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I'm running the 20x10/20x11 with a 285/305 tire combo, it's perfect. In fact, I like these wheels so much, I'm swapping them onto a new Mustang and selling my old car with stock Perf Pack wheels.

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Ok here’s my thoughts, 20x10 35mm offset satin black M600 with PS4S tires in 275x30 front and 20x11 50MM offset with PS4S in 305x30 rears. Sound like a winning combo? Slightly shorter (.6 inches front and .5 inches rear) overall height then stock is my only concern.
 

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Ok here’s my thoughts, 20x10 35mm offset satin black M600 with PS4S tires in 275x30 front and 20x11 50MM offset with PS4S in 305x30 rears. Sound like a winning combo? Slightly shorter (.6 inches front and .5 inches rear) overall height then stock is my only concern.
Doooo ettttt!:like:
 

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19" or 20" M600 are in stock now. Both finishes......

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Ok here’s my thoughts, 20x10 35mm offset satin black M600 with PS4S tires in 275x30 front and 20x11 50MM offset with PS4S in 305x30 rears. Sound like a winning combo? Slightly shorter (.6 inches front and .5 inches rear) overall height then stock is my only concern.
FWIW, in the pic above, I'm running a 35 series, front and rear, I thought it filled the fender a touch better (and they're a little more compliant). Aslo, a 285 and 305 with the same profile are exactly the same front-to-rear ratio as my stock Perf Pack wheels - there's not any issues with the slightly different setup with the 275, but a 285 is also a little better fitment on a 10" wide wheel.

Just my $0.02 :)
 
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I can’t get the tires I want in a 35 or I’d be all over it. The PS4s tires work really well in all non winter conditions and don’t need to heat up a lot for good grip. I can get them in a 285x30 though and that brings the height up to almost the stock height! Maybe I should do that. I’m just worried about tram-lining. My ZL1 had 295 fronts and it tram-lined really bad. I’m eventually going to put Upgraded suspension on and lower it about an inch.
 
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Ordered ended up with the 285/30’s for the front. $2750 for everything mounted balanced with tire pressure sensors.
 

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19" or 20" M600 are in stock now. Both finishes......

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I'm in the process of buying a set of 19x10 +35 and 19x11 +50 M600 through a company called Fitment Industries. I'm planning on running 285/35 and 305/35 on them, but their rep said that tire setup might be too aggressive and require fender modification. Do you guys know if that is or isn't the case? I am on steeda sport progressive lowering springs
 

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I think you'll be fine.

A 285 on a 10" wheel is as far as you want to push it but it will drive and look good.
 

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And yes, someone will chime in about running a 305 on a 10 but the bulge will have negative handling performance effects.

Can you do it? Yes. Will you be maximizing the performance of your tires and ultimately what you spent? No.
 

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Would a 275 be more appropriate?
Up to you and how you plan to use your car. I run an exact set up and it handles great (RE-71R).

You might be able to find 275 that are slightly cheaper. Every tire is different and I would suggest
looking at the measurement at TireRack and comparing to the width of your wheel.

I always recommend having people that are shopping and not too sure to read this great article
by racing and mustang guru Billy Johnson. It really brought a much more comprehensive thought
process to fitment and application for me and a lot of my mod friends.

https://motoiq.com/how-to-properly-select-and-size-tires-for-performance/

Good luck and let us know what you go with!
 

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not 19's but same wheel 20x10/20x11.

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Damn that looks nice! I would love to do something similar, maybe with just a hair darker.
 

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