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Old 08-21-2015, 03:54 PM   #1
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I would like to put 275x35x18 in the front. I have an 04 GT with Eibach Sportline lowing springs. I have 245x40x18 right now and 275x35x18 in rear by Continental. I don't like the stance and will put 295 in rear. Will the fronts rub when turning? Thanks, Ed.
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I run 275 fronts I'm sitting pretty low, I don't rub at all
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I run 275 fronts I'm sitting pretty low, I don't rub at all
Thanks for your input, Ed.
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I have stock springs and the 275s only rub when the steering wheel is at a left or right lock (all the way).
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The big question in that setup will be if you are running the correct wheel backspace. If so, then no problems. What wheels are you running?
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The big question in that setup will be if you are running the correct wheel backspace. If so, then no problems. What wheels are you running?
I have the American Racing Torq Thrust in the Anthracite, 18x9 in front and 18x10 in the rear. Thanks, Ed
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Being built to fit a 94-04 mustang, the backspace will be correct.
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Being built to fit a 94-04 mustang, the backspace will be correct.
I appreciate your help. Thanks, Ed.
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