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Week three of my switch from a 11 Mustang GT to a 15 Scat pack. What are my options for bigger rear tires? Tired of roasting them every time I leave a stop light. Like the look of staggered tires. Had em on my GT. Any pics of what others have done would be appreciated too.
 

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if you're still on 245/45s, definitely go to 275/40s if you plan on keeping the stock rims.

I'm running Conti's ExtremeContact DW tires and I really enjoy them. smooth and quiet ride, great wet traction (whenever I'm forced to drive in the rain).. and definitely a lot more traction than the garbage RSA2s.

Conti released the new version called the ExtremeContact Sport. has a very similar tread design to the Michelin PSS tires. I'd check those out
 

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if you're still on 245/45s, definitely go to 275/40s if you plan on keeping the stock rims.

I'm running Conti's ExtremeContact DW tires and I really enjoy them. smooth and quiet ride, great wet traction (whenever I'm forced to drive in the rain).. and definitely a lot more traction than the garbage RSA2s.

Conti released the new version called the ExtremeContact Sport. has a very similar tread design to the Michelin PSS tires. I'd check those out
That's really helpful. Thank you. Did you only swap out the rears or the front as well?

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I'd love to get 20x10.5 for my rears. I put 275 on the back and 245's on the front. I like it but would still like bigger in the back and 275's on the front. I wonder if they make a 20x10.5 of my rims...
 

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That's really helpful. Thank you. Did you only swap out the rears or the front as well?

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My suspension is stock. only mods i have are listed in my sig.
 
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