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  1. Boogiestang
    07-22-2012 08:16 PM
    No my car has the stock springs and to be honest with this tire size you don't have room to lower it without hitting the fenders. I just like the rake of the bigger taller tires. Maybe I am old school but I think it looks cool as long as its not to major of a difference
  2. ShelbyUSMC
    01-28-2012 01:44 PM
    I seen that you were running 295/35r20 in the rear opposed to the suggested 285/30
    My question is, is your car lowered and if so how much in the rear. I have an 08 gt500 I'm running 275/35r20 now and plan on using a eibach sport sspring set up that will lower it 1.7 in the rear I want to run 295 but not sure if it would fit

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    Year, Make, Model
    2005 GT
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    5 speed
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