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Old 05-01-2015, 02:43 PM   #1
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Yet another tire fitment question

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I tried searching, and was unable to come to a conclusive answer.

I have a 2014 Mustang GT lowered on BC Racing Coilovers. I have a set of wheels I'm picking up on Monday that are 20x9 +35 and 20x10.5 +42

Would a set of Nitto Invo's at 265/35/20 and 305/35/20 be too aggressive? Will I rub? I hear Nitto's tend to run a tad narrower. Any and all help will be appreciated. Thanks
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Anyone? I know there are some almighty fitment gurus on here.
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They would need to know exactly how much lower than stock height you are per corner, and also if those struts use a standard spring diameter (wide at bottom, then narrows), or a more packaging friendly constant diameter (a typical size for this is 60mm). Also, do you have any camber modifications up front, and are you on a watts link, or a panhard bar (you can fit more tire with a watts link due to full elimination of lateral axle motion).
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They would need to know exactly how much lower than stock height you are per corner, and also if those struts use a standard spring diameter (wide at bottom, then narrows), or a more packaging friendly constant diameter (a typical size for this is 60mm). Also, do you have any camber modifications up front, and are you on a watts link, or a panhard bar (you can fit more tire with a watts link due to full elimination of lateral axle motion).
Thanks for the response. I am low, don't know the exact amount, but essentially no fender gap to top of stock Brembo wheels/tires(pics attached). I know I'll definitely need to raise it, but that's the easy part. I'll attach a picture of the full BC Racing kit, hopefully that helps. The BC Racing Coils have built in camber plates and I have had the car properly aligned, and I also am on a BMR adjustable panhard bar.

BC Racing kit just before I installed it
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The car as she sits now. I know it will obviously need to come up.
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Decided on 295/35/20 on my own.


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Dang I was gonna tell you that it would fit but be very very close...


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305/35/20 +45 offset on BC racing coilovers


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