Check out this other threadHas anyone done this before and is it recommended? Or should I stick to 20x10 and 20x10.5. I have a 18 Mustang GT PP and was worried about clearances. Hoping to do 285/35/20 tires all around.
Thank you sir. Tires are Michelin Pilot super sports in 295/35 on the front and 305/35 on the rear. PP2 wheel offsets are +24 and +48 respectivelyYour ride looks great! what are the tire specs? I'm hoping to avoid tire stretch like what you have those as I like a more flat look.
Also I just realized, PP2 look pretty great without being "true square" Does anyone know the PP2 offsets?
Wheel width is what affects the “stretch” of the tire. But all tires are different, so the tire brand and size will have an affect on it as well. Michelin Pilot super sports have a large rim protector so the stretch seems more aggressive than it really is. The general consensus is that a 285 is a bit small for a 10.5” wheel but I’ve seen a 285 Bridgestone Potenza mounted on an 11” wheel and it fit quite nicely. Unfortunately, all tires are not created equalOkay interesting. If i was going to go 20x10.5 285/35/20, would that mean I would get much more tire stretch? I'm not sure if going larger rims, does it correlates to tires stretching?
Depends on the tire. Tire specs will say what the minimum width wheel is for that specific model. Typically a 255 is square, 265 is ok, and a 275 is the limit if you like the bulged look. Autocrossers will run some 285s on 19x9” wheels, but they’re a little weird in the head, and that might not work at all on those 20s.This thread got me to thinking, what is the largest tire I could safely run on my stock Foundry 20X9 wheels?
The factory tires are 265-35-20 and I was thinking of going to 275-35-20 because in the Conti EC DWS06 the larger tire is actually almost $100 a tire cheaper with the same performance specs.Depends on the tire. Tire specs will say what the minimum width wheel is for that specific model. Typically a 255 is square, 265 is ok, and a 275 is the limit if you like the bulged look. Autocrossers will run some 285s on 19x9” wheels, but they’re a little weird in the head, and that might not work at all on those 20s.
Yeah a 10” ET35 wheel with a 285 is a good square combo. I’d have to check if the 35 aspect ratio is correct, but that sounds right.Would you say I should run 20x10 all around in 285/35/20? I'm trying to run a setup without any spacers or any other adjustment pieces.