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The alignment dowels and bushing support along with the brace is a great starting point, you may not need anything further! I had the funds so did the verticals as well at the same time.
I was following what a lot of others on this forum were saying, and Steeda's website was very helpful as well!
Thanx for taking the time to answer my questions. :)

 

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Hey, looking for photos of a staggered Apex set up, or, any photo of a wheel 19x9 ET34 on a Mustang.

19x9" ET34 x 19x10" ET40

Full use case: I've got a Mach 1 with the factory MPS4S tires that I'd like to reuse. The factory rims are 19 x 9.5 and 19 x 10. The Mach 1 has the front calipers from a performance pack mustang.

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Hey, looking for photos of a staggered Apex set up, or, any photo of a wheel 19x9 ET34 on a Mustang.

19x9" ET34 x 19x10" ET40

Full use case: I've got a Mach 1 with the factory MPS4S tires that I'd like to reuse. The factory rims are 19 x 9.5 and 19 x 10. The Mach 1 has the front calipers from a performance pack mustang.

Thank you!
Hi, I looked through our database and couldn't find any S550s with the 19x9 up front unfortunately. The good news is the 19x9" ET34 and 19x10" ET40 sit fairly similar to each other on the outside, with the 9" wheel being about 1/4" more tucked in than the 10".

Here's a couple pictures of 19x10" ET40 all around

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Hey, looking for photos of a staggered Apex set up, or, any photo of a wheel 19x9 ET34 on a Mustang.

19x9" ET34 x 19x10" ET40

Full use case: I've got a Mach 1 with the factory MPS4S tires that I'd like to reuse. The factory rims are 19 x 9.5 and 19 x 10. The Mach 1 has the front calipers from a performance pack mustang.

Thank you!
you can run the factory front tires on a 10” wheel too, no need to step down to a 9” wheel, why not got square wheels with your current tires?
 
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you can run the factory front tires on a 10” wheel too, no need to step down to a 9” wheel, why not got square wheels with your current tires?
They have 255s up front I believe, which I would put on the 9" personally. 255 on a 10" works, but man it's stretched especially for just street use.

However this does bring up a good point, if you do ever plan to upgrade tire sizes, the 10" will certainly be a better solution in that regard. 275-285 all around works great on these cars and doesn't require any mods.
 


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Do you have any pics with the Motorsport Gold? Even if it isnt a Mustang that would be great. Looks super light in the only picture I can find.
 
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Do you have any pics with the Motorsport Gold? Even if it isnt a Mustang that would be great. Looks super light in the only picture I can find.
Motorsport Gold will not be offered for Mustang fitments, but yes it is very light gold. Some consider it champagne colored. We don't have any full wheel shots of it yet except for the render that you likely are referring to.
 

 
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