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Old 10-21-2012, 04:48 PM   #1
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What size before fender rolling?

My 2013 Mustang GT came with 235s in the rear. I would like to get wider rear tires and was wondering what the max width I could put on there before I had to roll the fenders?
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What is your rim size?
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I have the stock 18s.
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my 2013 came with 245/45/zr19 on 9.5 width and am going with 285/40/zr19 tires
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my 2013 came with 245/45/zr19 on 9.5 width and am going with 285/40/zr19 tires
U sure its not 8.5 width?? Unless u have Brembo wheels which are 9"
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no Brembo brakes
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Your fenders are already rolled. Go ahead take a peek.
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The roll is kinda week. They can be rolled a little more. I believe the 18's are 18x8? My old 18's had 275's and that had a bit of a sidewall bulge.
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Old 10-27-2012, 07:37 PM   #9
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You don't need to worry about rolling anything with these cars. You can fit a 305 easy and 335 with the correct sizes. Any bigger and it better be a pro drag car.
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You don't need to worry about rolling anything with these cars. You can fit a 305 easy and 335 with the correct sizes. Any bigger and it better be a pro drag car.
+1 wider tire Doesn't always mean better traction. Does look good when done right though have always liked the wide tires on a vette, doesn't mean you won't break traction.
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