345 Rear Tires and 285 Front?

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I'm almost completely ignorant on all of this and really need some guidance. I saw a custom shop posting a couple builds running 345/30/19's in the back and something like 285's in the front and it looked SO good and I really want to achieve that look. Would you guys recommend that on a daily driver car or will it interfere with the ride quality a whole lot and be super uncomfortable? Will it require fender rolling and do you recommend doing that to a fairly new car? Is that too big of a size difference on the front compared to the back and will it understeer horribly? Can I go wider in the front like 305's? Or is that asinine and stupid? I love that big meaty chunky wide look and really don't want it to look like just another s550 like all the others on the road running 305's in the rear, however I also care about performance and putting the power down to the road. That being said I know you need a camber adjustment to accommodate these sizes. Is it too much of an adjustment and will it cause too much wear and tear to be worth it? Will it be pointless to run this wide with a little camber because it won't put down the power as well as the standard sizes? Really need some help. I do plan on going with the Eibach Pro lowering springs as well. If I'm going to spend 4,000-5,000 on parts alone I want it to be what I want.

 

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I'm running 305/35/19 rear, 285/35/19 front to keep overall diameter within 1% of stock.
Wheels are project6gr "Sevens", 19x10 +35 frt and 19x11 +50 rear.
Front and rear are flush with fenders, no poke, no tuck.
No bulge of sidewall, no stretch either.
Nitto NT555G2 all around.
They hook like crazy!
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I'm running 305/35/19 rear, 285/35/19 front to keep overall diameter within 1% of stock.
Wheels are project6gr "Sevens", 19x10 +35 frt and 19x11 +50 rear.
Front and rear are flush with fenders, no poke, no tuck.
No bulge of sidewall, no stretch either.
Nitto NT555G2 all around.
They hook like crazy!
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Looks good! Spacer on front?
 

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I know what pics ur prolly referring to. I was debating the same. I went with 325/30 rear and 285/35 front. And it’s perfect. Trying to find a decent pic of mine that shows it.

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I know what pics ur prolly referring to. I was debating the same. I went with 325/30 rear and 285/35 front. And it’s perfect. Trying to find a decent pic of mine that shows it.

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Got to get us a pic of the rear width of the tires. Let us see that ass.
 

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Not any good ones on my phone. This all I have. Doesn’t do em justice. Had to mess with em a lil to not be so shadowed

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I know what pics ur prolly referring to. I was debating the same. I went with 325/30 rear and 285/35 front. And it’s perfect. Trying to find a decent pic of mine that shows it.

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Looks really good, but man I NEED that thiccness poking out past the fender a little. Looks so good I want it man.
 

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No no. I get it. I didn’t wanna risk the rub when she squats on throttle.
 

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325/30-19 Pilot Sport A/S 4 & 275/35-19 Pilot Sport A/S 3+
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This ones at a weird angle which is why the poke looks a bit off.
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No no. I get it. I didn’t wanna risk the rub when she squats on throttle.
So I've seen a lot of people who claim they have zero issues, are they lying for the hype? lol like I said I'm really ignorant on all this.
 

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So I've seen a lot of people who claim they have zero issues, are they lying for the hype? lol like I said I'm really ignorant on all this.
Nah. You may be fine but I’m on BMR drag springs n full suspension. I had a slight rub with stock wheels and spacers. But now at close to 1k whp. Plus I got a good deal on my 325’s
 

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You guys must love understeering cars or only care about look and not handling
The Mustang is a front heavy car with terminal understeer ( except for shelby or PP2)
305 squared set up is what give handling (and look)
 
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325/30/19's poke bit,
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But 315/50/17 Street R's poke more!
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