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you give me a TROLL vibe after reviewing your posts. Your posts make no sense - usually off topic. And you keep trying to embed the following link on every post using Lytebox and hidden class on ALL your posts...
Gun Metal Forgestar F14's, 20x9 up front with 255/35/20's & 20x11 out back with 305/30/20's.
Rims came from AmericanMuscle.com & Tires came from Tirerack.com. Both were fantastic to do business with!!
2012 BOSS 302
1 of 67 (Car Cover, Floor Mats, No Recaros) #0614 of 3250 (Overall)
20x9 & 20x11 Gloss Black Forgrstar F14's l 255/35/20 & 305/30/20 Pirelli P-Zero Tires l Eibach Sportlines l BMR Adjustable Panhard Bar l MMD Hood Struts l Shorty Antenna (AntennaX.com) l Sound Pipe Delete (CoolTechLLC.com)
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Somebody needs to clue this old guy what "concave" refers to when we're talking about wheels. All I know is what it takes to fit (or mostly fit) wide wheels. Beyond that, I haven't ever tried to describe the wheels.
Anyhoo, I do have an update . . .
Previous 3-season, autocross, and track day setup: 255/45-18 Goodyear Asymmetrics on 18 x 9.5 x ET+45 SVT/GT500 wheels.
New track day setup: 285/35-18 Michelin Pilot Super Sports on 18 x 11 Forgestar wheels (front and rear). The tread is entirely under the sheetmetal, but there isn't even 1mm of offset to spare on the strut side to tuck them in any further (I ended up making an 0.025" thick spacer - that's 1/40 inch, not a mis-type - to eliminate a rub).
'08 GT coupe, 5M, wheels, tires, pads, fluid, a few suspension mods . . . and still not lowered
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