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Old 02-11-2015, 06:19 PM   #1
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305 35 19 on RTR wheels anyone running?

I have been searching for days call couple shops, some say it will work some have no clue, so figured I would give you guys a shot anyone running a rtr wheel with a 305 on it thanks guys

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I have been searching for days call couple shops, some say it will work some have no clue, so figured I would give you guys a shot anyone running a rtr wheel with a 305 on it thanks guys

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That is a helluva tire for a 9.5" wheel. I'm debating on a tire for my 19x10 and anything greater than a 285-295 on that is pushing it...


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I'm more concerned with the offset of the wheel, and having rubbing issues, if you have a 10in wheel you can run a 305 no issues

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Are you lowered? What's the offset of the RTR's? In the +40's? You pretty much answered your own question lol. If stock ride height, it'll definitely fit.


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The RTR offest is 33.
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The RTR offest is 33.

Ahhhh, that's low with a 305 tire. I'd say 99.9% you're going to rub. Are you lowered?
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These are 19x10 +35 and they're going to be flush with the fender. I'm lowered. I highly doubt I'll be able to fit anything greater than a 285 without pulling the fender because there's nothing to roll.


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yea my car is lowered I think 1in it's a RTR so sucks I would have to change wheels lol but I'm supercharged now so need DR

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I saw some post on mustang forums that guys were running a 305 but don't wanna waste money riding out

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You'd have to do some research man, I'm not really sure to be honest. Hopefully someone can chime in


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---------- Post added at 08:28 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:27 PM ----------

I'm lowered 1.5" and I know it's going to be tight.


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I'm trying lol it's making my head spin hopefully someone has tried and knows for sure thanks

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I'm trying lol it's making my head spin hopefully someone has tried and knows for sure thanks

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The only thing I can be sure of, is that it will be a tight fit, if possible, and no problem man


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They have a staggered set up for the RTR's on AM now so you could get 10's for the rear if you needed.. been wanting to get those bad.
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I'm running 18x10 rears with a +40 offset 295/35 right now and no rubbing issues. Also lowered 1.5 inches.


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I wasn't aware they made the rtr wheels in 10in now thanks I'll check that out hopefully the offset is different

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I'm running 18x10 rears with a +40 offset 295/35 right now and no rubbing issues. Also lowered 1.5 inches.


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Yeah that's a 40+ offset. I'm going with a 35+ and the OP says the RTR is in the 30's as well. It'll be close depending on tire.


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They have a staggered set up for the RTR's on AM now so you could get 10's for the rear if you needed.. been wanting to get those bad.

Where do you see those on the site? All I see is 19x9.5's all around.


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Where do you see those on the site? All I see is 19x9.5's all around.


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It's not offered as a set. You have to put 2 19×8.5, or 9.5, and 2 19X10 wheels.
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It's not offered as a set. You have to put 2 19×8.5, or 9.5, and 2 19X10 wheels.

Ahhhhh, didn't dig that deep. All I saw was 2 options and they were both 19x9.5's. This wheel has become extremely common, albeit they do look nice.


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They really have gotten common. I'm eventually going to build an RTR clone though. Then put other exhaust and suspension mods. And of course get into the engine
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305 35 19 on RTR wheels anyone running?

I'm running a 305/35/20 with amr's, pretty sure a +48 offset and no rubbing issues at all
Also I'm lowered 1.5"

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I'm running a 305/35/20 with amr's, pretty sure a +48 offset and no rubbing issues at all
Also I'm lowered 1.5"

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The AMR's, I believe don't quote me, have a higher set than the RTR's. And yeah mustangz, it seems everyone is running a mesh style wheel on the S197's. I personally think that's more of an import style, but to each their own.


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they are out of stock on the 19x10 the offset is +45 so they should work I'll just have to call them and see when they will have them

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The AMR's, I believe don't quote me, have a higher set than the RTR's. And yeah mustangz, it seems everyone is running a mesh style wheel on the S197's. I personally think that's more of an import style, but to each their own.


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AM is usually pretty good about getting things in stock quick, although RTR doesn't have the best rep, ask me how I know....lol. Good luck with it all bro.


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Please correct me if I'm wrong: don't you have to go to a lower offset (like maybe +20?) if you're going with a wider tire? for a car that has been lowered, in order to prevent rubbing n stuff when you're taking turns.

Or if it's other way around? I'm pretty much in the same boat. Looking to get 285s all around, or a 275/255 and 305 staggered setup.
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Please correct me if I'm wrong: don't you have to go to a lower offset (like maybe +20?) if you're going with a wider tire? for a car that has been lowered, in order to prevent rubbing n stuff when you're taking turns.

Or if it's other way around? I'm pretty much in the same boat. Looking to get 285s all around, or a 275/255 and 305 staggered setup.

It's all subjective really, but it's pretty much the opposite of what you stated. The higher the offset (closest to stock) the easier the fit. Being lowered, right around 30+ - 35+ish is pushing it to the point where you become limited in how wide you want to go, if lowered.


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Where do you see those on the site? All I see is 19x9.5's all around.


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well I called up AM and they had the 19x10 +45 so I just ordered them should solve the problem thanks for help guys

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well I called up AM and they had the 19x10 +45 so I just ordered them should solve the problem thanks for help guys

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No problem man make sure you post some pics when you get those new wheels on.


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I've been searching for hours but can't get an answer. My car has 305/30 19 on the rear and 255/40 19 on the front. I have Eibach sportline springs so 2" drop in the rear and 1.3 front. The car has amazing stance with the tires on it but it bothers me some having the back tires actually shorter (in height) than the front. I wanted to try moving to 305/35's but I'm thinking maybe it won't work. the spring kit is supposed to work with stock tire sizes and a 295/35 19 falls into that category as far as height. I don't know the rim width or offset because I bought the car with the current rim/tire set up already on it from a dealership and they wouldn't tell me who owned it last. I'd hate to loose the aggressive stance it already has by going with a lesser wide tire. 305/35s would only add 1.2inches in tire height so .6 between the tire and quarter.
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Unless that's like a 10.5" wheel you arent even using all 305 of that tire anyways. Go with a 295 and you'll be fine. Also, i imagine if you own a tape measure you could find the rim width pretty easily.
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Buddy of mine has RTR TECH 7 with a 305 and it's fine. On the s550 tho


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Buddy of mine has RTR TECH 7 with a 305 and it's fine. On the s550 tho


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So the RTR Tech 7 is 9.5" wide correct? 305s on average are 11-12" wide, so splain me how that works? Just because a tire will mount to a rim, does not mean you are using the full contact patch. If your tread width exceeds your rim width, all you're doing is wasting money on tread you arent using.
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Unless that's like a 10.5" wheel you arent even using all 305 of that tire anyways. Go with a 295 and you'll be fine. Also, i imagine if you own a tape measure you could find the rim width pretty easily.
I'm not bothered about using the whole tire. I'm getting a set of different wheels for the back with some nittos or something on there for function .
I can't take the tire off to properly measure the rim width but measuring using the outter lip of the rim, I got 12 inches. So I'm guessing maybe it's 10.5 or 10 wide. The car doesn't corner much or get tracked either. I just hate to loose that amazing stance it already has.
I don't know the offset of the wheels either and I never saw this car with stocks on it but this is what I'm lookin at underneath. idk if that helps any but
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