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Old 05-14-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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What set of wheels

Is everyone riding? Looking to add a new set to the 65 coupe and 68 fastback but not sure what would look the best
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What look are you going for?
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What look are you going for?
For the fastback I want a nice street look. Something along the lines of bullit rims and unsure for the coupe. Not sure if you can see my default picture but the rims on the classic mustang is something I would like. Just not sure who makes them or what style they are
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They look like the American racing rims. I have them on my car
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They look like the American racing rims. I have them on my car
What size are you running? Looks like 17s or 18s?
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Plus I don't know anything about wheels except for size. Unaware of what the back spacing is, what off setting is. Anyone care to enlighten me with wheels 101?
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I have 17s and best way is look it up on youtube
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Heres a better comparison of the two rims. The ones on the classic, the spokes to appear thinner on the newer model mustang. Took a look at American racing and summits 5 series and they're pretty close to each other but don't seam to be the same set of wheels as the ones I'm looking for
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Did you look up american racing? Try cjponyparts
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