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Old 05-10-2015, 12:36 PM   #1
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Staggered means the wheels in the back are wider than the wheels in the front
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Staggered means the wheels in the back are wider than the wheels in the front




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Staggered means the wheels in the back are wider than the wheels in the front
aty0816 - Looking like Tex already got you some help on this but just to take it a bit further you might here guys on here saying that they're running a "square" setup. A square setup is the same size wheel and tire on all 4 corners.

Some of the benefits of running a staggered wheel and tire kit is that they'll put more meat on the ground - this is going to be better for traction, handling, and acceleration. To top it off staggered wheels and tires make the back end of your Mustang that much meaner.

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Yeah I've always liked the wider tires and wheels on the back I just didn't know that was what it was called. Thank you guys


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aty0816 - Looking like Tex already got you some help on this but just to take it a bit further you might here guys on here saying that they're running a "square" setup. A square setup is the same size wheel and tire on all 4 corners.



Some of the benefits of running a staggered wheel and tire kit is that they'll put more meat on the ground - this is going to be better for traction, handling, and acceleration. To top it off staggered wheels and tires make the back end of your Mustang that much meaner.



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Yeah I've always liked the wider tires and wheels on the back I just didn't know that was what it was called. Thank you guys


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Yeah I've always liked the wider tires and wheels on the back I just didn't know that was what it was called. Thank you guys
You and me both - makes the rear pop that much better - Check out some of out Wheel & Tire Kits and if you're wondering what any type of setup would look like on your car take a look at the customer submitted images - you'll be able to filter the results by your color.

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