Tom: The majority of that is just image noise but I think he's beyond the acne age now. :-)
Do you have to run any shims? And what size?The question from @AMBJR was simple, but loaded. "Can you build me a 20x12 square so I can run a 325 tire and rotate them at all four corners?"
My response was a confident "Definitely maybe........"
Allen's CFTP has the first and only 20x12 square rotatable wheel setup on the planet. Built using our Gloss Gunmetal Signature Wheel SV104. At approximately 23-24 lbs per wheel the car has the factory suspension settings, and stays close to the 19lb OEM carbons. The wheels are wrapped in 325/30/20 Toyo R888R at all four corners. Happy to report that after several hundred miles Allen has experienced no rubbing, and cant wait to see the track camber settings dialed in. We should see this finished off with Exhibitions Of Speed titanium lug nuts soon.
If we are only here to leave footprints in the sand, then I suggest you wear some big shoes.
Photography: Devious Exposure
***Edit: The OEM CFTP wheels are for sale***
The front will require a spacer. Depending on your camber adjustments it can be anywhere from 20-25 mmDo you have to run any shims? And what size?
I hope I make it to 82 years old, lord willing I will be ripping through San Diego in Ford's top dawg Mustang too!NOT bad for being 82 years old!!!
All you get for the CFTP are the Wheels, Tires, Wing & Front Conards!!![/QUOTE]Why not $18,500 to get all your CFTP option money back? Haha
Thanks for the reply. Was just curious.