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Hey,

First time posting but I have been creeping for a little while. While it seems to be the common opinion that the max rim size is 18” for a new edge mustang (I completely respect that opinion), I think it can be pulled off. Normally I wouldn’t post any of this but there are not a lot of pictures of new edge mustangs with 20’s on the internet, so it makes it even tougher to pull the trigger on a set. I had these put on last week,

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20x9 +25 offset. 275/30r20

rears
20x11 +20 offset. 305/30r20

gonna have to roll the rear fenders as the rear tires are getting struck by the inner lip of the fender. I ordered some Coilovers this morning to help stiffen things up and lower it down a bit to eliminate the wheel/fender gap. Let me know what you think
 

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Looks better than most 20” setups I’ve seen. The concave on the rears make the wheel look a little better proportionally imo. I think some of the common visual mods for these cars, black headlight, mach 1 chin spoiler and grill delete, will help the car come together
 

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Looks good.
 

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Too big imo. There's a reason people don't run 20s and it's a function thing as well. Tires rubbing when turning ripping out wheel wheel dust covers come to mind. This gets even worse when lowered and turning sharp.

It also doesn't looking right. But to each there own. For me I try to mod not only visually but more importantly proper function of the car as a whole. I don't want to mod to decrease function and performance.

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I'm with TheOdessa on this one, I think they look too big on 99-04's 17 and 18's look best on these cars to me. But it's your car, so do what you like, who cares what others think.
 

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Same here. I guess I'm too old school to appreciate those very thin sidewalls on the tires.
 
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