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Some of the vendor websites have a way of overlaying various wheels on pictures of your car's year/make/model. If you've done exterior mods, it won't be exact, but it'll still give you a pretty good idea.
Or you could do the same thing yourself with pictures of your car and pictures of the wheels scaled to suit.
FWIW, I'd probably pick silver or chrome in that order, or perhaps silver, matte or gunmetal (what your car's spokes appear to be), chrome. Not black with that white "M U S T A N G" stripe and the tri-bar.
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'08 GT/5MT (mine)
'10 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT/6MT (hers)
'01 Maxima 20AE/5MT (spare, my occasional winter driver)
'95 626/V6/5MT (still in the family but not at this address)
These are 18"x9" rims with Nitto 555s- 245/50R18 tires
2012 Mustang Premium 6 speed Manual
Starkey Fog Lights
5 spoke chrome American Muscle 18" x 9" wheels
Nitto 255/45ZR18 Tires
H&R Sport Front and Rear Sway Bar
J&M lower control arms
TMI adjustable tilt headrests
Gaslock LED Shift Knob
Shelby door subs
Sony 200W amp
2009 Solstice GXP Turbo
2013 F150 XLT 4X4
Last edited by Chromeshadow; 09-11-2013 at 07:03 AM.
45 and 40 are aspect ratios, it defines how tall the sidewall is compared to the tire width, so if you have 285/40, the sidewall height is 40% of 285mm, so 114mm or about 4.49", on a 255/45, the sidewall height is 45% of 255mm, so 114.75mm or about 4.52"... so you're telling me you can eyeball a difference of 3 hundredths of an inch?
Upon further review it looks like AMs staggered pachages use 275/40 on the 10's and so the difference of about 1/5" in sidewall height may be noticeable.
275/40 and 255/45 is a noticeable difference, yes.
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