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19x10 and 295/R19/30 tires in the front?

Has anyone put 19x10 in the front with a 1" drop up front? Looking to do a square setup with 19x10 and 295/R19/30 tires, I have a 2014 5.0 with Brembos/Track Pack

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Has anyone put 19x10 in the front with a 1" drop up front? Looking to do a square setup with 19x10 and 295/R19/30 tires, I have a 2014 5.0 with Brembos/Track Pack
I got 19x10 285/35 and 295/35. I have eibach sportlines front and bmr handling rear so I'm way lower than 1 inch.


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Works fine. Offset needs to be about 43-45 and then you can rotate them. Check for strut clearance and caliper clearance.
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Why would you not lower the whole car?

Really, the rear suspension is the key to getting/keeping these cars handling properly, so lowering the front & rear together is kind of important. What you're proposing could lead to a bit of over-steer.

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I don't think he meant he wasn't lowering the back, I think he was just specifically asking about front fitment.
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isn't 295 a bit on the wide side for a 10" wheel?

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isn't 295 a bit on the wide side for a 10" wheel?
In my opinion, yes. And 30 is a little short on the sidewall. I'd probably run 275/35/19's on that setup

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Has anyone put 19x10 in the front with a 1" drop up front? Looking to do a square setup with 19x10 and 295/R19/30 tires, I have a 2014 5.0 with Brembos/Track Pack
What wheel are you going with?

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isn't 295 a bit on the wide side for a 10" wheel?
maybe for racing but it fits just fine. theres no bulge or anything.

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Works fine. Offset needs to be about 43-45 and then you can rotate them. Check for strut clearance and caliper clearance.
+48 works too. barely but it works

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