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Old 08-11-2015, 02:55 PM   #71
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Looks like they were available in 18x8 and 19x8.5 so without getting specs from the tire, no.
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Old 08-11-2015, 02:57 PM   #72
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Not to mention that picture is TERRIBLE. lol Can't make out the tire numbers.

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Looks like they were available in 18x8 and 19x8.5 so without getting specs from the tire, no.
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Question about tuner

Look like 18's

I have a similar set from a 2010 GT and they were 18's

And I believe they are 18x8. I could be wrong but that's what I think
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Actually, on closer inspection, there are differences in the 18" and 19". Those look like the 19".

18s: Ford Mustang 2011 18" Wheel Rim 3834

19s: Ford Mustang 2011 19" Wheel Rim 3812
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Old 08-11-2015, 03:15 PM   #75
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Aww man these are RAXIOM!!!! LOL

i AM NOT buying these XD Raxiom OEM Style V6 Mustang Fog Light kit 3500 (10-12 V6) - Free Shipping

I'm just gonna get the Auto headlamp switch on ebay and not worry about Fogs.
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I did Find these listed as 2012 Mustang 19" GT Rims on an old private sale ad.
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I know you can't rely on this though.
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Well between that and the info Au01st posted, I would like to think they are the 19x8.5s. I am a fan of the 19s personally (don't hate). So I was just double checking with the friendly peeps on here.
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Since this car has 100k miles, should i be worried about the flywheel or clutch?
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They look more like the 19-in. Premium Painted Luster-Nickel Aluminum Wheels offered in 2011. See page 21 of this brochure.

http://www.ford.com/services/assets/...stalCode=33602

They were 19" diameter. Not sure what width but I think 8.5".
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I have a set that looks like that which are 19's and were an upgrade.
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They look more like the 19-in. Premium Painted Luster-Nickel Aluminum Wheels offered in 2011. See page 21 of this brochure.

http://www.ford.com/services/assets/...stalCode=33602

They were 19" diameter. Not sure what width but I think 8.5".
And I saw the identical rims in the 2012 brochure as well.
I'm sure someone in this forum must have them and will chime in on the 8.5".
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mine are in the barn (winter shoes) I'll try and look later 8.5 sounds correct for mine. A classic look but think I prefer my PP rims better but since I live up north it ain't cool to run summer only s year round


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mine are in the barn (winter shoes) I'll try and look later 8.5 sounds correct for mine. A classic look but think I prefer my PP rims better but since I live up north it ain't cool to run summer only s year round


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Funny story - I used to raise chickens and roosters. lol.

Story: The town in TX I used to live in, people would fight them. Then when they were hurt, they would let them out in the wild. So I would catch them and take care of them. When I moved from that town, I had about 20 chickens and roosters that found a good home on a big farm.

I hand built my own cages, would dust for insects around their cages, etc. I even killed a possum attacking one of my roosters. Unfortunately, I was too late. The next day the rooster died due to infection. There were no avian doctors around there so I tried what little I could. It was sad.
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My property includes what used to be an egg farm.
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Funny story - I used to raise chickens and roosters. lol.

Story: The town in TX I used to live in, people would fight them. Then when they were hurt, they would let them out in the wild. So I would catch them and take care of them. When I moved from that town, I had about 20 chickens and roosters that found a good home on a big farm.

I hand built my own cages, would dust for insects around their cages, etc. I even killed a possum attacking one of my roosters. Unfortunately, I was too late. The next day the rooster died due to infection. There were no avian doctors around there so I tried what little I could. It was sad.
So I would venture a guess that you didn't eat these chickens that you saved.
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I'll double down and wager they tasted like chicken.....
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Aww maaaaannn I got kinda excited for a bit. Finally read this thread, went from excited, disappointed, sad, to hungry lol. But glad you are staying on the 3.7 forums! Those premium door panels tho. I'm assuming you aren't touching your wife's car now haha
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So did you get this car Kevin? Are you going to bring the auto to AM or this "new" one?
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To your question there's really no telling on the clutch. If it's been dumped slot of he's a slow release than it could need swapped soon. If he's good on a manual than it should be fine. These are all guesstimates though. If it slips you know it needs a clutch. Other than that you'll have no idea until it does slip.


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