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Old 04-07-2005, 05:37 AM
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Default Difference between 315 and 275 tires on a deep dish

There has been many questions about th 10.5 in wheel and how a 315 looks compared to a smaller tire 275. First we have the 315s.
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Old 04-07-2005, 05:45 AM
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Here are the 275s
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Tire brand makes a difference as well. Here is something I found.
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Old 04-24-2005, 04:09 PM
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The 315's look perfect. The 275's look plain stupid on the deep dish rim. I hate it when people put tires that are too little on a rim that's big. rotest:
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Old 07-05-2005, 06:19 AM
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275's look too homie the way they dont fill the rim, a full fitting tire looks much better plus the meat is the shiz....
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Old 09-24-2005, 04:21 PM
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i got 275's on my 10's and they look like your 315's on 10.5's...i'll post a pic in a bit...
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Old 09-24-2005, 07:44 PM
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Here is a 285/35/18 on the 18x10 DD Bullits.
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Old 09-25-2005, 02:54 AM
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that second pic is hawt lance!
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Hey Guys , I just bought a set of DD 18x9's . i was thinking of going with 255/45's on my 05 Mustang. What do you think. It was that or a set of 285/40's I don't want to go to wide for the rim but I also don't want too small///
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Hey Guys , I just bought a set of DD 18x9's . i was thinking of going with 255/45's on my 05 Mustang. What do you think. It was that or a set of 285/40's I don't want to go to wide for the rim but I also don't want too small///
What size are the bad rims...DD would be like 10 or 10.5
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They are 18x9. I ordered them off MT's web site. They said they were DD, I hope they are.
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Thanks alot Jon.
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Will my 96 gt fit 315s? I have heard somewhere that I need to get different exhaust. Anyone know for sure?
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They are 18x9. I ordered them off MT's web site. They said they were DD, I hope they are.
Yes they are DD.
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Here's an older pic of mine with 17X10.5 DD Bullitts and 315/35s....
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1StockGT,

Did you have any problems with clearance with those wheels? I'm looking at getting hooked up with some 315's and need to know if there is a clearance problem. Also, what is the rim size I will need to get this set up? Do I need 10.5's to do it, or can I go smaller?
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Did you have any problems with clearance with those wheels? I'm looking at getting hooked up with some 315's and need to know if there is a clearance problem. Also, what is the rim size I will need to get this set up? Do I need 10.5's to do it, or can I go smaller?
I have 10.5's out back with 315/35/17s and they dont rub at all no matter how I drive...I also run 275/40/17's up front on 17x9 rims and they rub a tiny bit only when the wheel is fully turned...but come to think of it, now that I have lowered my car the front tires dont rub anymore.
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1StockGT,

Did you have any problems with clearance with those wheels? I'm looking at getting hooked up with some 315's and need to know if there is a clearance problem. Also, what is the rim size I will need to get this set up? Do I need 10.5's to do it, or can I go smaller?

I haven't had any clearance issues. I also have the 17x10.5s with a 315/35/17. Since the pic I posted above have lowered my car 1.5" and haven't had any rubbing problems. I also still have the quad shocks still on too. I'm pretty sure you're going to need 17x10.5s, the 17x9s aren't wide enough for the 315s. I think the widest you can go on the 17x9s is a 275.

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Will my 96 gt fit 315s? I have heard somewhere that I need to get different exhaust. Anyone know for sure?
They fit fine. Had them on my GT and my cobra,both are 96'
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18x10 in back with 285/35/18
18x9 in front with 265/35/18.

Both fit perfect with no rub.
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They fit fine. Had them on my GT and my cobra,both are 96'
Your response was about 3 years too late. haha.
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This is some great information, I really appreciate it. My Co-Worker and I are both looking for good tire prices and this really helps alot!

I am also looking at going with 275x4 on my 2001 GT, and hopefully I can get them at a good price!
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Check out mine, 295/35ZR18 on a 10" DD rim. I think they look great, not too fat, not too skinny.

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2972330
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Check out mine, 295/35ZR18 on a 10" DD rim. I think they look great, not too fat, not too skinny.

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2972330

yes they look awesome. i wanna know from where did you got these tires as i am also thinking to get these tires????????
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