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Old 05-21-2013, 05:59 PM   #1
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2013 Black 5.0 Mustang need help!

I need help finding some rims to put on this bad boy. Throw me some suggestions! I have been looking at this set up. Staggered Piano Black Forgestar CF5 Mustang Wheel & Sumitomo Tire Kit - 19x9/10 (05-14 All) KIT||29616||29617||63036||63037 - Free Shipping!
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Love my charcoal AMRs. Pretty popular wheel, but IMO cant beat the look for the price.

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I love those rims but they are out of stock for the black 20" rim till July. Trying to think of a rim that is similar.
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I love those rims but they are out of stock for the black 20" rim till July. Trying to think of a rim that is similar.
Check out the RTR rims. They are very similar.
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Stay away from sumitomo tires. If you have money for Forgestars then you have a little more for better rubber. In that kind of price range, look into Vossens as well. Both companies make some of the highest quality wheels for the s197. Don't jump on a certain wheel and tire package because its in stock and you're impatient. Take your time, shop around. Don't be turned off by purchasing your wheels from one place and tires from another. As far as tires go, what is your situation and goals? Are you looking for top notch all seasons or a great summer tire with good tread life? Do you plan on AutoXing your car or Drag Racing? Or do you want the best bang for your buck on the streets, especially the twisties?
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I'm looking for the best bang for my buck. I won't be driving during the winter with the wheels and tires I'm gonna get so they will only be used during warmer weather and rain. I'm not gonna drag race the car is my daily driver. But I would like to keep the speed as much as possible. I want to get 20" inch rims to feel the gap and I'm looking for all black gloss. I like the clean 5 spoke wheel but I do like the AMR design. Overall just throw what you think would look good on the car. Definitely want to go with the staggered look and wide tires. I've always wanted a mustang muscle car. So I'm not holding back on making it look good. I drive this car like I stole it if that helps. With that 6 speed how can you not right?
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I'm looking for the best bang for my buck. I won't be driving during the winter with the wheels and tires I'm gonna get so they will only be used during warmer weather and rain. I'm not gonna drag race the car is my daily driver. But I would like to keep the speed as much as possible. I want to get 20" inch rims to feel the gap and I'm looking for all black gloss. I like the clean 5 spoke wheel but I do like the AMR design. Overall just throw what you think would look good on the car. Definitely want to go with the staggered look and wide tires. I've always wanted a mustang muscle car. So I'm not holding back on making it look good. I drive this car like I stole it if that helps. With that 6 speed how can you not right?
Like i said check out the RTR rims. They are very similar. Dont come in a gloss black, but they have a dark charcoal. Only thing is, they dont make them in a 20".
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I'm looking for the best bang for my buck. I won't be driving during the winter with the wheels and tires I'm gonna get so they will only be used during warmer weather and rain. I'm not gonna drag race the car is my daily driver. But I would like to keep the speed as much as possible. I want to get 20" inch rims to feel the gap and I'm looking for all black gloss. I like the clean 5 spoke wheel but I do like the AMR design. Overall just throw what you think would look good on the car. Definitely want to go with the staggered look and wide tires. I've always wanted a mustang muscle car. So I'm not holding back on making it look good. I drive this car like I stole it if that helps. With that 6 speed how can you not right?
Stay away from 20's. The only advantage is having a broader selection of tires. They are very heavy and will take away performance and MPG. Unless you put lowering springs on, 20's will make your car sit like a pickup truck. Wheel gap will not be eliminated. 19's on the other hand, look great, have a good selection of tires, and widths for wheels. Minimum I would buy Eibach prokit springs, a adjustable Panhard bar, new strut mounts, and Eibach camber bolts. Definitely go with Forgestars or Vossens. Run a 9" in the front and a 10" in the rear. With 255's-275's up front and some 275's-305's in the rear. Look in to Michelin Pilot Super Sports, Nitto NT555's, or Mickey Tompson Street Comps. Don't forget about new TPMS sensors or swapping your factory ones. Good luck

Here's my wheels, they're 2013 GT500 replicas from AM in Gloss Black.
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Stay away from 20's. The only advantage is having a broader selection of tires. They are very heavy and will take away performance and MPG. Unless you put lowering springs on, 20's will make your car sit like a pickup truck. Wheel gap will not be eliminated. 19's on the other hand, look great, have a good selection of tires, and widths for wheels. Minimum I would buy Eibach prokit springs, a adjustable Panhard bar, new strut mounts, and Eibach camber bolts. Definitely go with Forgestars or Vossens. Run a 9" in the front and a 10" in the rear. With 255's-275's up front and some 275's-305's in the rear. Look in to Michelin Pilot Super Sports, Nitto NT555's, or Mickey Tompson Street Comps. Don't forget about new TPMS sensors or swapping your factory ones. Good luck

Here's my wheels, they're 2013 GT500 replicas from AM in Gloss Black.
+1. I completely agree, especially about staying away from 20s.
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Stay away from 20's. The only advantage is having a broader selection of tires. They are very heavy and will take away performance and MPG. Unless you put lowering springs on, 20's will make your car sit like a pickup truck. Wheel gap will not be eliminated. 19's on the other hand, look great, have a good selection of tires, and widths for wheels. Minimum I would buy Eibach prokit springs, a adjustable Panhard bar, new strut mounts, and Eibach camber bolts. Definitely go with Forgestars or Vossens. Run a 9" in the front and a 10" in the rear. With 255's-275's up front and some 275's-305's in the rear. Look in to Michelin Pilot Super Sports, Nitto NT555's, or Mickey Tompson Street Comps. Don't forget about new TPMS sensors or swapping your factory ones. Good luck

Here's my wheels, they're 2013 GT500 replicas from AM in Gloss Black.
I really like what you did with you're mustang. Looks very sharp. Those rims are 19's right? Looks like the perfect size on you're mustang. Do you know of any rims that look close to the AMR and those GT500's in gloss black? I've been looking around and it's pretty hard to find anything. Not really looking for performance rims.
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These would look sick on your beauty! Mrr concave
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Staggered Black AMR Style Mustang Wheel & Mickey Thompson Tire Kit - 19x8.5/10 (05-14 All) KIT||33783||33784||79539||79540 - Free Shipping!
Been talking to the guys at American muscle. I think I'm gonna go with this set up. He told me the Micky Thompson tires are great. What do you guys think?
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Staggered Black AMR Style Mustang Wheel & Mickey Thompson Tire Kit - 19x8.5/10 (05-14 All) KIT||33783||33784||79539||79540 - Free Shipping!
Been talking to the guys at American muscle. I think I'm gonna go with this set up. He told me the Micky Thompson tires are great. What do you guys think?
I heard they hook awesome. I think when my tires r finished im gonna go that route and get some wheels wrapped in mickeys as well.
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Staggered Black AMR Style Mustang Wheel & Mickey Thompson Tire Kit - 19x8.5/10 (05-14 All) KIT||33783||33784||79539||79540 - Free Shipping!
Been talking to the guys at American muscle. I think I'm gonna go with this set up. He told me the Micky Thompson tires are great. What do you guys think?
The Mickey thompson street comps are a bada$$ tire. They hook extremely well, and if you try, you can really get some good milage out of them. Ive had them on 2 previous cars, and will soon be ordering a rear pair for my AMRs.
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go with the vossens they look bad *** on any car
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Forgestar CF5's, 19X9.5 front and rear...deep concave with 285/35/19's
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