I had a lot of doubts before pulling the trigger and it seems like I'm not alone judging by the number of wide wheel/tire threads on here and questions I got. Hopefully this thread helps everyone looking to fit something this wide, especially on stock suspension for class or budget. The tires do poke out a bit and I figured rubbing is all but guaranteed at full compression once I saw them on the car... but I couldn't be happier I trusted APEX and those on here who have run it. Here's what you need: 1. Camber plates: I have MM C/C plates and they are maxed out at -2.3 deg with the stock struts. I have been running them for about 3 years with many track days without issue. APEX recommends at least -3 deg in their fitment guide but I had no choice because I was maxed out. 2. 1"/25 mm spacer: I have Motorsport-tech 1" spacers and they look like high quality units. There is maybe a 1/4 inch clearance in the back so you can't go any narrower than 25 mm. http://www.motorsport-tech.com/adaptec/car/ford_s and you want Design 2. 3. Elongated studs: your best bet is to get the FPP hubs with elongated studs instead of reusing the old one. Bearings are consumables anyway so if you're like me and you've been enjoying your car for several years, it might be a good time. They are a bargain considering that they come with ARP elongated studs already pressed in. https://lmr.com/item/M1104A/Ford-Racing-Mustang-Front-Hub-Pair-With-3-Arp-Studs You will need open ended lug nuts which are sold separately. 4. A good quality 11" wheel: APEX of course! I got square APEX EC-7 19x11 ET52 for rotation, although APEX offers a different offset 19x11 so you don't need a spacer but the spacers will likely pay for themselves quickly in tire life (allowing rotation). Here's how the car sits on 305/30/19 RE-71R's all around. I'll post a review of the tires if there is interest, but after a couple of days at the track, I can comfortable say there is no rubbing. The car feels fantastic with this setup. It looks great too... which was a very popular opinion over the weekend.