Forgestar f14 fitment

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I have a 2020 mustang gt base and I wanna run a forgestar f14 set up preferable 20x9.5 deep concave up front with a 275 and a 20x10.5 or 11 super deep concave and run a 305 in the rear I’m on BMR drag suspension and I don’t want any stretch or camber since I do run the car hard and not a fan of it very slight/not very noticeable camber is okay if it’s a must and good fitment is a must. I’m not sure if that could work or what offsets I would need or where to buy. Looking to buy them in the upcoming month or 2

 

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This is a guide that shows you what your options are, in terms of offset, we can get that dialed in for you.

-Josh
I can run a 20x9.5 deep concave in the front and a 20x10.5 super deep concave in the rear I don’t know what offsets to run with my BMR drag suspension and how pricing would be for either gloss black or a bronze color. Is it possible to run the super deep in rear with the deep up front? Im Very new to this sorry
 

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I can run a 20x9.5 deep concave in the front and a 20x10.5 super deep concave in the rear I don’t know what offsets to run with my BMR drag suspension and how pricing would be for either gloss black or a bronze color. Is it possible to run the super deep in rear with the deep up front? Im Very new to this sorry
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I have 20x9.5 front with a +29 0ffset and 285/35/20's. Rear are 20x11 with a +56 offset and 305/35/20. These are the commonly stocked offsets. I also have bmr drag springs and a drag oriented alignment with very little camber. If i was going to do it again i would order a custom front wheel with at least a +33 offset as these do rub the fenders with a 275 or 285 tire in the front. I also have some weight reduction so if you have more weight on the front end or a supercharger etc it will probably sit even a little lower. Let me know if you have any questions i can help with

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So if you do not want to stretch tire and or do alignment work the deep concave is the best fitment to run

Front: 20x9.5 ET 29
Rear: 20x11 ET 50
Rear: 20x10.5 ET 45

Then you adjust the tire sizing according so that you do not need to stretch or adjust camber.

However the moment you want to go to a super deep rear which works. You do need to adjust tire sizing either by stretch or camber and lowering the vehicle helps out the fitment a lot.

Paul A.
 

 
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