Using 18x10 in the rear, can i use 325/30/18 ? - Ford Mustang Forum
 
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Using 18x10 in the rear, can i use 325/30/18 ?

Hello all,

Can i fit 325/30/18 in the rear? Right now i'm using 275/35/18 in the rear, my mustang is a 2003 gt...

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i THINK its to tall and it will rub at a 325 if you had a 17" ya it would work but with a 18 i think you can go 305


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You could probally do a 315-30, I had 335s on 17s on my 98 but the car couldnt be lowered and they didnt stick out either.

We put the same wheel and tire on my buddys 04 and it cleared.

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Thanks guys... Ill try get the 315's 30...

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