines does it a little now because I have wide rear tires.
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I wish mine only stuck out that much. Mine go probably 1/2 inch past the fender lips


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I have some 295/35ZR20s on my 2014 stang v6 and i noticed one tire sticks out more than the other. Anyone knows what this could be?Attachment 175160Attachment 175161


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Here is how mine stick out. I don't have a good shot from straight in but you can see how far they're out lol


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Old 02-11-2015, 08:01 AM   #8
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Yea but one sticks out more the the other


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Old 02-11-2015, 08:40 AM   #9
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I wish mine only stuck out that much. Mine go probably 1/2 inch past the fender lips


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It doesnt look like it in the pictures but they stick out about half inch aswell


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I suggest an adjustable panhard bar.
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It's normal; it's how these cars come from the factory. I noticed the same thing after I installed wider wheels/tires on my 2014. You and I just never noticed this before with the stock wheels since they are tucked so far into the wheel wells. Wider aftermarket wheels and tires simply accentuate what was already going on.

Like these guys said above, get an adjustable panhard bar to fix it. You will be able to center the axle under the car that way. It won't hurt anything if you leave it as is though either.
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It's normal; it's how these cars come from the factory. I noticed the same thing after I installed wider wheels/tires on my 2014. You and I just never noticed this before with the stock wheels since they are tucked so far into the wheel wells. Wider aftermarket wheels and tires simply accentuate what was already going on.

Like these guys said above, get an adjustable panhard bar to fix it. You will be able to center the axle under the car that way. It won't hurt anything if you leave it as is though either.

Thanks! I will be getting a panhard bar with my lowering springs


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Thanks! I will be getting a panhard bar with my lowering springs


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Would just a PH bar and springs be good enough for a 1 inch drop? Wouldn't you need more?
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Would just a PH bar and springs be good enough for a 1 inch drop? Wouldn't you need more?

For a 1 inch it should be since you wont be lowering it much


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Ok, I didn't know if the stock Struts and shocks should be replaced as well.
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Ok, I didn't know if the stock Struts and shocks should be replaced as well.

Is a 1 inch drop what you will do?


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Is a 1 inch drop what you will do?


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Yeah.

Oh ok yea it should be pretty simple for a 1 inch the struts and all that is extra, and mainly needed for a low ride


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Oh ok yea it should be pretty simple for a 1 inch the struts and all that is extra, and mainly needed for a low ride


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Would just the springs help any of the body roll, nose dive, etc? I wouldn't think so. Either way, I can just purchase those later.
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Would just the springs help any of the body roll, nose dive, etc? I wouldn't think so. Either way, I can just purchase those later.

Oh yeah dude. I lowered mine 1.5 with only springs and helped the brake dive. Squat on acceleration. Body roll. All was GREATLY improved!!


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Ok then. I want to get the FRPP P springs, but it says I need the GT500 strut mounts. Couldn't I just install the springs, and the PH bar and be fine?

I'd purchase the mounts and new shocks and struts eventually.
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Wheel sticks out

Idk about that. I have the eibach pro kit man. I changed those, BMR double adjustable panhard bar, bmr lower control arms, bmr relocation brackets, bmr upper
Control arms, bmr upper mounting bracket and eibach camber bolts. If you want to use a strut for a 05-2010 mustang, you have to change the strut mounts in order to do that. That is my next mod. I don't see why u HAVE to change the strut mounts if you're not doing what I stated above? Maybe it's something to do with the frpp springs. Who knows. Maybe someone else will chime in.


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I am fairly certain it's just FRPP wanting to get more money out of the person.
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I am fairly certain it's just FRPP wanting to get more money out of the person.

Probably so! A lot of guys say the SR SPRINGS are good too. And steeda so you should check those out as well man!


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SR=Shi*ty Replacements. I'll check out steeda as well. I can get the FRPP springs for about 170 though.
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I've never heard someone call them that lol. I mean if you're like me and won't be road coursing or auto crossing it probably won't make a difference.


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True. I'll probably go with FRPP, Steeda, or BMR.
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True. I'll probably go with FRPP, Steeda, or BMR.

Can't go wrong there!!


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I like FRPP the best for your buck
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I like FRPP the best for your buck
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my wheels are off centered. i guess when they installed the panhard bar they forgot what adjustable meant. great.
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my wheels are off centered. i guess when they installed the panhard bar they forgot what adjustable meant. great.
OH! you want adjustment, that's at additional cost. LOL
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