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Old 12-19-2015, 10:32 PM   #71
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So with that being said there's no need for me to get rid of my 20's il just get a drag radial?


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If you are wanting performance then a smaller wheel with a tire that has more sidewall will be better.

If you are just wanting a little more grip them a drag radial on the 20's is fine.


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If you are wanting performance then a smaller wheel with a tire that has more sidewall will be better.

If you are just wanting a little more grip them a drag radial on the 20's is fine.


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That puts it into more perspective for me. One more thing u mentioned suspension. I'm assuming upper and lower arms ?


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That puts it into more perspective for me. One more thing u mentioned suspension. I'm assuming upper and lower arms ?


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Doesn't this Roush already come with the upgraded suspension including the Wheel Hop Reduction?
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Doesn't this Roush already come with the upgraded suspension including the Wheel Hop Reduction?

Yes it does. I'm just curious if I added the uca and lca that it would help the cause


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Decided on nitto!!! But not on wheel size

It has upgraded upper control arms. Lower control arms are regular GTs. But at your power, you might have to change both.


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Yes it does. I'm just curious if I added the uca and lca that it would help the cause


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Well I'm actually a newbee at these upgrades but just reading up on these, I see they use what they call, "Wheel Hop Reduction" that apparently is an upgraded upper control arm bracket. I would be inclined to check in the Roush section of the forum for opinions, if not already done so.
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Well I'm actually a newbee at these upgrades but just reading up on these, I see they use what they call, "Wheel Hop Reduction" that apparently is an upgraded upper control arm bracket. I would be inclined to check in the Roush section of the forum for opinions, if not already done so.

Jounce bumper is what was installed never seen anything mentioned about the arms


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Decided on nitto!!! But not on wheel size

Your car has it. I've talked with many Roush reps when I bought mine. They were adamant that every genuine Roush mustang, stage 2 and up, has the wheel hop reduction kit installed before leaving their factory.
Take for what it's worth. I don't know their limit, but someone else might know. One way to find out, if you have it, is jack the car up and look.


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Your car has it. I've talked with many Roush reps when I bought mine. They were adamant that every genuine Roush mustang, stage 2 and up, has the wheel hop reduction kit installed before leaving their factory.
Take for what it's worth. I don't know their limit, but someone else might know. One way to find out, if you have it, is jack the car up and look.


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Unfortunately I'm not able to take a look right now since the car has been covered and tucked away for the winter. I wanna take it out so bad👿


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Decided on nitto!!! But not on wheel size

You have a long way until spring arrives. Maybe do that take down the road then put it back up.


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Talked to an employee at AM today. Told him about what I'm trying to do as far as wheel/tire setup. He was saying with a 19x10 wheel that I could put a tire as wide as 315. It sounds too wide for that rim size. I thought the rim would have to be at least an 11. Is he right? Also he said as far as my car isn't lowered more than 1 1/2 inch I won't rub.


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I have 285 35 on my 19x10 and they could easily be wider. And my car is lowered 1.25" and it's not even close to rubbing. A lot of that depends on the offset as far as the rubbing goes.
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I have 285 35 on my 19x10 and they could easily be wider. And my car is lowered 1.25" and it's not even close to rubbing. A lot of that depends on the offset as far as the rubbing goes.

Why is there such a debate on whether traction depends on width or sidewall? What do u think?


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Why is there such a debate on whether traction depends on width or sidewall? What do u think?


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I think it can matter. But it's all relevant to the width of the tread and the wheel it's on.
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Talked to an employee at AM today. Told him about what I'm trying to do as far as wheel/tire setup. He was saying with a 19x10 wheel that I could put a tire as wide as 315. It sounds too wide for that rim size. I thought the rim would have to be at least an 11. Is he right? Also he said as far as my car isn't lowered more than 1 1/2 inch I won't rub.


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You could but it's too wide for the rim. It'll bulge on the sidewall and result actually less contact patch touching the road. For a 10" rim it can fit a true 285 perfectly or maybe a 295 depending on brand. But a 305 should be on a 10.5-11" rim and a 315 needs a 11" or you'll bulge too much on the sidewall and center of the tire.


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You could but it's too wide for the rim. It'll bulge on the sidewall and result actually less contact patch touching the road. For a 10" rim it can fit a true 285 perfectly or maybe a 295 depending on brand. But a 305 should be on a 10.5-11" rim and a 315 needs a 11" or you'll bulge too much on the sidewall and center of the tire.


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Nah, a 315 is fine on a 10.5" wide rim. I'm putting 315/35/17 Mickeys on a 17x10.5 rim and it'll fit great. I had that same setup on my blue 98 with Nittos and they were actually too narrow. Nitto 315s are more like a 285 or 295 in "normal" size. So actually a 315 Nitto on a 19x10" rim will likely fit perfect if he can find the right size in 19" diameter.
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Nah, a 315 is fine on a 10.5" wide rim. I'm putting 315/35/17 Mickeys on a 17x10.5 rim and it'll fit great. I had that same setup on my blue 98 with Nittos and they were actually too narrow. Nitto 315s are more like a 285 or 295 in "normal" size. So actually a 315 Nitto on a 19x10" rim will likely fit perfect if he can find the right size in 19" diameter.

Ahh yeah true. Forgot about Nitto. They do run a size or two smaller


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[ATTACH]195224[/ATTACH this is what I'm going with. Matte black 19x11. I originally wanted 18s but since 18s width don't come I'm 11 I'm going with 19s and I'm going with MT tires . Like to get 315/40/19


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Unfortunately it won't be till April since its put away. When it comes out I'm doing wheels, calipers in yellow and the decklid. As far as exterior mod that might be the only thing I do.


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[ATTACH]195224[/ATTACH this is what I'm going with. Matte black 19x11. I originally wanted 18s but since 18s width don't come I'm 11 I'm going with 19s and I'm going with MT tires . Like to get 315/40/19


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What size on the front?
Are you saying "MT" tires as in Mickey Thompson? I didn't see where they come in the size you want.
Did you determine that the 315 width, in the tire of your choice, would fit okay with these +56 offset wheels you're buying?
Just want to make sure you're going to be okay.
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What size on the front?

Are you saying "MT" tires as in Mickey Thompson? I didn't see where they come in the size you want.

Did you determine that the 315 width, in the tire of your choice, would fit okay with these +56 offset wheels you're buying?

Just want to make sure you're going to be okay.

This is all new to me. I know that what I want😀. Are you telling me there's a chance it won't fit?


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Well I don't have any first hand experience but from what I've read here so far, I'm not convinced. The best I read was depending on the offset.
Also, I assume you're not planing the same size on the front. I don't think you've said. I just a cautious guy.
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Well I don't have any first hand experience but from what I've read here so far, I'm not convinced. The best I read was depending on the offset.

Also, I assume you're not planing the same size on the front. I don't think you've said. I just a cautious guy.

No the front is 19x9 265or 275/35/19


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I see American Muscle wheel/tire kits appear to go up to ...
(2) 19x9 Matte Black Forgestar F14 Wheels
(2) 19x11 Matte Black Forgestar F14 Wheels
(2) 255/40-19 NITTO Ultra-High Performance INVO Tire
(2) 305/30-19 NITTO Ultra-High Performance INVO Tire

With the front wheels having less offset, probably to avoid the inboard steering linkage.
Not saying you're not okay but I just don't have a nice cozy feeling about it, so far.LOL
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I didn't c that AM has MTs that are 315s for 19s but I can't c why I can't find them elsewhere


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Yeah, the 19x9 have the 35 offset. that sounds much better.
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I see American Muscle wheel/tire kits appear to go up to ...

(2) 19x9 Matte Black Forgestar F14 Wheels

(2) 19x11 Matte Black Forgestar F14 Wheels

(2) 255/40-19 NITTO Ultra-High Performance INVO Tire

(2) 305/30-19 NITTO Ultra-High Performance INVO Tire


With the front wheels having less offset, probably to avoid the inboard steering linkage.

Not saying you're not okay but I just don't have a nice cozy feeling about it, so far.LOL
These are questions I'm gonna ask. I don't quite understand how the numbers work when U talk about offset but in get the idea


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I sure you can find them but probably not 315/40. More likely...315/35, which would give you about a 27.68 diameter tire.
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Actually 25.6 diameter for a 315 but it looks like it comes for a 17 wheel only. So 315/35r/17


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