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Old 08-05-2013, 03:06 AM   #1
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All red mustangs!

If your mustang is red.

Could you put your picture up with your black wheels? And also state the info on it?

I have been looking over hundreds of black wheels for my car, and have never decided which is the best and made me feel comfortable. So I need fresh set of pictures to look at to get the gasp of what I really want. ___.

Don't bashhh me. I did look on tire rack, carid, etc.
I still don't know what will look good on a red stang
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These are off the 2013 California Special
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These are my winter tires. Not crazy about them, but the black is better than stock.
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I've got forgestars f14s on mine
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is this for all models ?
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Found a customer submitted photo on our site for you! Check other customer submitted photos under any of our wheel's product page. Hopefully it will help you decide!

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is this for all models ?
Yes sir.

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You guys have a such nice car with the wheels!


But it seems I'll be leaning on deep dish or offset by -few.

Would love to see more if guys out there is willing to share!
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Yes sir.

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You guys have a such nice car with the wheels!

But it seems I'll be leaning on deep dish or offset by -few.

Would love to see more if guys out there is willing to share!
How about deep concave?
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Found a customer submitted photo on our site for you! Check other customer submitted photos under any of our wheel's product page. Hopefully it will help you decide!

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How about deep concave?
Quite like them. But still looking for the good one.
Thinking maybe I should go ahead and talk to tire shop and try see if they can find the proper sizes I wanted?


Anyway. Here's picture of what I'm looking at.

It's in a order. So just say the number you think would look good with my mustang.
I love deep dish or off set by pretty good amount.
But I just can never stick to one. .__.
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OK before I respond to your question: do you have a price max, what year model do you have, do you have Brembo's? Are you looking for gloss black, matte black, black chrome, does it matter? Do you have a preference on size 18/19/20? Width? 8.5/9/9.5/10/10.5? Staggered or matching? I have been looking myself the last couple of days.
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OK before I respond to your question: do you have a price max, what year model do you have, do you have Brembo's? Are you looking for gloss black, matte black, black chrome, does it matter? Do you have a preference on size 18/19/20? Width? 8.5/9/9.5/10/10.5? Staggered or matching? I have been looking myself the last couple of days.
I prefer to stay within 18 or 19 because of comfort / Peformance.
I like fat tires, so it can be up to 10.5. (Fatter on rear. Front little bit thinner. But height would need to stay same. Don't think tall on rear and short on front would look right.)
I like darker color, so matte black. Something that can handle hard rocks daily without peeling so much.
I have no modded brake system, so it would go on a stock brake.

2007 GT.
I prefer to stay under 2 grand. But if I find right one that I would love to have, then perhaps I will spend little bit more than expected.
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I prefer to stay within 18 or 19 because of comfort / Peformance.
I like fat tires, so it can be up to 10.5. (Fatter on rear. Front little bit thinner. But height would need to stay same. Don't think tall on rear and short on front would look right.)
I like darker color, so matte black. Something that can handle hard rocks daily without peeling so much.
I have no modded brake system, so it would go on a stock brake.

2007 GT.
I prefer to stay under 2 grand. But if I find right one that I would love to have, then perhaps I will spend little bit more than expected.
$2k for just wheels or wheels and tires?
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$2k for just wheels or wheels and tires?
Apologizes.
This part is where I think I would put "depends" line on.
Because there's some wheels that doesn't include with tires. Both would be nice. If given the right wheels, I'd probably be likely to spend more for the tires too.
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Gotcha, I'll get back at you in a bit.
Haha, ight thanks for helping out.
Meanwhile I'm going keep on looking!
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Avant Garde M350's
20X9 +35 front 245/30/20 achilles atr sport
20X10 +45 rear 275/35/20
I spent right around $2,000 for wheels & tires.
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Avant Garde M350's
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20X10 +45 rear 275/35/20
I spent right around $2,000 for wheels & tires.
How much do they weigh?
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Here's mine...

Avant Garde M350's
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20X10 +45 rear 275/35/20
I spent right around $2,000 for wheels & tires.
Those wheels looks nice, weight?
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$2k for just wheels or wheels and tires?
I spent close to 2200
And I got my wheels like 1/2 price
Forgestars f14s
If you want lightweight forged wheels then yes :p
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How much do they weigh?
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Those wheels looks nice, weight?
Excellent question guys! I honestly don't know?!

Let me pull them off and weigh them for you...
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Excellent question guys! I honestly don't know?!

Let me pull them off and weigh them for you...
Lmao thanks bro
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Bruuuuuu bruuu bruuuuuuuu (<--air tool sounds)

Ok, here's what I've got.

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Now this is with tires, sorry I don't know what they weighed without but I do recall the packing slip on my tires saying they weighed 61lbs. for 1 front tire and 1 rear tire together. I guess you could figure tire weight being 30lbs. for the front and 31lbs. for the rear tire that would estimate
The front wheel around 25.4lbs. for the front and 27.4lbs. For the rear.

Now my question is, does anyone know what the stock "19 premium wheels weigh?
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Bruuuuuu bruuu bruuuuuuuu (<--air tool sounds)

Ok, here's what I've got.

I've got the front wheel weighing in at 55.4lbs.

and the rear weighing in a 57.4lbs.
Now this is with tires, sorry I don't know what they weighed without but I do recall the packing slip on my tires saying they weighed 61lbs. for 1 front tire and 1 rear tire together. I guess you could figure tire weight being 30lbs. for the front and 31lbs. for the rear tire that would estimate
The front wheel around 25.4lbs. for the front and 27.4lbs. For the rear.

Now my question is, does anyone know what the stock "19 premium wheels weigh?
I'm shocked that you actually did that lol
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I'm shocked that you actually did that lol
At least we all know primer's man of his word.
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At least we all know primer's man of his word.
Nah, I was out doing some drifting today so I had the stockers on. Gonna give these a thorough cleaning after I get drunk.
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Nah, I was out doing some drifting today so I had the stockers on. Gonna give these a thorough cleaning after I get drunk.
Oh ight. Cool.
Don't DUI tho man, lol.
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Oh ight. Cool.
Don't DUI tho man, lol.
Hell no! I'm in for the night.

Well, I might go outside and preload my coilovers. So I'm in and slightly outside for the night but not behind the wheel. Lol
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Nah, I was out doing some drifting today so I had the stockers on. Gonna give these a thorough cleaning after I get drunk.
I would clean them before drinking lol
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I would clean them before drinking lol
Man, I'm meticulous when I'm on the sauce. Shot gets done!
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Hell no! I'm in for the night.

Well, I might go outside and preload my coilovers. So I'm in and slightly outside for the night but not behind the wheel. Lol
Ight good deal man.
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Back to subject guys ahhh. Lol.
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Go chrome with red!!! Looks clean!
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Go chrome with red!!! Looks clean!
Those are nice pictures man.
I'm just going with black wheels now, because in my opinion it adds the sinister style to it.
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