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    2011 mustang rear wheel alignment

    Hey all! I just put on my new wheels tonight 20x8.5 255s front and 20x10 295s rear and noticed the drivers side rear wheel is sticking out about 1/8 of an inch (maybe a little more) further than the passenger side rear?? The car isn't lowered. Is this something the ford dealership can fix?? Or do I need to get an adj panhard bar installed first to fix the problem??? Thx!

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    yeah, they are almost always pushed to the drivers side. you need a panhard to fix it.

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    If you never noticed anything with the old wheels, I'd also double check your wheel offset too to verify they're the same on both wheels.

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    Good article on stangnet about fixing this after a panhard bar install S197 Ford Mustang Panhard Bar Install any shop that has a John Beam machine will also help to get your alignment in spec.
    Last edited by calgarybandit; 06-20-2011 at 9:11 AM.

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    all the Shelbys are out at least by that much from the factory I had to get a panhard as soon as I lowered it also.

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