Wheels for widebody help.

Mac-the-3rd

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Hello all.
I am new here and have spent some time looking through to find any info I can on where to find good wheels at without much success.

First let me start by sharing what I am doing. I have a 2015 Mustang "Hyperstang." I am going full out widebody on it. I know, cutting into the body scares me a little too but I have an absolute magician doing the work for me. Last step I need to do is find the right wheels to finish everything off before summer is here.

I am looking to run around 20 x 13 with -55 offset in back (315/30/20 tires)
and 20x11.5 with -45 in front (315/25/20).

Does anyone here know of any good suppliers/manufactures for these sizes?

Thank you,

D. Mac





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Hello all.
I am new here and have spent some time looking through to find any info I can on where to find good wheels at without much success.

First let me start by sharing what I am doing. I have a 2015 Mustang "Hyperstang." I am going full out widebody on it. I know, cutting into the body scares me a little too but I have an absolute magician doing the work for me. Last step I need to do is find the right wheels to finish everything off before summer is here.

I am looking to run around 20 x 13 with -55 offset in back (315/30/20 tires)
and 20x11.5 with -45 in front (315/25/20).

Does anyone here know of any good suppliers/manufactures for these sizes?

Thank you,

D. Mac
315 is a bit narrow for a 11.5" wheel, and definitely too narrow for a 13" wheel. In fact it hardly seems worth it to "wide body" the car and fit essentially standard GT350R size tires.

For a 13" wheel you should be looking for a 345.

MPSS
325/25R20 (a bit short)
335/30R20 (a bit tall)
345/30R20 (a bit tall)

And given you are doing a widebody, you probably want significantly less than stock offset to push the wheels out (GT350R is +56).
 

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Hello all.
I am new here and have spent some time looking through to find any info I can on where to find good wheels at without much success.

First let me start by sharing what I am doing. I have a 2015 Mustang "Hyperstang." I am going full out widebody on it. I know, cutting into the body scares me a little too but I have an absolute magician doing the work for me. Last step I need to do is find the right wheels to finish everything off before summer is here.

I am looking to run around 20 x 13 with -55 offset in back (315/30/20 tires)
and 20x11.5 with -45 in front (315/25/20).

Does anyone here know of any good suppliers/manufactures for these sizes?

Thank you,

D. Mac
What widebody are you going with?

That is critical to know.
 

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Clinched widebody.
Alright so I do widebody setups so im going to provide you a nice list of options.

Vossen Forged or Work Series Wheels
Velgen Forged
BC Forged Wheels
AL13 Wheels


Just to start
 

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How long was you without car? Just noticing original post was beginning of last year
 

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