Originally Posted by SixerStanger
haha ik but im 17 and my dad seems to think that it will and so does the ford dealer near me but i was pretty sure it didnt
It "technically" shouldn't. But....
the d-bag service manager at my dealership blamed a pad/rotor issue (which I had before my aftermarket wheels ) on the aftermarket wheels. They were kind enough to give me a 1 time pad replacement. But they said that was all they would do. Which didn't solve the issue as it was rotor related. And no, at that point I hadn't tracked the car, had any accidents, gone full lockup from high speed, or anything more than occasional "spirited" driving.
I ultimately upgraded the rear rotor and pads and that solved the issue.
2011 Black Mustang GT Premium
Corsa XO & Sport AB/Airaid/Bama 93R
Best 1/4 mile to date 60' 2.009
12.538 ET @112.33
100+ Deg 85 Hum RPR 3PM 1/2 tank street tires