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Old 11-17-2012, 12:49 PM   #1
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Whats the biggest size wheel i can put on my 2013 v6

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I'm thinking about buying some stock 19" rims with tires that came off a 2010 premium gt. tire size is 245/45r19. Will they fit with out rubbing in the front? Thanks
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First, I have an 07 not an 2013! I run 245\35zr\20, I have a 3" clearance.
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There shouldn't be any clearance issues with that tire wheel combo
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They will fit. You could even go 20" but I think 18 or 19 is the butter zone for the new body stangs.
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I go 20s on mine it's perfect for me Zero rubbing issues to
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I go 20s on mine it's perfect for me Zero rubbing issues to
Look's beast! Are those 20 x10s in the rear?
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I go 20s on mine it's perfect for me Zero rubbing issues to
Nice choice on paint Just curious, what'd it cost you for the paint job?
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I go 20s on mine it's perfect for me Zero rubbing issues to
how much of a drop did you do?
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I go 20s on mine it's perfect for me Zero rubbing issues to
The tire sticks out the back just a hair. Most wont notice unless you point it out but that bugs me. Are those ten inch those? Considering to go wide in the spring
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Nice choice on paint Just curious, what'd it cost you for the paint job?
The paint job was 4k whole month for complete paint job switch
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how much of a drop did you do?
I went with the H&R springs so 1.7" front 1.9" in the front and the rims are staggered with 10" in the back
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The paint job was 4k whole month for complete paint job switch

I went with the H&R springs so 1.7" front 1.9" in the front and the rims are staggered with 10" in the back
Are your running a 295 or higher?
And are you rubbing at all?
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Are your running a 295 or higher?
And are you rubbing at all?
Actually I believe they're 245 but I want to go higher lol
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Actually I believe they're 245 but I want to go higher lol
With a 10 in wheel???
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With a 10 in wheel???
Sorry just checked 265 lol I was told 285 was max on these wheels when I purchased them any way to check?
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Is it max 285 cuz you'll rub?

Or just the wheel itself
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If its a 10' then he can go up to 315. Maybe it's that low so he won't rub
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Maybe it's because of the offset of the wheel that it sticks out and so he needs a smaller tire
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If its a 10' then he can go up to 315. Maybe it's that low so he won't rub
315 is really pushing it on a 10" wheel. I'd be scared to go much past 295, I'd go 305 if I was feeling brave lol.

At 315's you'll have a decent bit of overhang and maybe sidewall bulge and may cause the back end to sway
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315 is really pushing it on a 10" wheel. I'd be scared to go much past 295, I'd go 305 if I was feeling brave lol.

At 315's you'll have a decent bit of overhang and maybe sidewall bulge and may cause the back end to sway
It also matters on the tire because a Pirelli 315 can be basically the same width as a 305 Hoosier. I didn't have any bulge or sidewall hanging.
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Yea it depends on manufacturer but I would say as a general rule of thumb a 315 is not the brightest idea on 10" wheels
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I have a 2013 Mustang 3.7 V6

Can I fit a 275/45/19 rear and a 255/45/19 in the front. Is this a good combo for tires and wheels staggered 19x8.5, please help me as far as what is the best looks and fit for my car without any rubbing and no tire sticking out of the car side.

Thank you....
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Yes you can you will be fine
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Can I fit a 275/45/19 rear and a 255/45/19 in the front. Is this a good combo for tires and wheels staggered 19x8.5, please help me as far as what is the best looks and fit for my car without any rubbing and no tire sticking out of the car side.

Thank you....
That's what I'm running except I'm running 35 instead of 45

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I got 40s in the rear and 45s in the front and they are fine

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I got 40s in the rear and 45s in the front and they are fine
Yummy yummy bro... Where the FCK has that pic been hiding :p what springs do you have and are those 20s
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On my phone and twitter :p h&r pro springs

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No they are 18s!
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Just a heads up I had to put 3/16" spacers because my 295 was rubbing on the shock cover.
It also depends on the offset and back spacing of the wheel
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On my phone and twitter :p h&r pro springs

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No they are 18s!
Damn son 18s and its that slammed. I'm loving it. How is the ride.?

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BTW my 19s would look sick in that wheel well
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Its actually not that bad of a ride! Thanks wanna trade :p
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Its actually not that bad of a ride! Thanks wanna trade :p
Lol I'll pass. I had a guy wanting to buy my car yesterday. I was flattered but I had to pass
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I meant rims not car :p
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I meant rims not car :p
I know but the rims are what made me drive 6 hours one way to pick this car up.
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Which ones do you have on there?
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Which ones do you have on there?
Stock v6 pp rims.
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