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Old 03-09-2014, 01:46 PM   #1
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Will rims from a 2008 mustang fit on my 98 gt? Wondering if the lug pattern is the same. I hope. I can get a killer deal on some bullitt wheels
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Yes they will fit, but the offset is different. IMO they will look too recessed in the wheel wells on our cars. Plus the bullits from our years look way better.
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I could always put wheel spacers on the back. The deal is almost to good to pass up.
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Thats a possibility. It was just my opinion anyways. And worst case senario, I'm sure you could try to sell them if you didn't like em and get your money back.
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I got my new wheels yesterday. 18" bullitt wheels. Ill post a pic as soon as i pull it out of the garage and wash it. I did need 5/16" thick spacers on the front wheels to clear the brakes. They wouldve rubbed if i hadnt put them on. And i put 2" spacers on the back so the wheel sits flush with the wheel well. Gives it a more aggresive look. Next project... My exhaust.
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nice, I was thinking the same thing...
I am looking for new rims as well.. Do you know the offset for our cars?
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I looked it up and it says the wheel offset for 98 gt is 30 (1.18). Idk what that means but thats the offset
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