11 Inch wide wheels that fit stock?

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    Looking for a list of wheels that can fit 11 inch wide in the front. I'm looking to do a 305 square set up. Not looking to elongate any studs or put any in. Stuff that just bolts up to the stock studs.
     
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    there are lots of 11" fitment threads already.
    If you don't want to change studs then "by definition" you won't be running a "square" setup as the term is typically used.
    19x11 et24 and 19x11 et50+ are not unusual.
     
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    thanks for providing offsets.
     
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    +24 and +50 is what I'm doing. I'm doing 305 RE71Rs as a track only setup and I'll just flip the tires since I can't rotate them normally.
     
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    Saw apex wheels had something also, looking into that currently. Thanks for providing your set up.
     
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    @Biggsy has the APEX SM-10 in +26 and +52 and it worked great. Maybe he can chime in.

    That would've been my ideal but I settled for MRR M600.
     
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    Is there a huge difference in time from like maybe a 10 inch rim running a 285 vs an 11 inch set up running a 305?
     
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    It's pretty variable, but there is definitely significant laptime out there, all else equal. Perhaps a second or two, depending on the course. The wider fronts will allow you to lean on the car much harder on corner entry in particular. In addition to being faster, it'll be more fun and rewarding to drive.
     
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    On a car that was already setup pretty well, I didn't really drop much time going from 285 RE71R to 305. It wasn't a huge change in grip, the 285s were already fast. Delta was less than the margin or driver error and weather conditions I guess. 305s weren't slower :) and definitely felt great compared to worn 285s

    Yeah APEX SM-10 would be a good wheel to use for a bolt-on 11" front and rear setup.
     
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    Interesting, all the rims ive seen that support an 11 up front without modification are ugly to me. Ill keep looking and possibly consider extending the front studs an inch with the arp ones.
     
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    Apex SM-10, MRR M600?
     
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    I'd love to get wider in the front but with my current wheels, I'm already getting rub at the extreme end of travel on my 19x10's with 295's. I can't imagine how bad 19x11's with 305 would be. Probably be very difficult to do u-turns.

    Though realize my car is lowered about 3/4". Stock height may not have this issue.
     
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    What offset?
     
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    I highly recommend going to a true square set up (front and rear rims & tires are identical). All you have to do is change the front hubs using this Moog part #513405. It’s a simple 4 bolt remove & replace. Changing the studs alone is too much trouble (I tried and messed up the hubs, and those ARP studs are expensive!).
    You will note when you get the Moog part it has a Ford Part number on it, so they may be the supplier for Ford.
    I use the Apex wheels 19x11” square set up for true rotating capability. I use 305-30x19 SC2 tires.
    https://www.apexraceparts.com/wheels/ec-7-wheels/19x11-et52-apex-ec-7-mustang-wheel.html
     
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    35. They are the M600 wheels from MRR. Never had an issue until I lowered the car. Even then, it isn't a huge deal as it happens at the very end of travel.
     
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