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Old 02-13-2013, 04:07 PM   #1
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what size tires are you guys running on 18's pic too

Looking for info and pics of tire sizes on 18" wheels
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Old 02-13-2013, 04:13 PM   #2
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Just got some 18x9 cobra R's. My memory is full on my phone so no pics yet. They came with 275/35 on all four.
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18x10.5 and 18x9 saleens. 285-245 tires
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I'm thinking of getting 18x9/10 Chrome saleens. With 275 front and 305 rear.
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Chrome saleens look good on any stang. Why change your wheels? Yours look nice.
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18x9 275's 18x10 285's I'd go at least 305's in the rear if your going staggered imo

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Old 02-13-2013, 05:49 PM   #7
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18x10.5 and 18x9 saleens. 285-245 tires
Why 285s on a 10.5? Just curious
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I like my stock Chrome wheels but there is curb damage from the previous owner. I bought the fr's because I liked them, but after one season of them I ldecided I like chrome on the car better.
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Front 18x9 275/35/18. Rear 18x10.5 335/30/18
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Damn! 335?! Did you have to roll your fenders and what about quad shocks? What kind and size rim?
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Damn! 335?! Did you have to roll your fenders and what about quad shocks? What kind and size rim?
Rolled fenders, no need for quad shocks I have lower control arms. It's also on h&r super sports with no isos. Rims XXR 526
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18x9/10 275/285
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Front 18x9 275/35/18. Rear 18x10.5 335/30/18
Can I see a pic of your rear tires
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Can I see a pic of your rear tires


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It is much lower then that now, I just put h&r ss on it , those springs in the pic's are old roush.
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18x9 & 18x10, 275/35r18 & 285/35r18
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It is much lower then that now, I just put h&r ss on it , those springs in the pic's are old roush.

For some reason they don't look wider than mine, mine are 305/35
It might depend on the brand too
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For some reason they don't look wider than mine, mine are 305/35
It might depend on the brand too
They are 13 1/2 inch's wide, Michelin pilot sports. I only paid $400 for 3 of them brand new.
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Damn good deal!!!
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Damn good deal!!!
That's what I thought or I was going to get 315/30/18 . The guy had them for his viper but sold it. Worked out for me .lol
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Why 285s on a 10.5? Just curious
That's what came with my car lol. I will go 315 when I need to or that's if I decide to sell them
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They are 13 1/2 inch's wide, Michelin pilot sports. I only paid $400 for 3 of them brand new.
That is a great deal! Can't even remember how much I paid for mine but I'm pretty sure thats close to wat I paid for one of my nittos 555r alone
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