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- Nov 13, 2019
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- Sonora, CA
- _______ '20 Shelby GT500 FPB '21 Mach-E GTPE IS
I like your setup. Where did you get it? Vendor/retailer?
I think you should keep at least 3/8" space between the inner sidewall and front strut. That said, my wheel is a 20"x9" ET32 and if you want to run a 10" wheel up front, that is roughly an additional 25mm. The 275's on a 10" wheel will be slightly more stretched than on a 9" wheel so the sidewall will not protrude as much. If you went with a 20 offset, this would keep the inner sidewall about the same 3/8" while the tire will stick out about 1". Again, this all has to do with the brand tire and it's sidewall profile but that is what I would do. Since you want a square setup, with the rear also having an offset of 20, that tire will have a poke of about 1/2" less than the front.thank you for your input, any thoughts on what offset should be used if I go with the 10” square setup. I read your not a fan of the poke but I don’t mind as much as the look would be more agresive unless you think I’ll have problems with rubbing.
Now, the issue I could see with that much of a poke both front and rear is if you had the car loaded down with passengers and luggage and you went over a large bump in the road, your tires will definitely hit the top of the wheel lip moulding. Maybe you are the only one ever in the car and in that case it would be ok, but something you need to think about.