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Old 02-03-2016, 07:15 PM   #1
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How big of rims can I put on my 08 v6 mustang? I want to go as big and wide as possible without having to customize anything. Something with a wide lip on it and as small a tire as I can get. Is there anyone out there that can help a newbie out?
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Why are u looking to go big and wide?


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Biggest I'd go is 20x10 if you want a squared set up. that's pretty standard. Or 20x8.5 and 20x10 for staggered. If you can find a wheel with a big lip and 11" wide in the back and the right offset then that is possible but can be pricey
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If you are trying to look like an idiot you can fit 24s, if you wanna have stance i suggest a 19in rim
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Just like that look.
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I was thinking 20x10 in the back and 20x9 up front. Just wasn't sure if they'd fit without having to customize anything to keep them from rubbing
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I was thinking 20x10 in the back and 20x9 up front. Just wasn't sure if they'd fit without having to customize anything to keep them from rubbing

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With the wheels u want u could prob fit 275 front 285-295 rear


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Your 08 would actually look fantastic with the 18" or 19" stock wheels off of a 15-16 GT or Track Pack model.

Big wheels just hurt your back after a few thousand miles and what you really want instead is to ditch the awful stock rims. Plus, take-offs are often quite inexpensive.
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These are 19s I had 20s which wasn't bad the only thing was they rubbed sometimes


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These are 19s I had 20s which wasn't bad the only thing was they rubbed sometimes Click image for larger version

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18's all the way 😬 but still I wouldn't go 20's
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Especially if you aren't lowered
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My 19's are great, still have plenty of room and I'm 1.5 lowed
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