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Old 05-08-2011, 11:35 PM   #1
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Wheel and tire setup Staggered

I'm looking to buy some anthracite bullitt 18x10's for the rear of my 2000 mustang I only need to wheels since I'm gonna keep the front 2 at 17x9's but, what size tire thickness an width should I go with for a great fat look?
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And let me know what you guys think of the setup (:
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I'm looking to buy some anthracite bullitt 18x10's for the rear of my 2000 mustang I only need to wheels since I'm gonna keep the front 2 at 17x9's but, what size tire thickness an width should I go with for a great fat look?
Help me out with pics if you can!
And let me know what you guys think of the setup (:
i know its hard to see. but those back tires are p315/35/r17, if that helps at all. mine definitely have that fat look
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i know its hard to see. but those back tires are p315/35/r17, if that helps at all. mine definitely have that fat look
Yeah! Definitely the fat look I want, how was the fitment and how low is your car dropped?
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Yeah! Definitely the fat look I want, how was the fitment and how low is your car dropped?
the rears fit with no problem and its lowered 1 inch
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I am kinda looking at the same thing. Definately would like some better pictures.
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I am kinda looking at the same thing. Definately would like some better pictures.
I will get you some better ones tomorrow when I get back to the dealership.
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Re: Wheel and tire setup Staggered

18x10 out back will have a smaller sidewall and this will make the front look odd/out of place as it will have the taller tire~ so its just a matter of visual preference~

the tire for 18x10 is a 295/35/18~ or 305/35/18
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the rears fit with no problem and its lowered 1 inch
Awesome and what size are your rims?
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Awesome and what size are your rims?
17. Don't remember how deep they are
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315/35/17 in rear. The bad thing is cost. I put nittos on and just the two rears cost me 360 and i work at a shop so i get shop cost
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Ok so I've decided that I'm gonna just go with order a pair of bullitt 17x10.5's for the rears from LRS does anyone know if the anthracite color will match fords factory bullitts?
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No the anthricite and factory ford color is off and dont match
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No the anthricite and factory ford color is off and dont match
Well that sucks... But since they're deepdish they wouldn't be really noticable but if they are I have buddy that can paint and I'll probably powdercoat my whole setup a darker grey
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