Will this setup fit a GT350?

kiksbutt

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If I'm not mistaken, the non-R GT350 specs are

Front
19x10.5", 30mm offset, 60.5lb (with 295/35/19 stock tire)
Rear
19x11", 62mm offset, 61lb (with 305/35/19 stock tire)

Will this setup fit?

19x10.5, +24 (305/30/19)
19x11, +53 (315/30/19)

 

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You’re in the ball park. To be more confident, try to find the specific tires at Tire Rack and look at the tread widths and most importantly section widths. Compare them to the OE specs and do a bit of math.
 
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You’re in the ball park. To be more confident, try to find the specific tires at Tire Rack and look at the tread widths and most importantly section widths. Compare them to the OE specs and do a bit of math.
Great point, thanks. It looks fairly close, especially with the lower offset maybe it wouldn't rub.

OE Sec Width - 11.8 & 12.3 Thread - no front, 10.3 rear
New Sec Width - 12.3 & 12.6 Thread - 11, 11.5
 

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I think you can make it work. Worst case you acquire some modest hub-centric (not bolt-on) spacers and/or a bit of negative camber.

Best case: Bolt em on an send it!
 
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