Feedback on 6GR wheels 19 or 20

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Hi looking to go 19 or 20 6GR wheels 5spoke. Anyone has them on stock suspension? Looking to get Ford performance lowering springs later down the road.. any pics

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Thank you! They do look good.. what size tire your running 285 and 325
 

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Thank you! They do look good.. what size tire your running 285 and 325
Square 19x10s, so 285/35 front and rear. No complaints, wheels are good quality and the satin black finish has held up well for the 4.5 years I've owned them.
 

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Bad lighting in first pic but 6gr 19x10 front on 275 40 19 mps4s and rear 19x11.5 on nto5r in 305 35 r19. Looking at 325 30 r19 mps4s or 345 30 19 mpss to replace reat tires. Car looks way better lowered on 1 inch springs

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Nice is that gloss or satin black? How does it look on stock suspension? Looking to lower it later with Ford performance springs. I like the 19 since it’s lighter. If it’s lowered on 325 is there any issues?
 

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I have the 7 spoke wheels on mine. 19x10 with 275/35 front, 19x11 with 305/35 rear, Michelin Pilot Sport tires, BMR lowering springs. I may soon get them swapped for Ford Performance springs as the the higher rear stance on my car has bugged me for a while now.

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Nice setup. Are you running any spacers?
No spacers. I should add, most aftermarket wheels will have around the same backspacing and offset to make it flush with the fenders, but kinda stick out at the bottom. So the moment you get new wheels and tires, I highly recommend ordering paint protection vinyl film that’s cut out to fit the area in front of the rear wheels. That part of the body will get trashed real quick by road debris/rocks.
 
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Nice setup. Are you running any spacers?
Sometimes I run a 5mm front spacer because I run more than typical front camber and have some extra fender clearance from that.
 

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I have the 7 spoke wheels on mine. 19x10 with 275/35 front, 19x11 with 305/35 rear, Michelin Pilot Sport tires, BMR lowering springs. I may soon get them swapped for Ford Performance springs as the the higher rear stance on my car has bugged me for a while now.

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What is the offset? I like your set up, looks nice.
 

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@NightmareMoon did you need to play with offsets or are they standard? Any poke front or rear?
Not really. I think its marginal poke in the rear for stock alignments, but I'm running a bit of track camber back there so they fit really well.

On the front its really good for stock alignments. I actually run so much front camber I run an extra spacer on the front to get more flush.
 

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