What aftermarket wheels as close to stock (non-black) for a 2019 GT PP1

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  1. slowrey

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    I just bought a 2019 GT PP1 A10 and I'm not the biggest fan of the weight of the wheels nor them being black. I'm looking for a pretty stock replacement wheel that won't require spacers, don't rub, don't bottom out and that will be as close to stock ride and fitment and that will allow me to keep running the Michelin PS4S tires. I'd like to stay with 19" wheels and stock 9" & 9.5" wheels. I really like the look of the PP2 wheels so I'm good with replicas too.

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    Your not gonna find a lot of 9" wide options for the front in a hub centric wheel. Your best bet is to get a set of 19 x 9.5 all around, 19 x 10 all around or stagger 19 x 11 and 19 x 10
     
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    SVE PP2's are really nice, (and light) but 10" is the narrowest.
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    These actually do come in both 19x9 and 19x9.5. They are rotary forged, so should be a lot lighter than PP wheels. If I was in your shoes, though, I would get 9.5 all around so you can have a rotatable setup when it's time to replace your current front tires.

    https://www.carid.com/tsw-wheels/geneva-silver-81423952.html
     
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    TSW Max. Momo RF20.
     
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    The optional PP1 wheels aren’t black and are “stock”
    Fit just like your staggered black wheels.
    Roush also has a similar wheel in 20” size
     
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    I'm not quite sure what you're saying but my PP1 wheels look black to me. I want something that fits, rides like the PP1 wheels but just not the stock ones that my PP1 came with.
     
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    There is an optional wheel for cars with the PP1 package
    It’s called luster nickel I believe 1B586256-BE3E-48C3-8179-62181671397D.jpeg
     
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    I had the same wheels as you, and I just replaced them with the set above. These are an option to the black wheels on 2018+ PP1 cars and are the same 9 and 9.5" size. They seem to be the same backspacing/offset. Ford says that these are forged, so I was hoping that they would be lighter, but at 32.6 lb (F) and 32 lb rear, they are almost the same weight as the black PP1 wheels (32.2 F, 33 R)

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    Three more TSW rotary forged models that come in 19x9 ET30 and 19x9.5 ET39, with the correct 5x114.3 bolt pattern:

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    SO if I'm looking for an aftermarket wheel, is this the offset that I would need? What's the largest width wheel I can put stock tires on?
     
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    So could I use my stock rear wheel size all the way around? 275's? I really want to stay with the Michelin PS4S's.
     
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    You can also get your black pp1 wheels chromed (actually PVD) with Detriot Wheel in Michigan. They have an exchange program.
     
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    There are ranges of offsets that work for a given width. For a 9.5 wheel/275 tire, a 35-40 offset is good. The 35 will be pushed out closer to flush with the fender, especially on the rear. With the PP front setup (9.0 wheel/255 tire) you can have a lower offset like 30 on those TSWs because there's more room to push the wheel further out to the fender.

    You can put the stock 275s on a 10 inch wheel. The 255s maybe 9.5 inch. Depends on how far you are willing to stretch them.
     
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    Yes you could put 275s all the way around on 9.5 or 10 inch wheels. Very common square setup.
     
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