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u should look for some bullits instead. im sure u can find a nice set with good tires for not so much. i dont like that style of wheels
 

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200 ain't bad at all I don't think... I could sell the ones I have now for 300-350 and get some bullits

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Gonna try to talk him down to 100 if I go to him
 

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I think those are the option '96-98 GT wheels. The 94-5's had those awful 3/6 spoke wheels.
 

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How much it cost to get rims recromed? Dude said he had some cobra r to but the chrome was coming off because of grass sitting on them
 

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It's extremely expensive to tech time rims. I have a set of bullit rims off a cobra on my stang and the chrome is also coming off of mine. Look into powder coating. It's about 150 to get a set done and that's what I'm going to do to mine. Probably black on the spokes in the middle and chrome on the outside.
 

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Yeah those are 98 GT rims, they were an option and I think they are 18's. 94 - 95 GT's had the option for 17 inch tri-bar rims and 96 - 97 GT's had a 17 inch 5 spoke option.
 

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Yeah you can fit those on a 17 but you might have to stretch them to do it which most shops will not do. Off road 4x4 shops usually will do it though.
 

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Yeah they should fit if you put them on another 17, but I wouldn't think they can fit on an 18.

Also can I ask if you had to do any mods to get those 05 rims to fit on your car? Or did they bolt up fine? This is something I have always wondered as I thought about getting newer rims for my 2000.
 
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