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Old 09-26-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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20s or 19s?

2012 GT, daily driver and never tracked.

I am thinking about staggered amr's.

So, 20s or 19s?
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Depends, 20's are heavier, they fill the gap more and tires are cheaper. 19's are lighter, and tires are more expensive
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Gotta love those cheap AMR wheels.
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2012 GT, daily driver and never tracked.

I am thinking about staggered amr's.

So, 20s or 19s?
Sve drifts are much better. Don't know if there are 19s though. 18s still look awesome and have decent tire prices. Not to mention sve drifts are alot lighter than AMRs. No offense to American muscle either but their wheels have horrible paint quality and everyone complains about paint peel,scratching, and other issues. Not worth it IMO
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F*ck no to 20's. They're okay at best on our 05-14's but I think 19's are the best looking wheels for our 'Stangs. I had 18in Black Bullits on my V6 and now I'm perfectly happy with my GT premium 19inchers.

Only problem with 19s are you may not find them in the cool combos dealers have, so in the long run you may spend a little more for rubber but to me, it's the only option.
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Depends, 20's are heavier, they fill the gap more and tires are cheaper. 19's are lighter, and tires are more expensive
such a hard decision
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19's will have a better ride quality than 20's but 20's will fill the gap better. I would do 19's if I was you. I'm actually looking to put 18's in my boss but for other reasons
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Depends on what you want. 20s look amazing on 05+ Mustangs, but will be a little heavier, will ride harder because of the lower profile tire, and you will handle a little worse. But if you never race it then you should have no worry.
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19's will have a better ride quality than 20's but 20's will fill the gap better. I would do 19's if I was you. I'm actually looking to put 18's in my boss but for other reasons
Does that mean you would potentially be parting ways with the Boss rims??
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Does that mean you would potentially be parting ways with the Boss rims??
Bahaha funny man I doubt you would find a set of these for sell. I saw once somewhere where you could buy OEM ford ones but it's been awhile

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BTW the 18's are gonna have track only tires on them
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There hard to fine. I have the original ford racing laguna seca19's, that I bought off a guy that took them off his laguna seca
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Thanks for all the input. I think I am going to stick with 19s.
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Thanks for all the input. I think I am going to stick with 19s.
Good choice
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Bahaha funny man I doubt you would find a set of these for sell. I saw once somewhere where you could buy OEM ford ones but it's been awhile

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BTW the 18's are gonna have track only tires on them
There are oem Boss wheels on eBay right now. They claim to be oem at least. For $1600 they should be
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There are oem Boss wheels on eBay right now. They claim to be oem at least. For $1600 they should be
Lol I'll still mine for $1599.99 and that includes delivery
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19's will have a better ride quality than 20's but 20's will fill the gap better. I would do 19's if I was you. I'm actually looking to put 18's in my boss but for other reasons


20's look better WAY better pretty much the biggest one can fit on ,
plus lowered and you have a nice stance like mine.
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I'd personally go with 19's and lowered, but that's just me.
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