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Old 12/27/18, 10:31 AM
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Will these wheels/tires fit a 2019 GT PP1?

I've got a 2019 Mustang GT with Performance Package 1 on order and am wondering if the wheels and tires from my last Mustang, a 2013, will fit the new one. They are the 19x9 Laguna Seca wheels.

Laguna Seca wheels
Tire size: 275/40/19
Wheel size: 19" x 9"
Bolt pattern: 4.5"
Offset: 42 mm
Backspacing: 6.7"

2019 PP1 - front
Tire size: 255/40/19
Wheel size: 19" x 9"
Bolt pattern: 4.5"
Offset: 45mm
Backspacing: 6.7"

2019 PP1 - rear
Tire size: 275/40/19
Wheel size: 19" x 9.5"
Bolt pattern: 4.5"
Offset: 52.5mm
Backspacing: 7.3"
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Going by the specs you posted, it looks like they might be OK . . . the issues with S197 wheels on S550 car (and vice versa) that I know of are:

> Tire Pressure Monitoring System is different; sensors will not work across the generations
> center bore is larger on S550? not sure about this one; but it could be a problem for putting the wheels on
> S550 uses less offset . . . if you put S550 wheels on S197 car, they stick out of the wheel well a little . . . some people like this look, I do not . . . if you put S197 wheel on S550 car, it will be tucked inside the wheel well a bit more than normal
> not sure about brake clearance -- the PP has the new huge 6-piston calipers, right? combined with the offset difference, this could be a problem
> stud size and thread is different -- if you use the S550 lug nuts, should be OK (I think the taper is a little different also, but should not be a big deal)

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Going by the specs you posted, it looks like they might be OK . . . the issues with S197 wheels on S550 car (and vice versa) that I know of are:

> Tire Pressure Monitoring System is different; sensors will not work across the generations
> center bore is larger on S550? not sure about this one; but it could be a problem for putting the wheels on
> S550 uses less offset . . . if you put S550 wheels on S197 car, they stick out of the wheel well a little . . . some people like this look, I do not . . . if you put S197 wheel on S550 car, it will be tucked inside the wheel well a bit more than normal
> not sure about brake clearance -- the PP has the new huge 6-piston calipers, right? combined with the offset difference, this could be a problem
> stud size and thread is different -- if you use the S550 lug nuts, should be OK (I think the taper is a little different also, but should not be a big deal)
Thanks for the info!
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