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Old 04-06-2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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NT05r. 305/35/19

I have tried a lot of tires on my 5.0 to hook up with nitrous. And these are bad ***!!!!!!
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Those look good! How much we're they? Im thinking of getting some 305's on the rear once my forgestars come in
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Those look good! How much we're they? Im thinking of getting some 305's on the rear once my forgestars come in
Got them from discount for 250 a piece. 600 out the door with shipping/tax/install.
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Those look good! How much we're they? Im thinking of getting some 305's on the rear once my forgestars come in
what size rim you put those 305s on? I have 20x10s in the rear and I'm wondering what's the widest I can go. I have 295s now
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what size rim you put those 305s on? I have 20x10s in the rear and I'm wondering what's the widest I can go. I have 295s now
I have 305/45/18 on my 18x10 wheels, so it's reasonable to suspect that you could fit a 305/?? on a 20x10 wheel.
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I believe Nittos run a tad smaller thats why 305's can fit a 10 in rim. I also run 305s on a 10 inch rim
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Just dont drive in the rain lol
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I believe Nittos run a tad smaller thats why 305's can fit a 10 in rim. I also run 305s on a 10 inch rim
305 are perfect on a 10".

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Just dont drive in the rain lol
Driving in the rain isn't bad
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305 are perfect on a 10".

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Driving in the rain isn't bad
On 305/45/R18 NT05Rs .... yeah it is. Welcome to hydroplane city.
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On 305/45/R18 NT05Rs .... yeah it is. Welcome to hydroplane city.
Nope not for me buddy.

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I'm running 305/35/19's and they are fine
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Nope not for me buddy.

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I'm running 305/35/19's and they are fine
They may be great on dry roads, but to say they don't hydroplane, defies common sense.
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They may be great on dry roads, but to say they don't hydroplane, defies common sense.
I have had them in the rain and have yet to hydroplane. And have ran drag radials on my 550hp + cobra and now on my 5.0 making over 600 with a 150 shot now. If u take it easy on them it's fine
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On 305/45/R18 NT05Rs .... yeah it is. Welcome to hydroplane city.
Do you have any pics of of that tire on the car? That's what I'm buying next found them pretty cheap.
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Do you have any pics of of that tire on the car? That's what I'm buying next found them pretty cheap.
They're on in my sigpic. I could probably scrounge up a few random pics if you want to PM me your email address.
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Will 305/35/19's fit on a 2013 GT/CS that has been lowered 1.5 inches?
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Will 305/35/19's fit on a 2013 GT/CS that has been lowered 1.5 inches?
Do you even read the threads you post on?
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Do you even read the threads you post on?
Doesn't look like it ...especially since my sigpic right above his post shows 305/45R18s (a full inch and a half taller than 305/35R19) on my car with a 1.5" drop in the rear.
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Doesn't look like it ...especially since my sigpic right above his post shows 305/45R18s (a full inch and a half taller than 305/35R19) on my car with a 1.5" drop in the rear.
Lol, he joined today, trying to get that 50 post min in.
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Ok, I give up, I see the picture I have read the posts, where does it say your car has been lowered?
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Ok, I give up, I see the picture I have read the posts, where does it say your car has been lowered?
Lol you actually got me there. I'm on eibach pro-kit springs, 1.5" in the rear, 1.0 in the front. There is room for days in these wheel wells, I think the only people that had issues with rubbing were on 20x10 wheels in the front, and there is a steering rack stop that Roush makes to address it.
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Thanks for the reply, I have already ordered Eibach R2 kit for my car because I wanted to be able to adjust car depending on what tires and wheels I go with. You have your car sitting where I will probably set my car to. Initially I wanted it to sit level but have since changed my mine to a more muscle car look like you have. Thanks again for the reply.
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Thanks for the reply, I have already ordered Eibach R2 kit for my car because I wanted to be able to adjust car depending on what tires and wheels I go with. You have your car sitting where I will probably set my car to. Initially I wanted it to sit level but have since changed my mine to a more muscle car look like you have. Thanks again for the reply.
Actually, it sits level 99% of the time. I don't drive around on the drag radials, I have a square set of 275/45R18s and just throw the 305/45R18s on (second set of wheels) for when I'm feeling frisky.

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