11 Inch wide wheels that fit stock?

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    At $300 a copy I can buy a new Ford hub and ARP studs and be $100 ahead.
     
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    Only $175 at Rock Auto.
     
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    Hmmm, I'm surprised you have rub. 295/35R19? It is a bit wide for that wheel, but not crazy. I have rub near full lock with 275/40R19 fronts, but that's because they're so tall.
     
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    Yes sir. My mechanic verified it. I wanted to make sure nothing was in danger of being damaged.
     
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    #20 shogun32, Jan 6, 2020
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    Have to use the GT350R hubs to get the right length studs: FR3Z-1109-A (list for about $362 each). That’s why the Moog parts are a better deal.
    On the other hand, the CJ parts appear to be a good deal. Looks like they took the stock hub and added ARP studs.
     
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    Are the R hubs a direct replacement on a GT? How much longer are the studs compared to OEM and ARPs?
     
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    ARP come in +0.5 (net 3") and +1" (net 3.5"). The 'R' are of the +1" variety. If your wheels are ET50+ then you need the 1" length. My wheel setup I'm only going to use 0.5" spacers so electing to go with the shorter combo.
     
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    Agree. To use a square set up, have to use a 1” spacer. So the longer studs would be better. The Moog part is the right solution for that set up. And the price is about the same compared to the CJ kit anyway.
     
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    Thanks, so the
    What's the part number for the Moog unit? And does it come with studs or I have to press them in myself?
     
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    What's the part number for the Moog unit? And does it come with studs or I have to press them in myself?[/QUOTE]
    Moog part #513405
    It comes fully ready to install. Need one for each side. You will note that it even has a Ford Part number on it. ACA5DACD-4EEE-48B3-BFAB-93441996AD20.jpeg
     
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    Going with apex ec-7 18"x10 thanks for your help guys
     
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    #28 Grintch, Jan 14, 2020
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    So
    Moog part #513405
    It comes fully ready to install. Need one for each side. You will note that it even has a Ford Part number on it. [/QUOTE]

    So its essentially just standard hubs with long studs? Still need the big spacers?

    Also, from a "fitting stock" standpoint, isn't tire poke a issue with 11" wheels and 305s unless you run 2+ degress of camber to tuck in the top of the tires under the fender?
     
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    So its essentially just standard hubs with long studs? Still need the big spacers?[/QUOTE]
    Correct. Need the spacers if using a square set up. Remove the spacer to put the stock front wheels back on.
     
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    and open lug nuts!
     
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