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Old 09-19-2013, 10:15 AM   #1
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Need help, will these wheels fit? 2013 v6

Ok I may be buying some rims with the following dimensions.

Number of Bolts: 5
Rim Material: Alloy
Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3
Rim Width: 20x8.5 & 20x10
Hub Bore: 70.6
Rim Diameter: 18
Rim Structure: One Piece
Offset: +30mm & +43mm

Will these fit a 2013 mustang V6 or did I just shoot myself in the foot.

Also if they do fit, what sort of tire am I going to want to put on em?
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Ok I may be buying some rims with the following dimensions.

Number of Bolts: 5
Rim Material: Alloy
Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3
Rim Width: 20x8.5 & 20x10
Hub Bore: 70.6
Rim Diameter: 18
Rim Structure: One Piece
Offset: +30mm & +43mm

Will these fit a 2013 mustang V6 or did I just shoot myself in the foot.

Also if they do fit, what sort of tire am I going to want to put on em?
So are they 20"s or 18"s? It's easiest if you know what they came off of. My guess is that they will fit. The most common tire combos are 245/45 or /40 fronts and 285/40 or /35 rears.
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they are 20's, and from what I hear if you dont put the right tire size it will put your speedometer off
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they are 20's, and from what I hear if you dont put the right tire size it will put your speedometer off
That's true because different tires may have different revolutions per mile, which will throw the speedometer off. It's all based off of your rear wheels too. Find out what the revs per mile are for your stock wheels and see if there's a tire with similar revs per mile that will fit the rear wheels you're looking at buying. Your speedometer may still be slightly off, but it should be easily manageable.
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