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Thanks for the help wmfateam, what size tire did you have on the front and back? The ones I have are 275 in the front and 285 in the rear. Would there be an issue if the tire sticks out past the fender??
It's been lowered 1inch also, would my wheels/tire combo fit on this 2007 Mustang GT?
Very cool! I like love that color on the 05-09 Mustangs. What are your plans for that beast besides wheels?
Your wheels will fit on the S197 GT you're looking at for sure. However, the rear offset on a 05-09 Mustang is +45 compared to the +30 offset of a New Edge. If you run a spacer of some sort you shouldn't have any offset issues.
People have ran S197 Wheels on New Edges and vise versa before in the past so I don't see a problem with it. You'll just have to test fit them and see how they look.
They came right off a GT500, so it was 285 in the rear and 255 in the front. If it sticks out pass the fender, you just run the possibility of rubbing the tire on the fender on like speed bumps or if you get body roll in a hard turn. I would wait till someone post a picture of there set up or try to google a picture. But like Dan from AM said, people have done it in the past. Just make sure it looks good to you and clears.
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