Thank you...noob here...offset.
Here's a tutorial for those who are not yet educated on the subject matter.
The only downside is the car can follow grooves on the highway a little easier when the tires get old. That, and the common 305/30 sized tires are a little shorter and wont fill the fender as well as a 295/35.
this one is a GT so the wider 350 front fenders do a little better job covering the tires.
305/30 is a better fit, but the real reason is that the sticky 200TW tire I needed to run did not come in 305/35R19, its an uncommon size actually. Most have 305/30R19 tho.So why not go 305/35 front tires ? I wish I had not seen this thread, been thinking about 11' rims up front. Will need the Ford, PP2 rim to have a match
That's not accurate by my experience.the problem with 200TW is on the street they don't get hot enough to actually work.