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Mustang Rims

Hey, just need a quick answer on this.


I heard from someone that I needed backspacing and from another that I dont
... which is it?
2007 Mustang Rim


2007, Mustang 16" "10 spoke" set of 4 mags


Confused!
Thanx for quick replies, need to either purchase or find something else before Saturday.


Ugh. Just saw in a search that I need 2inch spacers. Anyone happen to have any of those?

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*shudder*

07 Stang rims? Just get some Bullet's from a 03ish GT
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It's a good deal, might replace the rims somewhere down the line

but 400 for brand new tires/wheels is nice.
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Those tires are going to look so tiny on your truck. Even if you lower it.
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didnt they change the bolt pattern on the 05+ stangs to metric?
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no there are the same but the back spacing is even worse then 04 down.. you will need atleast 1" spacers/adapters
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I'd put a bit bigger sized tire on them and run stock height.
I like those rims.
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no.

just no..

find deep dish rims or stock rims.. not those..
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To fit the 04 and older, you'd need 7/16 spacers and run no center cap on the wheel.

To fit '05+, you'd need probably a 1" spacer to make them fit, due to the even more sucked in wheel design.


Those tires are going to look soooo small on your truck even with it dropped. If it were coil sprung, it'd fill the wheel well nicely though. What are those? 235/60r16's?
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i have 16" gt from a 96 on my 92,they just fit if i get the 17"bullits i know you will need a 1" spacer
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there are so many good mustang rims out there

cobra r's
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Those tires are going to look so tiny on your truck. Even if you lower it.
Yep. Its like a 25.5-26inch tire? 245/45/17?
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didnt they change the bolt pattern on the 05+ stangs to metric?
Yup, from 5x4.5, to 5x114.3mm.


















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Stock tire size=235/75R15.... about the same size.

Who knows, I just want alittle larger then stock on Pro Comp 7089s.
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Stock tire size=235/75R15.... about the same size.

Who knows, I just want alittle larger then stock on Pro Comp 7089s.
thats a 28 inch diameter tire, those are prob around 27 or so which is smaller and wont look right even if you drop it.

I had no problem filling my wheel wells with 25's....

I also have 1.5" adapters laying around along with 17 inch rims and tires with no use for them lol
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Katie dont put those on the B3K, please. They look like the "chrome" hubcaps from walmart that are $15. God awful, absolutely awful. Save the $400. Save it. You said in another thread you make like $7/hr, $400 can go a long way. Please don't do it especially if you are going to get different wheels in the future.
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he's got a point, make up your mind then spend your money accordingly
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Katie dont put those on the B3K, please. They look like the "chrome" hubcaps from walmart that are $15. God awful, absolutely awful. Save the $400. Save it. You said in another thread you make like $7/hr, $400 can go a long way. Please don't do it especially if you are going to get different wheels in the future.
hell for 400 you could buy my rims and tires, to bad your in florida.
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thats a 28 inch diameter tire, those are prob around 27 or so which is smaller and wont look right even if you drop it.

I had no problem filling my wheel wells with 25's....

I also have 1.5" adapters laying around along with 17 inch rims and tires with no use for them lol
Its actually a 28.9 so its closer to 29"
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thats a 28 inch diameter tire, those are prob around 27 or so which is smaller and wont look right even if you drop it.

I had no problem filling my wheel wells with 25's....

I also have 1.5" adapters laying around along with 17 inch rims and tires with no use for them lol
I have no problem filling my wheel wells full with 24 inch tires.
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I have no problem filling my wheel wells full with 24 inch tires.
you are a hell of alot lower than she'll ever be...
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they way i put the 02 17" bullits on mine were to get either the inside of the rim or the outside of your rotor machined to get them to fit on the front but they should just bolt up on the rear with no prob. mine dont rub at all on my truck.
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Those are 215/65/16 which are 27's
the wheels are 16X7 with +45mm offset.

You will need more than 1" spacers for it too look right.
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Yup, from 5x4.5, to 5x114.3mm.
4.5in is equal to 114.3mm
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she dont own
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