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Old 04-06-2014, 09:46 AM   #1
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Hey was wondering if the 05 gt 18' rims will work on my 2000 base model i picked them up at really good price so im not hurt either way..?
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If they are 19/9.5. You will need a half inch spacer to make them work. I herd someone say they rub, but I am not %100 sure.
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There 18,s so the bolt pat is cool
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Old 04-06-2014, 12:23 PM   #4
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Bolt pattern is the same but the offset is different I believe. They may sit in the fender wells like stock or worse.
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the offset is different. on the rears you have to flip the quad shocks, easily bend some brake line brackets and push the exhaust pipes in a little. IDK about the fronts. Can you test them out first?

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whats the offset for a 2000 mustang
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I was looking at getting hyper black Roush 20s for my car. The problem is(I wrote 19 instead of 18) the extra half inch in is too far in. 2000 can fit a 18/8 and 20/7.5. You can get wider but they have to be off set more. I could not find a 1/2" spacer and would have to get a 1" spacer. Found someone on a form who put new rims on and said they rub with a full turn. He did not say if he had 18s or 20s. The guy was not forth coming on weather or not he used wheel spacers.
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Are you worried about wheel spacers messing up your lug nuts or maybe even breaking? Go for it if you trust them. But if you're not 100% about the wheel spacers than wait til you find the perfect fitting rims

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