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I'm looking to get new wheels for my mustang gt, been looking at MMR m350 and project6gr ten wheels. I'm currently on stock suspension but will eventually change it out to ford track pack. I don't want to worry about rubbing or performance issues. What do you guys recommend and what sizes as well.

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I'm looking to get new wheels for my mustang gt, been looking at MMR m350 and project6gr ten wheels. I'm currently on stock suspension but will eventually change it out to ford track pack. I don't want to worry about rubbing or performance issues. What do you guys recommend and what sizes as well.

Thank you in advance
You shouldn't have any fitment issues with either one since they're designed with appropriate offsets for these cars. Size depends on personal preference and goals for the car. Square setups have handling advantages and can be rotated, but the staggered look is popular.

19x10 square or 19x10/11 staggered are common, as are 20x10 or 20x10/11. The 20s can have disadvantages (heavier weight, lower profile tires), but many prefer the look.
 
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You shouldn't have any fitment issues with either one since they're designed with appropriate offsets for these cars. Size depends on personal preference and goals for the car. Square setups have handling advantages and can be rotated, but the staggered look is popular.

19x10 square or 19x10/11 staggered are common, as are 20x10 or 20x10/11. The 20s can have disadvantages (heavier weight, lower profile tires), but many prefer the look.

Would the MRR m350 wheels set flush? the offset is a lil different than the project6gr wheels?
 

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Would the MRR m350 wheels set flush? the offset is a lil different than the project6gr wheels?
What are the offsets of the m350s?
 

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I think they are 40 front and 55 for the rear
35 and 50 will sit a little more flush, although 55 is probably OK for an 11 inch rear. It's common to use a 5mm slip on spacer in the front with +40 offset wheels. Can't go bigger than that without needing extended studs.
 
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The project6gr are 35 ad 50. with the ford track pack I won't experience any rubbing if the suspension is compressed?
 

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The project6gr are 35 ad 50. with the ford track pack I won't experience any rubbing if the suspension is compressed?
No you should not as long as the front tires are no wider than 285.
 

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what do you think about 275/35/19 front and 325/30/19 rear
More of a drag race look, eh? You'll need 9 or 9 1/2 fronts and 11 " rears, or you could bump up the fronts to 285 or 295 with 10 or 10 1/2" wheels for more of a road racer vibe. If you're not track attacking curves, 275 are fine, it's as big as the rears on everything but the HP Mach 1 or a GT500. Then it's all about offsets, whether you want inset, even or poke.

Apex Racing makes some really nice wheels and their fitment page can give you some ideas.
 

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This is 19x10 front 19x11 rear wheel and tire kit from lmr no rubbing at all. I’m on eibach sport line springs

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what do you think about 275/35/19 front and 325/30/19 rear
I prefer square setups myself but there shouldn't be any fitment issues. 325 would fit better on a wider wheel but will still be ok on an 11.
 

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This is 19x10 front 19x11 rear wheel and tire kit from lmr no rubbing at all. I’m on eibach sport line springs

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Tire sizes please? If it's R355 staggered kit, those should be 305/35/19 rear & 285/35/19 front. Is that correct?
 

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Tire sizes please? If it's R355 staggered kit, those should be 305/35/19 rear & 285/35/19 front. Is that correct?
yes that’s rights
 

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Our 19x10 +40 and 19x11 +55 M350 fit fine in gloss black or gunmetal finish.. Spacers seem to always make it to this forum, but honestly, we made them specifically for the Mustang..... Bolt them on and enjoy.
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