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Old 04-05-2010, 12:10 PM
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Default Aggressive fitting mustang wheels on a my Z

lately ive been getting into a lot of drifting so about a month a ago i ordered a set of replica mustang wheels for my drift spares

got these babies for 650 shipped brand new!!

after putting them on i realize they have grown a lot me

quick wash



downtown







quick little sideways action, woo hoooo


specs
F: 18x9.5 -4
R: 18x9.5 -9 (5mm spacer added)

current daily rims's


let me know what yall think. Haters are welcome. Enjoy!
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Old 04-05-2010, 12:14 PM
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Dude i think they look freakin awesome i may have cop a set for my daily's
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where in the world did you pick these up?????????? they look real good bro
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when I first read the title, I was like

.... then I started looking at it .... actually not bad.
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wow surprisingly they look really good
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Old 04-05-2010, 12:19 PM
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thanks guys,

picked these up on ebay, hahaha

when i called to order them the wheel rep. was very confused when i told him i needed 4 18x9.5's and that they were going on a nissan, hahaha
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do not like. glad they are drift spares : P
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They look a lot better than $650 shipped.
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Originally Posted by theianmcdougall View Post
thanks guys,

picked these up on ebay, hahaha

when i called to order them the wheel rep. was very confused when i told him i needed 4 18x9.5's and that they were going on a nissan, hahaha
What tire sizes are running?
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That looks nice actually, after seeing it, I like it!
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225's all around!

haha i know a lot of yall hate it but im a huge aggressive/stretched fan. plus these being my drift spares it was cheaper and handles better for drifting with skinny tires
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225/35? or what? I think they look good. no spacers?

a win at that price.
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225/40 front 225/45 rear
the 45's look like 40's

and a 5 mm spacer in the rear
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Old 04-05-2010, 01:21 PM
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Default Welcome to the club....

...Nice to see someone else do this. Although these are not as aggressive.

...but I'm past aggressive at 67 years of age.

245x45 all around.
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haha there ya go, although those arent aggressive they still dont look bad
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nice for drift spares, clean ride!
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Those actually look pretty sick! Those are the best $650 wheels I have seen, congrats.
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Nice! That actually looks pretty good, and great find for the price!!!
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nice I would take these over any replica wheels including rotas
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think they would clear factory brembos? can you hook me up with where you got em and what offsets, i would like to pick up a set
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