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Old 11-11-2013, 08:51 PM   #1
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17x10's on front

Can I put 17x10's on the front of my 2001 gt? Just in case it matters it also has caster/camber plates,sway bars and lowering springs.
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[QUOTE="Thunderupokc81;1854956"]Can I put 17x10's on the front of my 2001 gt? Just in case it matters it also has caster/camber plates,sway bars and lowering springs.[/QUOTE

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9" with 275s is just about the biggest you want to go in the front.
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Can I put 17x10's on the front of my 2001 gt? Just in case it matters it also has caster/camber plates,sway bars and lowering springs.
That's too wide
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Not without a SLA setup and rolled fenders and custom backspacing. Not sure why you'd even want to unless you are going to set it up to road race. For DD duties that thing would wander all over the damn place. 275s up front is too big IMO. 245/255 on a 9" wide rim is perfect with some 315s out back on 10" wide rims.
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