Wheel Fitment Question...

I have a 2007 Ford Mustang GT and want to purchase a new set of rims. My car is lowered via Eibach Pro-Kit springs. My question is will a 20X9" rim that has a +25mm offset fit in both the front and rear? How about a 20x9" rim with a +12mm offset for the front and rear. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated....
 
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They should work fine. I put 20x10's with a +35 offset all the way around on an '06 and they sat right even with the top of the fender well. The 20x9's with a +25 offset shouldn't stick out even as far as the 20x10's.
 
i have 20x8.5 black bullets replica wheels on my car and they are a +38mm offset i test fitted a +24 and it stuck out about 3/4 -1" or so mine are really nice because they sit in just enough incase i want to practically slam the car when i lower it but still stick out more than stock right in the mid 30's is where you want to be
 
i have 20x8.5 black bullets replica wheels on my car and they are a +38mm offset i test fitted a +24 and it stuck out about 3/4 -1" or so mine are really nice because they sit in just enough incase i want to practically slam the car when i lower it but still stick out more than stock right in the mid 30's is where you want to be


When you say stick out are you saying stick out past the top of the fenderwell or out farther than stock? I put some 20x8.5 on an '05 with a +20 offset and they still didn't stick past the top of the fenderwell. But you're right, if you're going to slam the car, then a +20 or +25 probably isn't the way to go.