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Old 12-08-2004, 07:02 PM   #1
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What up everybody out there? Quick question here. I want to sell my rims to my buddy. I have the 01GT base model rims. Will they fit on his 98v6 with no mods? If not what mods? (rotors) Thanks for your help! ....Js281GT....late
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I have an 01GT w/ frpp 3:73's, sportline springs, wms cold-air w/95mm mass-air, (ceramic) BBK equal length headers (ceramic) mac 70mm t. body, trickflow intake plenium, mac pro-chamber, flowmaster catback, Nitto drags, NX N20 150hp jets, & some good predator tuning! Best E.T. 11.79 @ 118.4mph :drive:

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Old 12-08-2004, 07:09 PM   #2
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theyll bolt right up, dont even need rotors
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mine are from a 99 but 99+ have them also.
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yep, bolt right up.

Since we're on wheels, aren't the 05s different than 94-04?
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Old 12-09-2004, 10:48 AM   #5
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Most likely, I am really suprises ford lets my rims fit on the v6's.
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I have an 01GT w/ frpp 3:73's, sportline springs, wms cold-air w/95mm mass-air, (ceramic) BBK equal length headers (ceramic) mac 70mm t. body, trickflow intake plenium, mac pro-chamber, flowmaster catback, Nitto drags, NX N20 150hp jets, & some good predator tuning! Best E.T. 11.79 @ 118.4mph :drive:

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They're all 5-lug axles... The only difference is the housing size (7.5 vs 8.8)
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