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Old 06-15-2014, 08:39 AM   #1
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Looking for these type of rims . Does anyone know where I can find them ? What kind are they . Or anything similar to them . Thanks for the help Click image for larger version

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Old 06-15-2014, 12:36 PM   #2
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Late model has the sve series 1 wheels that look like that. I was looking into those too, but way out of my budget.
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Old 06-15-2014, 03:48 PM   #3
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I'll check them out thanks
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Love my sve series 1 wheels!Click image for larger version

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Old 06-15-2014, 04:50 PM   #5
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I usually don't like verts but yours is by far the best looking one I've seen!
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Went on late model last night and was looking at the series 1 and they don't list them for the 05 and up . Will they fit ?
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Ok one question ( I've found the rims I like ) should I go with 18x 8.5 front 18x9.5 rear for the staggered look . But not be able to rotate . Or go the same all around . What do you think . Need some opinions
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I usually don't like verts but yours is by far the best looking one I've seen!

Wow thank you so much!
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Ok one question ( I've found the rims I like ) should I go with 18x 8.5 front 18x9.5 rear for the staggered look . But not be able to rotate . Or go the same all around . What do you think . Need some opinions

Depends on what you like. I think you should do the staggered though
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That is one damn fine looking vert you got there.

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Went on late model last night and was looking at the series 1 and they don't list them for the 05 and up . Will they fit ?
Backspacing is different for 05-14 than 94-04.

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Depends on what you like. I think you should do the staggered though
Staggered is good if you just like going in a straight line but you'll get a lot of understeer if you like going around corners. There are pretty much two looks that look good on our cars. A staggered setup with an 8 or 9" up front and 10-10.5" out back OR 9" wide all around with 265 or 275s all around. The latter is for handling, the former is for just straight line. Although one should get a good set of hubcentric spacers for the 9" wide all around so the rear tires aren't so tucked in IMO.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:30 PM   #14
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Thanks for the help . I think I might go with these with 9 all around . Might have to Eilat though . Just found out the daughter is breaking up with her boyfriend and wants to move back home and stay in the basement for a while and wants me to get it finished for her . That will be well over 10 k for that . Have to see what happens
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Holy crap 700 a rim . There's no way I can afford that
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Are you sure that's not for all 4?
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That's what I thought so I went through the check out . Nope it's for each rim
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Hows aboot AMRs?
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Holy crap 700 a rim . There's no way I can afford that
XXRs should be 700 for the set. The wheel they are copying (CCW Classics) would be in that 700/wheel range though hopefully not quite that much. If you want another CCW Classic knock off look at Varrstoen ES7s as well
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Thanks for the info I'll look them up today
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Honestly with the amount of "replica" wheels out for the Mustang there is no reason to pay more than $600 for a whole set of rims. If you shop around for tires you can get a really good deal too. I paid under $1300 for a full wheel/tire set by not going with one of the canned wheel/tire combos and that was including a $80 mount/balance locally. Also, that was with BF Goodrichs, not some crappy tire with a rock hard compound.
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Old 06-19-2014, 11:21 AM   #24
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Been looking all over for good prices . Been finding so good deals . I'll keep looking until I find just the right style and price . And when my daughter decides exactly what she's doing
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