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Old 09-15-2013, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default Widest tires for '13 GT?

I recently bought a '13 GT and want to upgrade the stock 245-45-19s. I'm planning on replacing wheels as well as tires. I don't care if the front are the same size as the rears. I'd be ok with 19's on the front and 20's on the back. I was thinking something around a 325-30-20 on the back and 275-40-19 for the front because these are close to the stock diameter. Will these work on an otherwise stock '13 GT? What offset should I get for the wheels? Anyone have experience running tires around these sizes?
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Old 09-23-2013, 07:18 PM   #2
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I just posted up the Official Forgestar Wheel Gallery Thread With my fitment wheels. On the rear I have 20x11 with a 315/35/20. I know it's oversized by about 5%, but I rub on the outside fender, and on the inside fender liner (the felt stuff that covers the sheet metal). If I were to do it all over again since they stick outside the fenders a bit, I would probably go off and find a 305 with tire so that it doesn't have any issues. That's the absolute max I would recommend if you're lowered as much as I am. Check out those pictures on that thread though, you'll see
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