Originally Posted by olfordtruck
Ive heard from people in the past that you may need to run spacers to prevent rubbing on the inner part of the front tire, especially when turning. That right rwenzing?
Definitely something to watch out for with stock Mustang wheels. Factory Ranger offset is +12mm. Most factory Mustang wheels have a higher positive offset which pulls the tire/wheel combo inward on a Ranger.
Aftermarket wheels like his Torque Thrust M's may or may not have that problem, depending on the offset.
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