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Old 07-16-2013, 12:18 PM   #1
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I'm looking at options for new wheels. Trying to get some opinions from some peers. What do you guys think?

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I love Bullitts (going to actually order some probably today) but on your car i would go with the AMR wheels
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Old 07-16-2013, 12:21 PM   #3
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I'm thinking the top left

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I love Bullitts (going to actually order some probably today) but on your car i would go with the AMR wheels
Yeah everyone uses the amr's. I love the bullets myself I'm just skeptical on how they would look on the newer models.
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I like all your choices a lot, what do you think would look best on your car... oh, and you never said what size you wanted.
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Old 07-16-2013, 12:33 PM   #5
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I like all your choices a lot, what do you think would look best on your car... oh, and you never said what size you wanted.
If I could see someone who had the bullits on my model that would be great. And I want to go 19 staggered.
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If I could see someone who had the bullits on my model that would be great. And I want to go 19 staggered.
Google is your best bet for finding pictures like that. Or see if AM has pictures.
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Google the Boss 302S Laguna Seca wheels. I have the Brushed aluminum with black accents.
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Old 07-16-2013, 03:19 PM   #8
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Here's the wheels I like...

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Old 07-17-2013, 11:24 AM   #9
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Well if your not set on a staggered set. I have a brand new set of 4 19x8.5 gloss black AMR wheels like your top right picture for $550/shipped. That would save you about $120 of a set from American Racing. There still in boxes. Its also the style wheels I have on my car.
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I don't think you could go wrong with any of the options you chose
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Yeah I'm wanting to go staggered. And everyone on base that has a mustang has the AMRs. That's why I think I'm gonna go with the torque thrust. Top left
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Yeah I'm wanting to go staggered. And everyone on base that has a mustang has the AMRs. That's why I think I'm gonna go with the torque thrust. Top left
Yes defiantly go staggered it looks so bada$$. You may buy tires a several thousand miles earlier but a 245 or 255 front with a 275 or 285 rear really look cool!!!
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I have Foose Speeds on mine. 19 x 9.5 and I really dig the look. Everyone has bullets or AMR's... Thats fine. I just like to not look the same as all the stangs in my area. The look good but I wanted to go with something different. Everywhere I go Mustang guys ask me about the wheels and what are they etc. Even Camaro and Challenger owners too.

Lots of wheels to choose from other than what AM has. Enkei makes quite a few wheels that fit our cars as well as Forgestar, American Racing etc. Check Tire Rack and punch in your vehicle and year and tons of wheels come up.

These are mine. I just got them on and every l.ight or lot someone is asking me about them

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I have Foose Speeds on mine. 19 x 9.5 and I really dig the look. Everyone has bullets or AMR's... Thats fine. I just like to not look the same as all the stangs in my area. The look good but I wanted to go with something different. Everywhere I go Mustang guys ask me about the wheels and what are they etc. Even Camaro and Challenger owners too.

Lots of wheels to choose from other than what AM has. Enkei makes quite a few wheels that fit our cars as well as Forgestar, American Racing etc. Check Tire Rack and punch in your vehicle and year and tons of wheels come up.

These are mine. I just got them on and every l.ight or lot someone is asking me about them
Reason I got my Bullitts is cause my car is a Bullitt. Gotta keep em lol
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You should also look into whether the torque thrust will clear big brakes if you plan on upgrading yours in the future.
I have the Foose nitrous and I know mine can't clear brembos...
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I bought the car with these

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They are the GT options for 2011+ I believe.
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They are the GT options for 2011+ I believe.
What did you pay for the 2011 premium wheels? I have a set in excellent condition with TPMS shipped for $750.
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What did you pay for the 2011 premium wheels? I have a set in excellent condition with TPMS shipped for $750.
I paid 300 w/ TPMS and Pirellis. The whole set had less than 15k on them when the owner swapped them out.
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This is how it looks now

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I paid 300 for mine /w TPSM and great pzero's


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That's a good deal. Did you use Clist? bought a set of those a couple weeks ago for 150.00 but the tires were completely bald.
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Try these....

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Those are the ones! I bought them as soon as I saw them. I was thinking 30" rims would look good on the stang.

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You should also look into whether the torque thrust will clear big brakes if you plan on upgrading yours in the future.
I have the Foose nitrous and I know mine can't clear brembos...
I love the look of your car.. Love the rims
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Would DUBS fit a mustang?
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I love the look of your car.. Love the rims
Thanks! Only downside is I won't be able to upgrade the brakes in the future

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I like the bullit black matte style. Looks very aggressive
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My brother has matte black American Racing bullits. They are pretty cool.
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