I don't see a problem with winter tyres, there's Michelin Pilot Alpin PA4 in both 255/40 and 275/40 R19. I'll get another set of wheels for these winter tyres.
There's also Nokian WR Snowproof P, Goodyear UltraGrip Performance+ or Pirelli SottoZero III in both sizes so plenty to choose from.
305/30 or 315/30 R19 don't exist for winter tyres here and I wouldn't want to run those widths on those great looking HP wheels in winter anyway, best to get a separate set of wheels with regular tyre sizes for winter.
I would never recommend all-season tyres to anyone, they're mediocre for summer and not great for winter either (but that depends on the kind of winter you have, no snow or ice like in Florida could be fine for all-season).
This is high performance car and it deserves high performance tyres, best for the best
Today’s A/S tires are far superior to ones from 5-10 years ago. Good enough, in fact, for Chevrolet to make them the standard tire on the C8. I had AS3+ on my 15’ and they were just fine. Now, you are correct if you live in the snow belt and need dedicated winter tires. Then separate wheels & tires would be best.I would never recommend all-season tyres to anyone, they're mediocre for summer and not great for winter either
Silly question: the non HP picture above where there is a large gap between the tire and the fender... I have seen that there are orange shipping blocks that if not removed will cause that increased space. Just saying...Look at the tyre to guard gap on the non HP car below with with standard 27 inch front and 27.7 inch rear tyre diameters.
Now look at the the tyre to guard gap on the HP model below, with 26.2 front and 26.4 rear tyre diameter. The wheel to guard gap has closed yet the wheel diameter has shrunk by nearly an inch on the front wheel and over an inch on the back wheel.
The gap to guard should have increased on the HP version and that is clearly not the case and its not just this photo its a similar story with other pics of the HP model.
I hope I'm wrong and there is only once set of springs for both models, but I'm certainly not convinced.
True - but better than PP2 wheels that are 35-36 lbs. - hence then reason I went with NES FG-08s on my PP2. The Mach 1 deserves good rims - this should be the first "mod" on a M1.31 and 33lbs? Gross.
Any decent aftermarket wheel is in the low 20s for similar sizes. Although it's about the norm with Ford wheels.
Do you think the production rims will weigh the same?Thought you guys would like these. 2021 mustang Mach 1 wheels w/(handling package) These are function Prototypes. These are made in the US!
Things I know,
Front rim 19x10.5 24 mm
Weight est 33 lbs /Need to remove tire
Rear rim 19x11 et 52.5 mm
Weight 31 lbs
No. Two, maybe.Silly question, if you buy another set of wheels and tires for the cold weather, how do you get the four tires to the shop to swap them? Will four tires fit in the trunk?
Never heard of tire bags. Do you know who sells them?No. Two, maybe.
If you store the off-season set in tire bags there's no reason you couldn't throw a couple of them in the back seat. Even if all you have is an old blanket, you'll be fine using the back seat.
Many people just do this job themselves. But if you have to have a shop do this, you could make two trips.
Was looking more into the upgraded magnetic painted base model wheels and it appears that may actually be closer to the Ecoboost Handling Package wheels, which are this style and 9.5 F/ R, than the PP2 wheels, which are 10.5 front / 11.0 rear.This is never advisable. Different tire compounds can really throw off the handling of a car. Recommendation would be to buy a separate set of wheels/tires for low temperature driving.