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Old 08-14-2014, 07:31 PM   #1
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I have a 2013 mustang GT with stock brakes, shocks, springs and suspension. I'm looking to purchase 20"X10.5 wheels for the rear with 295/35/20 tires. Will I see any rubbing issues with the fender or shocks? All info will help me a bunch, I am running low on rubber. thanks!
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Offset of the wheels? Most likely you won't have a rubbing issue
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Offset of the wheels? Most likely you won't have a rubbing issue


Im actually looking at the Niche Verona wheels in +35 front, +40 offset rear wheels. This is what was recommended in 10 inch. These are concave wheels and I really want the aggressive look in the rear and the concave to really stand out in the rear as well. When I measured the distance between the shock to the outer wheel rim, it shows 11 inches.
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Im actually looking at the Niche Verona wheels in +35 front, +40 offset rear wheels. This is what was recommended in 10 inch. These are concave wheels and I really want the aggressive look in the rear and the concave to really stand out in the rear as well. When I measured the distance between the shock to the outer wheel rim, it shows 11 inches.
You may or may not require a LCA relocation bracket. I run 305/35/20 on +45 offset and needed them. But the wheels are 10" not 10.5" like yours.
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