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19" x 10" Fit all around on 2012 GT/CS

I'm looking to run a square 19" by 10" set up on a 2012 GT/CS. The car has been lowered about 1.5" with the Ford Racing Assembled Adjustable Handling Pack (Ford Racing Assembled Adjustable Mustang Handling Pack - Coupe M-FR3A-MGTAA (05-14 GT) - Free Shipping). The Wheels are 11/12 GT/CS Style Black Machined Wheel (2011 GT/CS Style Black Machined Mustang Wheel - 19x10 (05-14 All) - Free Shipping). The info I'm looking for is:

1. Where can I go to figure out if the wheels will fit.
2. Will I need a Spacer, If so, what size?
3. If anyone has done this, what size tire did you run?

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This is a good place to start. I understand that the wheels aren't the ones you are proposing but there was some helpful information there.



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idk if this will help but im running 19x9 in front and 19x10.5 rear "No Spacers" mine fit great with plenty of room.



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I'm running 19x10 all the way around with 285/35/19 tires. If you are worried about it being tight then you can go with 275/40 tires to get a little more clearance on the inside.

My wheels Have a +40 offset and no issues with a 1 in drop.

As long as you have a 40-48 offset you should be ok for most wheels.

Here is a wheel and tire fitment calculator. I found it quite useful when I was shopping for wheels.
Online Wheel and Tyre Fitment Calculator. Offset, Tyre Stretch and Speedo Error | Will They Fit

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I am running 19x10 Forgestar CF10s with 285/35 RE11 tires. Offset is 40. I had to use a 3mm spacer to clear my stock 4 piston brembo brakes (it just barely rubbed without it).
You may not need a spacer for every 19x10 wheel, or if you have non-brembo brakes.
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My wheels are MRR-M350s. 19x10 +40 offset. Brembo brakes. No spacer needed.

https://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/mustang-s197-sale-classifieds/973497-factory-gt-flowmaster-axle-back.html#post8825354
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yeah I honestly think your ok. I highly doubt youll have issues



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BIG Wheels.

I saw this on the internet. Is this picture real or is it photo-shopped?

19" x 10" Fit all around on 2012 GT/CS-big-wheels.jpg

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I saw this on the internet. Is this picture real or is it photo-shopped?

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Why is the car all "scrunched together?"


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