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13-14 19x10.5 wheels fit all four corners?

don't want to go to 20's, was wondering the widest 19in rims that will fit on a stock 14 GT track pack, would like to get 19x10.5 on all four corners, or at least 19x10, don't want to run into any clearance issues, or rubbing, what is everyone else running? eventually plan on a suspension set up for better handling, and will drop the car 1 inch

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don't want to go to 20's, was wondering the widest 19in rims that will fit on a stock 14 GT track pack, would like to get 19x10.5 on all four corners, or at least 19x10, don't want to run into any clearance issues, or rubbing, what is everyone else running? eventually plan on a suspension set up for better handling, and will drop the car 1 inch
That's a good one-I haven't heard of 19x10.5's on all four but I've definitely seen 18x10's on all four floating around here in a few different places. I can't confirm it but I think it could potentially pose a problem at lock.

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10's will fit square with the same offset front and back. you can go to an 11 in the front and a 12 in the back with different offsets and a watt's link, 11's square with different offsets and no watt's

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19x11 would be nice, believe I could run a 305/30/19 ? Zl1 Camaro tire size?
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You have to be very careful about the offset -- I have 19x9.5's on the front, with 255 tires, and they clear the strut body by about a finger width

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19x11 would be nice, believe I could run a 305/30/19 ? Zl1 Camaro tire size?
Yeah that would be good

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im assuming I would need reverse offset to fit the 19x11?
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