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I have 20 X 9 CS56's that I am looking at putting 255/35/20 on the front of my 2006 Shelby GT-H but I have a question and do need some help on the rears, I am looking at either 275/35/20's or 295/35/20's, the backspacing is 7.27 and the offset is +45, I want to make sure that the 295's don't stick out past the wheel wells or rub at all. If anyone is running this set up or can help me that would be great, I want the 295's but not at the cost of the other things listed, I am looking at Nitto Invo's for tires.

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I have 20 X 9 CS56's that I am looking at putting 255/35/20 on the front of my 2006 Shelby GT-H but I have a question and do need some help on the rears, I am looking at either 275/35/20's or 295/35/20's, the backspacing is 7.27 and the offset is +45, I want to make sure that the 295's don't stick out past the wheel wells or rub at all. If anyone is running this set up or can help me that would be great, I want the 295's but not at the cost of the other things listed, I am looking at Nitto Invo's for tires.

 

Hey I would do the 295's wider is always better !!! But to see how it fits on the rim go to rim help topic the site that he posted has an awesome calculator. It will show you how the tire will look on the rim you don't what to much of the tire over hanging on the rim.

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I have 20 X 9 CS56's that I am looking at putting 255/35/20 on the front of my 2006 Shelby GT-H but I have a question and do need some help on the rears, I am looking at either 275/35/20's or 295/35/20's, the backspacing is 7.27 and the offset is +45, I want to make sure that the 295's don't stick out past the wheel wells or rub at all. If anyone is running this set up or can help me that would be great, I want the 295's but not at the cost of the other things listed, I am looking at Nitto Invo's for tires.

 

 

just go with the 275/35's on all 4 wheels

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