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Old 06-09-2013, 12:58 PM   #1
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Forgestar CF5 / Boss 302

CF5's in matte gunmetal....19X9.5 with 285/35/19 all the way around....just need to drop the rear end a bit tho ....daily driver, don't want to go to low...the front splitter is low enough as it is !!
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:38 PM   #3
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Love those wheels! Look good on your car.
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Thanks....much appreciated !!
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Very nice. Would you go for the 2013 GT 500 style?
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Don't get me wrong, the GT500 rims look great....but it seemed like everyone around here had those, or some sort of variation. I wanted to go with something different. The other reason I went with the CF5 was so I could reach through and clean the back sides of the rims....I couldn't do that with the stock Boss 302 wheels and it always bugged me to see all the brake dust. Call me crazy, but that was a factor in getting these wheels !!
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Love of CF5 wheels on your Boss OP! Those 19's look right at home in the wheel wells too. Like you mentioned, I think just leveling the rear will be perfect.

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Old 06-14-2013, 06:38 PM   #9
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Thanks Shane....as I've read before you represent AM very well...great customer service and true interest in our cars !

GrabberBlue....your car looks great....stance is perfect.....what suspension set up are you running ?
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Thanks Shane....as I've read before you represent AM very well...great customer service and true interest in our cars !

GrabberBlue....your car looks great....stance is perfect.....what suspension set up are you running ?
Thanks man, I'm running FRPP p springs with Koni strt's. I actually have Steeda ultralites on the way right now so it'll be just a tad lower and a little more level soon

Are you still running stock suspension?
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Old 06-15-2013, 12:23 PM   #11
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The stance of your car looks great !! I have a set of Steeda Boss specific rear springs to go on....and a adjustable panhard. With the offsets on the CF5's you can see that even with the stock suspension, the drivers side tire is sitting further outside the wheel well. It's not much, but enough to bug me. I didn't want to lower it to much, the splitter scrapes now....plus as I've gotten older (unfortunately !!!) comfort has become a little more important !!

The Steeda springs should about level it out....we shall see !!
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Thanks man, I'm running FRPP p springs with Koni strt's. I actually have Steeda ultralites on the way right now so it'll be just a tad lower and a little more level soon

Are you still running stock suspension?
Car looks great man, as does yours OP. Love those wheels.
Grabber dont think your gonna see much more of a drop in the rear with the ultralites. I have them with the koni str.ts as well, and the wheel gap in the rear is just about where mine is. You will definitely get more in the front tho.
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Car looks great man, as does yours OP. Love those wheels.
Grabber dont think your gonna see much more of a drop in the rear with the ultralites. I have them with the koni str.ts as well, and the wheel gap in the rear is just about where mine is. You will definitely get more in the front tho.
I don't want to mess up the OP's thread, I'll respond in my build thread
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I don't want to mess up the OP's thread, I'll respond in my build thread
Sounds good man
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Not a problem at all....I'm always interested in what everyone else is doing....get some great ideas that way !!
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Not a problem at all....I'm always interested in what everyone else is doing....get some great ideas that way !!
Amen man. But hey check out the steeda ultralite springs if you looking for a middle range drop. I got about 1.5 all around. Mines a daily driver as well, and i have yet to scape on anything!
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