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  1. King_Sn8k

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    Hello everyone,

    I’m new to the community. Recently picked up a 2020 GT350 after owning a 2018 GT.

    The question that I have pertains to wheel fitment.

    I came across the XXR 530’s and was wondering if anyone might have some input if they may fit a GT350. Fitment isn’t my forte.

    I found an image of a GT350R wide-body with a set of wheels that looks kind of like the XXR 530’s (see below attached)

    The wheels I’m looking at are 19*8.75 in +35 offset.

    Appreciate any feedback!


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    GT350 wheels are front: 19x10.5 +30 offset 295/35/19 tires Michelin
    rear: 19x11 +62 offset 305/35/19 tires Michelin

    8.5 width is a bit narrower, relative to stock. I don't know how much more narrow than stock you'd want to go.
     
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    Thank you very much for chiming in @MNGT350!

    Looks like they have an option to go with a 19*10.75 wheel but, the highest offset they have is +40 which is too low for the rear and most likely will poke out too much.

    Any recommendations on a wheel that would work and is similar to the style in the image?
     
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    Those wheels are way to narrow. I am on a stock GT body, and run 19x10.5 +30 and I sit flush in the rear, really flush. Front sits inwards just slightly, it could really use another 2-3mm to sit perfect. But that’s on GT fenders.

    You have to decide what style of fitment you want and then you can figure it out. There is an “Aggressive Fitment” thread that has a few good examples, although most in there definitely aren’t aggressive by most standards. Look through there to get some ideas. 73092C99-6F96-424D-B959-EEABD2EA52A5.jpeg 669FD2BC-0562-4DF0-B07D-6DC513151F95.jpeg
     
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    Thank you for the recommendation @myboostedgst! Still learning my way around this place.

    I'm definitely a fan flush look with a little bit of poke.
     
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    WOW @The Chairman those wheels look pretty darn close. Stance looks pretty sweet as well. I'm guessing you're on springs?
     
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    Yes, Eibach lowering springs. No rubbing at all and work great on the track.
     
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    8.5" wide are entirely way too narrow and will turn the car into a darty mess, even on the street. Get stock or close to stock fitments like 10 - 11" wide up front and 11 - 11.5" rear.
     
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    Where's @50 Deep when you need him? He'll know how to figure this out - it's what he does!
     
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    Signatures are great at a great price. The SV502's are standard equipment on the FP350S.
     
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    I must have been tied up with SEMA. Thanks for the tag gents.

    Based on what I am seeing from the OP our Signature Wheel SV101 and SV104 would be the ticket. We can custom cut all of our designs to whatever size you want, but I wouldn’t go less than 19x11 square on the GT350. Car needs the contact patch. Weight wise you are looking at 20/21 lbs as well.

    When Considering any wheel for the GT350 weight, strength, stiffness, brake caliper clearance, and track capabilities should all be considered. That’s generally why we at Signature are one of the first chosen for street and track enthusiasts. Check out the build album below, and here are a couple for consideration.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/qBHDLwf5bI6kFYRK2

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    @50 Deep - What can I say other than "wow". I'm absolutely flabbergasted at the quality and variety of wheels.

    Perusing through the many images in the provided link I must say I've fallen quite hard for these two styles of wheel. bagged red 350 signature wheel.jpg SV801 Assorted (5 of 12).jpg
     
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