can i run 275 35 bfg g force up front on my 94GT?

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I sold my 18'' fr 500 today only to buy solid gloss black fr 500! Question is I want to run 275 35 bfg ta g force on 18x9 up front but I have steeda lowering springs so will they rub when I turn? Also thinking of running 295 35 on 18x10 in the back? is this a good set up? Thanks
 

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Depends on the offset of your wheel, but more then likely yes they will fit.
 

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The offset of the fr500 arent bad at all. I say go for it unless u mind the rub on full lock. You never need that much tire up front unless u race or something lol.
 

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I just want it to look better then the 255 40 that's on it now. the tire kinda hugs the rim. But as soon as you guys read this i will be buying new gloss black fr500 and new 275 35 front and 295 35 rear Bfg kdw 2 g force:thumbsup:
 

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i ran a 275 40 on my bullitts when i had them. never rubbed at all. but that was also on a 17
 

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cant wait to put the new wheels and tires on also went with black lug nuts on the all black fr's. I have always wanted this look. Thanks Win I like the falken 40 sidewall but I wanted a tire with more tread life more then width although the 295 measures out to be 12'' wide. and the 275 is 10 1/4
 

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I will be putting 275/35/18s up front on my car.. But I am on Race springs so it isnt slammed..

275s is a few sizes down too.. But will eventually go wider again. But I like to corner. so there is that


like others said you should be fine. and might possibly rub a bit at full lock.. but you should be ok
 

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I will answer all questions even mine after today. getting everything mounted and balanced at the tire shop then I can finally throw them on the car.
 

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I ran 275's up front for a few years with no real rubbing issues.
The only problem I had was on the highway I had problems with the ruts made by the big trucks.
The 275's did not fit well and sometimes the steering would be unstable. Went to a 255 and its not as bad.
 

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