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Old 07-10-2016, 01:57 PM   #1
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With Steeda progressive springs and no camber plates, can I get 20 in wheels with 255/35/20s on the front and 295/35/20 on the back. The front wheels have a 32 mm offset and the back has a 45mm offset. Do I need camber plates or can I just get an alignment?


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What is the width of the wheels you plan to use on the front?

I have heard of 10.5" wide with less offset than what you mention.
The tire size you mention shouldn't give any issues, its the width and the offset that are the issue. In any case if you have the wheels already. Mount one on the car without the tire and check for the clearance of the brake caliper, and the strut.
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The front wheel is a 20x9 and the back is 20x10.5. It says it has a backspacing of 6.26 in the front and 7.52 in the rear. I don't what that means though. I don't have the wheels yet. I just want to make sure before I buy them.


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Those wheels should fit fine and won't give you any issues provided they clear the front brake calipers. If they are listed as fitting the S550 Mustang you shouldn't need to realign the car nor will you need caster/camber plates.

Here is a diagram explaining the wheel dimensions:
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Those wheels should fit fine and won't give you any issues provided they clear the front brake calipers. If they are listed as fitting the S550 Mustang you shouldn't need to realign the car nor will you need caster/camber plates.

Here is a diagram explaining the wheel dimensions:

Thanks Road Dog. It's good to get educated on this stuff. I am pretty knowledgeable under the hood but I could really use some suspension help. Thanks again.


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