Miro type 398. I need help with tires

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Hi Guys,

Im planning on getting Miro 398 18" x 9.5, ET 35, HB 73.1 (i think this is a perfect fit on the mustang without using hubcentric rings) and probably doing square set up.

here is the website:
Miro Type 398 black

I have 20mm spacers and soon to drop my car 1" all around.

I have zero experience on tires combo with wheels. Can someone help me out with some guidance?

Thanks,





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255-265's will fit fine
 
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Thank you. I was looking at 19 and 20 but I like the meaty look of the 18
 

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nice t37 knock-off look to them... you won't even need the spacers with the 34mm offset on the 9.5" wheel. Go for 275/40/18 for a good choice of tires, as that wheel should take them perfectly, and you can grab nitto NT-05 in that size for $200ish per pretty easily out there. Going any smaller than that is going to make your rolling diameter pretty smallish compared to stock... shoot you could even go out to a 285/40/18 comfortably, and discounttiredirect has Goodyear F1 supercars for $168 per!

http://www.discounttiredirect.com/d....do&fl=&pc=31838&counter=0&ar=40&rd=18&cs=285
 

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One thing I wanted to bring to light brotha you said without using hubcentric rings, the wheels need hubrings their a 73.1 and the car is a 70.5

You can use a 275/40/18 tire no problems.
 
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Someone on the forum tested their wheels with the same specs and it was a snug fit. It was in one of the wheel vendor if I am not wrong.

Thanks for the tire suggestions. Im looking to get them on soon. I cant stand the silver wheel.

One thing I wanted to bring to light brotha you said without using hubcentric rings, the wheels need hubrings their a 73.1 and the car is a 70.5

You can use a 275/40/18 tire no problems.
 

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Those look like the GT350R carbon wheels. Very nice, too bad they can't be had in a 19 inch diameter!
 
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Yea They have 19 in the other styles.
 

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Someone on the forum tested their wheels with the same specs and it was a snug fit. It was in one of the wheel vendor if I am not wrong.

Thanks for the tire suggestions. Im looking to get them on soon. I cant stand the silver wheel.
keep me posted because a 73.1 wheel cb and a 70.5 car cb need a hubring.
 
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