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Old 01-30-06, 08:36 PM   #1
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Mustang Rims on the FC

I found the thread in the archive, but the pics don't work anymore...could anyone post pics of the rims they were talking about on the FC? or just the rims themselves?
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Old 01-30-06, 08:39 PM   #2
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Old 01-30-06, 08:50 PM   #3
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Mustangs? They look good.
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Old 01-30-06, 09:09 PM   #4
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ok - fill in the newbie, what size / weight are they and do you have to use a spacer? ~rich
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Old 01-30-06, 09:15 PM   #5
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I especially like the way the center sculpting of each spoke matches the body beltline. I'd be interested in size/weight info too.
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Old 01-30-06, 09:15 PM   #6
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hmmm not bad, actually
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Old 01-30-06, 09:27 PM   #7
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ok ..... i hear it asked alot, so here it is..... these are all the mustang wheels and weights...

17x9" AFS CobraR 95 chrome - 24lbs
17x10.5" AFS CobraR 95 chrome - 26lbs
17x9" AFS 03 Cobras chrome - 27lbs
17X10" AFS 03 Cobras chrome - 29lbs
17x9" AFS 03 Cobras satin - 26.1lbs
17x10.5" AFS 03 Cobras satin - 26.5lbs
18x9" AFS 03 Cobras satin - 25.5lbs
18x10.5" AFS 03 Cobras satin - 29.1lbs
17x9" BBS Spider - 21lbs
18x8.5" BBS Spider
18x10" BBS Spider
17x8" Bullitt satin - 28lbs
17x8" Bullitt chrome
17x9" Bullitt satin
17x9" Bullitt chrome
18x9" Bullitt satin
18x9" Bullitt chrome - 29lbs
17x8" CobraR 95 satin
17x8" CobraR 95 chrome
17x9" CobraR 95 satin
17x9" CobraR 95 chrome
17x8" Cobra 96 chrome
17x8" Cobra 96 satin - 23lbs
17x8" Cobra 98 satin - 21lbs
17x8" Cobra 99 satin - 22lbs
17x8" Cobra 99 polished
17x9.5" CobraR 00 satin
17x9.5" CobraR 00 chrome
18x9.5" CobraR 00 chrome - 29lbs
18x9.5" CobraR 00 powerder coated - 27lbs
17x9" Cobra 03 satin - 25.5lbs
17x9" Cobra 03 chrome
17x9" Cobra 03 10th anniv - 23lbs
17x11" Fiksi - 16lbs
18x9" FR500 satin - 26lbs
18x9" FR500 chrome
17x8" GT 99 satin - 17lbs
17x8" GT 99 chrome
17x8" GT 35thaniv.
17x8" MachI 03 satin - 25lbs
18x9" Mille miglia MM11-2's - 25lbs
18x8.5" Saleen chrome
18x9" Saleen chrome
18x10" Saleen chrome


*all wheels are ford/oem unless specified

according to this chart... if i got it right....they weight 17 lbs. each and are 17x8"

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Old 01-30-06, 09:46 PM   #8
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Old 01-30-06, 10:12 PM   #9
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Wow, those look really really good... I'm halfway interested in buying some now. :x

Direct fit? No spacers or anything?
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The 17x8's are 30 or 32mm offset and they fit perfectly (although the stock Mustang tires won't). I've heard the 17lbs for the GT wheels several times, but mine were closer to 20lbs, still, not bad for a cheap, readily available, strong and durable wheel of that size. They fit without spacers, but longer studs are recommended, as the stock ones don't give quite enough thread engagement to be safe (the wheel hub is thicker on the mustang wheels). The ARP studs for the camaro, firebird, corvette (12mmx1.5) will fit perfectly. I really like my 17x8 GT wheels, they make the car look so much better, and fill out the wheel wells nicely.
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Old 01-30-06, 11:02 PM   #11
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heres mine 245s all the way around, TII-aholic has 275's i belive in the back and there fine but i think im gonna have to go to 225's in the front cause they rub the fender really bad.
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Old 01-30-06, 11:12 PM   #12
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i really like thos... where do i get myself a set?
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Old 01-30-06, 11:14 PM   #13
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i really like thos... where do i get myself a set?
anywhere... ebay, salvage yards, used wheel shops, a neihbors mustang (he wont mind)..etc.... they are very common wheels, and very reasonably priced
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Old 01-30-06, 11:16 PM   #14
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lol what would they look like on a red fc... lol i think my import tuner buddies would shoot me if i was rolling mustang rims... lmfao
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lol what would they look like on a red fc... lol i think my import tuner buddies would shoot me if i was rolling mustang rims... lmfao
why? mustangs are just as much an import as an fc........ they may be put together here, but the parts are all made out of the country! and they are inexpensive 17's, id tell them to go hump a dead moose
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Does anyone know how to match tire sizes to rim sizes? I'll never know why tire and wheel manufacturers don't just put aside their differences and use the same damn scale. Like I need to know what size to put on my Turbo II so that the overall tire diameter is the same as stock because I dont know how to recalibrate the speedometer. Info on that would be good too, by the way. Also what is offset?
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Old 01-31-06, 08:42 AM   #17
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I got mine for $345 (including shipping, somehow the guy shipped for $45), with used tires on them. They're 245 width, they'll rub up front on hard cornering.

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yeah stang rims look great in high gloss black on a FC without wheel caps. And its funny without the caps you really can't tell they are from a mustang
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And its funny without the caps you really can't tell they are from a mustang
Yeah, I always get that, "no way, those are mustang rims??" usually from domestic car owners. People also act surprised that my auto-x wheels are from a Toyota Camry (15" BBS, gold, w/ falken azenis...cheap, look good, fit good). No pics though.
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I got mine on a mustang forum picked them up local for 250 with tires
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Ya those look better than FD wheels.
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I really like the way these look too... I've been drooling over TII-aholics car with those rims in black... I still can't decide if I like them in silver, black, or gold/bronze for my black car(some one has a black car with gold/bronze mustang rims floating around here some where... or maybe I'm just imagining it..) But has any one tried these other mustang rims? One set is off a late 90s GT I believe and the other is a recent cobra rim.. any one rocking either of these rims on their FC? One more question... is the center cap for the 5 spoke GT rims in all the previous pictures plastic?

Edit... are all the cars in the pictures lowered? any one have pictures of mustang rims and stock ride height?
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My center caps were plastic. I'm really not sure if I dropped my ride height, but I do have the KYB AGXs and the Eibach pro kit.
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If I get these I'm probably going to use Infini center caps
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few more pics of the rims.....

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