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Hey guys! im new here but definitely not new to auto forums. im currently shopping around for a mustang GT. i have one in mind and hopefully will be getting it soon. my question is im looking at some rota grids and i really like the look of these wheels. my question is do you think this offset will clear the brembo option? i've tried searching and i haven't found anything. here is a pic for reference. im sure this is not everyones cup of tea but hopefully i can find some answers here. thanks in advance
It's tough to see but I'm going with no. Someone smarter than I will hopefully answer, but I know the Brembo's will not clear my OEM California Special wheels. I was at a shop who had some really good priced Brembo take offs & we measured - no way they would work. Those wheels look just as tight.
Regardless - best of luck in your GT search!
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