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Old 05-19-2014, 05:41 PM   #1
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Rim decision! Help..

I can not decide on what rims I wants to put on the stang! Need some help on which ones you like better. It's between
Vossen VVSCV3 or the MMD on American Muscle. Staggered look I love but buying tires every year is a pain in the @ss.


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Old 05-19-2014, 05:43 PM   #2
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MMD's new wheels look good but Vossen's will always be superior. Get the Vossen's if you can afford them, if not the MMD's are a great alternative.
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I didn't check the price of the Vossen VVSCV3 before hand! Wow.. Guess that makes it little bit easier. On the staggered look have y'all seen 19x8.5 on front and 20x10 on rear? Or am I crazy..
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yea vossen's look awesome and if i could afford it, thats who i'd go with too.
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Old 05-20-2014, 04:07 PM   #5
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I'm just trying to finds some rims that would look good on a black mustang. I like the MMDs but not totally SOLD. Cosset looks amazing but at that price... Yeaaaa.

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Vossen* not cossets...
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Ordered these PUR forged wheels a couple weeks ago. Way pricey, bu they look BA. We will see what they look like on a mustang. They are directional, so this is a left side wheel shown.
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Not feeling those above ^. They look like a factory Chevrolet wheel on a Cavalier or Cruz or something.
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Def not a bowtie wheel! LOL We are tired of having the same wheels everyone else seems to run, so going a different route.
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I like'em. Rim colors will work great on your stang.
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Ordered these PUR forged wheels a couple weeks ago. Way pricey, bu they look BA. We will see what they look like on a mustang. They are directional, so this is a left side wheel shown.
Freaking sweet a$$ wheels. Post ASAP when on!!
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I can not decide on what rims I wants to put on the stang! Need some help on which ones you like better. It's between
Vossen VVSCV3 or the MMD on American Muscle. Staggered look I love but buying tires every year is a pain in the @ss.
Looks like these guys pointed you in the right direction. The Vossen and MMD Wheel's are very similar. The main difference is price. When it comes to quality, the Vossen Wheel is more high-end but I wouldn't look past the quality of an MMD product. I've seen these Wheels first hand on our Supercharged 2014 GT (Project MMD) and they're incredible. Fit, finish, durability, quality etc.. is all up to par for sure!

We run 20x9 and 20x10 on our car and that's the set up I would recommend. Perfect fitment and the staggered wheels make the car look even more aggressive!

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future! I'd be happy to supply more feedback.

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go with the gun metal gray ones
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You should check out the silver kmc wheel package on late model restoration. The whole setup staggered with nitto tires is only 1760 dollars or somewhere right around that. They look just like the vossens and are good quality.
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Old 06-15-2014, 07:23 PM   #14
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I always thought vossen are overpriced, they are nothing more than low pressure cast rims, for the price they charge you can get at least a stronger and lighter rotary forged setup.

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Looks like these guys pointed you in the right direction. The Vossen and MMD Wheel's are very similar. The main difference is price. When it comes to quality, the Vossen Wheel is more high-end but I wouldn't look past the quality of an MMD product. I've seen these Wheels first hand on our Supercharged 2014 GT (Project MMD) and they're incredible. Fit, finish, durability, quality etc.. is all up to par for sure!

We run 20x9 and 20x10 on our car and that's the set up I would recommend. Perfect fitment and the staggered wheels make the car look even more aggressive!

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future! I'd be happy to supply more feedback.

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Dan, Can you run 10.5 concaves offset +40 in the rear without any problems?
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My Forgestars are 20x11 with +56 offset.
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