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Old 04-13-2016, 02:51 PM   #1
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Bought some used fr500 s for my stang, concerns.

So I bought me a set of 7 black fr500 wheels. 4 comes with tires

2 are 18x10 with decent tires but there's some camber wear on sides, are these useable?

2 are 18x9 with offset 22 but one wheel is cracked. I won't use that one.

Other 3 are 18x9 with offset of 65. Only one wheel is useable right now.

If I use the tires than I will only need one 275 35 18 for me to install wheels.

Can I use the same 18x9 up front but one with 22 offset and other 65 or will that damage car?

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I wouldn't recommend doing that. The 22 offset wheel will sit close to flush while the other will be sunken in quite a lot. It could quite possibly cause the car to pull while driving as well.
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Thanks So you think these two wheels could be fixed to use?

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Yah a wheel shop should be able to fix at least one of those.
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Yes a wheel repair facility can repair them both....one is pretty minor the other may require welding and machining....probably $100 to $150 each. Since I am on the West Coast I really can't comment on the $$$. For $300 to $350 you could have them widened to 10" or 11" wide....just a thought.
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Yes a wheel repair facility can repair them both....one is pretty minor the other may require welding and machining....probably $100 to $150 each. Since I am on the West Coast I really can't comment on the $$$. For $300 to $350 you could have them widened to 10" or 11" wide....just a thought.
He could buy two new 18x10 reps for that price...
I do agree that a decent shop could repair the damage done to both wheels.
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