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Old 02-10-2016, 01:32 PM   #1
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Stay with 17" or move up to 19" wheels?

I currently have the OEM 17" wheels on my 14'. I came across a decent deal on the 14' Brembo 19" track wheels. I really like the style. I can get the 19" for $450 w/tpms. OR put the money into Borla axle backs. Thoughts?
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I currently have the OEM 17" wheels on my 14'. I came across a decent deal on the 14' Brembo 19" track wheels. I really like the style. I can get the 19" for $450 w/tpms. Thoughts?
Go for it. You can run a 275/40 19 on those. That would also be about the same height as the stock 17's.
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OR would you just hold off and put the $$ into Borla ABs?
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it's a decent deal on the 19's...grab while you can.

put summers on the 19's save the oem's for cold weather.

you MAY need steering stops with the upgrade..they MAY rub at full lock
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What mud said with the steering stops, I keep forgetting about them since my car came with 19's

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I currently have the OEM 17" wheels on my 14'. I came across a decent deal on the 14' Brembo 19" track wheels. I really like the style. I can get the 19" for $450 w/tpms. OR put the money into Borla axle backs. Thoughts?
I would not do 19s again personally, i would do 18s. I didnt realize how much more expensive 19" tires were than 18 or 20 because 19" tires are so much less common. You will pay more for a tire in 19" than you will in 20" ... if thats not a consideration factor then yeah, go for it because that's not a bad deal. Granted, those wheels are too narrow for my liking, but if you wont ever need more than like a 255 then they will be perfect.

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Go for it. You can run a 275/40 19 on those. That would also be about the same height as the stock 17's.
Really shouldnt be going over a 255 on a 9" rim, 275 is flush on a 9.5" and perfect on a 10". Also, most people who run 19s go with a 275 35 19.


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it's a decent deal on the 19's...grab while you can.

put summers on the 19's save the oem's for cold weather.

you MAY need steering stops with the upgrade..they MAY rub at full lock
Are the steering locks factory on cars that come with 19s? On our v6 lowered with FRPP springs about 1" - 1.5" and 275 35 19 on a 19 x 9.5 +43 SVE Drift we will rub the inside of the fender well at like FULL lock, like all the way turned, but its not something i normally hear happening on other 19s.
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I would not do 19s again personally, i would do 18s. I didnt realize how much more expensive 19" tires were than 18 or 20 because 19" tires are so much less common. You will pay more for a tire in 19" than you will in 20" ... if thats not a consideration factor then yeah, go for it because that's not a bad deal. Granted, those wheels are too narrow for my liking, but if you wont ever need more than like a 255 then they will be perfect.



Really shouldnt be going over a 255 on a 9" rim, 275 is flush on a 9.5" and perfect on a 10". Also, most people who run 19s go with a 275 35 19.




Are the steering locks factory on cars that come with 19s? On our v6 lowered with FRPP springs about 1" - 1.5" and 275 35 19 on a 19 x 9.5 +43 SVE Drift we will rub the inside of the fender well at like FULL lock, like all the way turned, but its not something i normally hear happening on other 19s.
275/40 19 are the same height as the stock 17's and on my 302r wheels which are 19x9 and basically the same width and offset as the Brembo wheels the tires are flush.
I believe it is all the cars with 18 and up get the steering locks.


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You need to lower that sucker.

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from what I understand on cars with the 17" wheels there are shorter steering stops = tighter turning radius. I know wheel offsets/width/ride height will matter. Volt had a good point about the $ for 18/19. Mine is a 2012 with the PP so it came with the 19's summers and I scored a set of 19" 5 spoke take offs with all seasons that I run in cold weather. I live in CT and when I asked about running summer only in cold weather the hive mind was if you live north of the Mason-Doxon line don't. I do store it in winter but will run it till I see snow. Butt Dyno can feel the change in grip levels between the two.

Pa, if that price includes tires it's a great price.
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Agree with Mud. Have the Perf Pack 19" rims, and summer-only UHP rubber is pricey (like close to $1k for good new tires with mounting and balancing). My summer tires performed fine until temps dropped below freezing, then it was like driving on hockey picks with noticeably reduced grip. Anything more than a dusting of snow = you're not going anywhere.

I have a set of 18" rims with snow tires for the winter. Great if you have to drive through the dandruff, but prepare for less dry pavement grip and reduced steering feel (the compound is really soft).
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19" are going to cost bunches. You could lower the ride and still come out less expensive.
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I currently have the OEM 17" wheels on my 14'. I came across a decent deal on the 14' Brembo 19" track wheels. I really like the style. I can get the 19" for $450 w/tpms. OR put the money into Borla axle backs. Thoughts?

Your 2014 convertible came with 17 inch base model wheels?
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That's correct. I like them but really like the GT TP style.


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That's correct. I like them but I think the GPTP 19" look better.


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I have 19s, but if I had to do it again I'd go 20s. Definitely ditch the 17s.

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I have 20" wheels and love the look but if I ever buy new wheels I'm going with 18".
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Keep your 17 inch wheels for 'winter' tires, and buy the 19's for all season or summer tires
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I would not do 19s again personally, i would do 18s. I didnt realize how much more expensive 19" tires were than 18 or 20 because 19" tires are so much less common. You will pay more for a tire in 19" than you will in 20" ... if thats not a consideration factor then yeah, go for it because that's not a bad deal. Granted, those wheels are too narrow for my liking, but if you wont ever need more than like a 255 then they will be perfect.



Really shouldnt be going over a 255 on a 9" rim, 275 is flush on a 9.5" and perfect on a 10". Also, most people who run 19s go with a 275 35 19.




Are the steering locks factory on cars that come with 19s? On our v6 lowered with FRPP springs about 1" - 1.5" and 275 35 19 on a 19 x 9.5 +43 SVE Drift we will rub the inside of the fender well at like FULL lock, like all the way turned, but its not something i normally hear happening on other 19s.
I don't understand why folks keep saying that 19s are more expensive and less common than 20s!

255 & 275 /40-19 come stock on Mustangs and Tire Rack has 60+ choices in the high $100 to mid $200. The 265/35-20 that is an option on the Mustang only has 22 choices and they are all mid $200s to low $300s.

I agree that 18s are cheaper than either 19 or 20

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To me 19 are perfect, 20's have to much wheel for my tastes and 18's have to much rubber for the Dragon.

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I like the 19s because, not only do they look better, but I have 255/40s on mine. Mine originally came with 215/65/17s which is an overall 28" diameter. The 255/40/19s are 27.03" overall diameter.

So I went from an overall diameter of 28" to 27", which helps with that horrible 2.73 gear ratio. It effectively makes it a 2.83 ratio.


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I went from the 255/40 to 275/40, so from 27.03 to 27.6. BTW handling is awesome with the 275's

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Siber, what width are your rims?
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Siber, what width are your rims?
19X9 Boss 302S wheels Mud, the Minimum size for the 275

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I don't understand why folks keep saying that 19s are more expensive and less common than 20s!

255 & 275 /40-19 come stock on Mustangs and Tire Rack has 60+ choices in the high $100 to mid $200. The 265/35-20 that is an option on the Mustang only has 22 choices and they are all mid $200s to low $300s.

I agree that 18s are cheaper than either 19 or 20

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These are all the same tire, The Potenza S-04 Pole Position, all the same tread width and tire height.

255/45/18 - $167.30 a tire
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255/40/19 - $220.75 a tire
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255/35/20 - $204.30 a tire
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Except that the 255/35-20 is smaller than the factory 20 inch size which is 265/35-20 that Bridgstone doesn't make in a S04 and the ones they do are all over $300.



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Imo 18s are a tad small of a wheel (rim) and the price difference between the 20s and 19s are not bank breakers which basically comes down to personal preference and not excessive cost difference.


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These are all the same tire, The Potenza S-04 Pole Position, all the same tread width and tire height.

255/45/18 - $167.30 a tire
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255/40/19 - $220.75 a tire
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255/35/20 - $204.30 a tire
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Whats the question here?
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275/45r18............
275/40r19 ...$226.86
275/35r20...$223.23
I would give you the price for the 18 inch tire to match the 19 and 20 inch ones but they are not making one in the tires I run
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Siber, those look nice
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With rims you should buy what you like best. Making your decision bc tire prices are 30-50 more per tire is stupid. Considering that tires are not a frequent expense you would be spending an extra 200 dollars every few years or 30-40 miles. Even if you go with drag radials I got 20k out of mine.


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