Need some help on proper size tires for the SVE S350 19x10 19x11 for Michelin PS4S

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    #1 5.0_SD, Nov 6, 2019
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    Hi all, I'm in need of some help finding the right sizes of tire for my setup.
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    Front: 19x10, +40mm, 7" backspace
    Rear: 19x11, +50mm, 8" backspace
    Already lowered at least 1.5 inches

    Currently have nitto nt 555 g2 in 285/35/19 and 305/35/19...I am wanting to go towards something like the Michelin PS4S...need help on sizing. The only thing I see close to keeping the front lower than the rear in the PS4S is 295/30 and 325/30. I know there is a 285/35 that will match the front Nitto's but the rear is the issue as the 305 in the PS4S is only available with a 30 sidewall which makes it less in diameter than the front 285/35. I'm hoping the 295/30 and 325/30 would fit without any rubbing.
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    285/35 front and 325/30 rear. No issues. 20191103_033948.jpg
     
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    Thank you for the reply. I was trying to keep the front diameter less than the rear which is why I was really wanting to know about the 295/30 up front. It seems the consensus on the rear is that I'll be fine with 325/30 and a +50mm offset.
     
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    Instead of going PS4S you could go with the super sports. Go 285/35/19 front and 305/35/19 in the rear.
     
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    Oh I did give that thought, but I don't know how much longer they will be in production seeing as the PS4S is the successor to the PSS, meaning that if the next time I need tires and lets say they are no longer in production, I'm right back here again asking the same question. Also, the PS4S are better tires and are only a few bucks more than the PSS. It is nice that right now they can be a fall back. I hoping that if I go the 295/30 325/30 route that since I'm coilovers and have a bit of adjustability in my suspension that I can make them work. I've been told by a vendor that it should fit with no issues, given what I have.
     
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    Are you lowered? I just ordered the LMR SVE 19/11 19/10 wheels and want to go with that same 325/30/19 on the rear (MT ET Street S/S). I'm on Steeda drag springs (-.5") in the rear. Doesn't look like yours stick out beyond fenders or rub. Thanks!
     
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    Did you end up getting those new tires? Hoping to hear how the 325s in the rear fit. I just ordered some LMR SVE 19/10 19/11 myself. Thanks!
     
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    Not yet, waiting for Black Friday. I am 100% sure 325/30/19 will fit in the back with no spacers and still have decent clearance. What I am concerned about is the front and going 295/30/19 I lose almost an inch of tire diameter between that and what I have now, 285/35/19. A LOT of people have the 285/35/19 with the 325/30/19 which the front is only two tenths (.2) inches larger in diameter than the rear. I think that the way the mustang sits stock (level) that the rear appears lower than the front from the side view...I don't like that at all, call me old, whatever. I like the front a little lower than the rear, so with what I have now (285/35/19, 305/35/19) the rear diameter is almost have an inch larger than the front. If I do like a lot of others and go 285/35/19 and 325/30/19 than I lose the lower in front...see my dilemma?

    Having said all that, I am on coilovers and in my pic in the first post, it is as it stands now, much lower than stock. My front splitter still clears concrete parking blocks by decent amount. Now the pics below show an owner that is on BC Coilovers with 295/30/19 front and 325/30/19 rear. His wheel offsets are +35 front, +50 rear. The wheels I have and that come from LMR are +40 front and +50 rear. So, if I go a 5mm spacer, that gets me effectively to +35 and I should have just enough clearance upfront between the inside wheel and coilover....again, the rears are a non-issue I think for anyone with LMR wheels. Looking at the pics, I LOVE the way his car sits. Close up is the 325 in the rear.
    @daltron's beautiful ride

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    1" lowering mag ride springs. I do have a 1"spacer up front.
     
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    #10 Eric5899, Nov 23, 2019
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    Understood. Black Friday is a beautiful thing. I just ordered the LMR SVE R357 set 19/10 19/11 for $599! I like the back a little higher also. I have Steeda drag springs so 1.2" drop front and .5" drop rear. Mickey ET Street S/S shows 27.0" OD in their 305/30/19 and I'm going to use up all the factory rubber (255/40/19) on the fronts. They also show 27" OD. Horrible in back but they can steer me in a straight line.
     
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    I think that you will regret going with a short tire like the 295/30 up front. Have you considered going with stock GT350 sizes - 295/35/19 and 305/35/19?
     
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    The problem is finding a 305/35/19, they come in the super sports but will be discontinued and the 4S do not come in 305/35/19...and I don't want Nitto again.
     
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    Actuallly, per tirerack.com, you can also get the new 2019+ GT350 spec Michelin Sport Cup 2 and also the Pirelli PZero in those sizes. Not much of a selection, but better than nothing!
     
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    You are right but the pzeros are horrible and sport cup 2 does not have enough tread life as well as not so great in the wet. It rains in florida so i need a summer tire that can handle occasional wet.
     
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    It's a shame more manufacturers don't offer proper sizes in 19s. I encountered the same issue several years ago with my Boss 302 and ended up with 20s because there are a ton of options in Mustang sized tires.
     
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