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redchief
02-01-2014, 12:22 PM
With hub swap, will these wheels fit well (back spacing) and without any rubbing, will have 245/45/18 fronts and 275/40/18 rears?

Actually here are the actual specs of the wheels:

Bolt Pattern:
5x114.3
Rim Material:
Alloy
Hub Bore:
70.6
Rim Width:
(2) 9" & (2) 10"
Rim Structure:
One Piece
Rim Diameter:
18
Years:
94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 2003 2004 Mustangs
Offset:
Front +24mm & Rear +20mm
Fits:
1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 03 04 Mustangs
Number of Bolts:
5

BLOWN38
02-01-2014, 08:13 PM
I'm not the expert here but I believe the back will stick out a bunch. I think the fronts will be ok. If you can get the rear in +30 that would be good.

fast Ed
02-01-2014, 09:36 PM
The thread title says +30, but your copied text shows as +24 and +20. With those offsets, the fronts will be right out at the edge of the fenders, so they might rub on good dips and bumps depending on ride height. Rears will definitely be out of the fenders.

Typical offsets for best fit with those wheel widths on an MN12 are +30 to +36 on the front, and +30 to +40 on the rear.


cheers
Ed

redchief
02-02-2014, 12:18 AM
The thread title says +30, but your copied text shows as +24 and +20. With those offsets, the fronts will be right out at the edge of the fenders, so they might rub on good dips and bumps depending on ride height. Rears will definitely be out of the fenders.

Typical offsets for best fit with those wheel widths on an MN12 are +30 to +36 on the front, and +30 to +40 on the rear.


cheers
Ed

I didn't mean to throw anyone off. I wrote the wrong offset on the title when I posted and couldn't correct it after posting. Thank you for the information, it is very helpful. I will continue looking for wheels with the recommended offsets. :D

Peace!