Pics of 18x10.5 Bullitt wheels.....

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  1. SALEENstang96

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    Here's a couple of pics from Mustangworld.com containg 18x10.5 wheels...NICE :hail2:

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    Holy Crapola! Where?? How much?? WHERE?!

    :drool:


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    damn, those look pretty sweet.
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    I think those are the AFS Wheels.....afs.com (I think??? :shrug: )

    When I saw those I was amazed! Those are deep!! :hail2:
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    I agree those wheels are off the hinges. If I had the money to spare they would definetly be the wheels I would get. :nice:
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    im pretty sure those are the wheelreplicas.com wheels because as far as i know, they werew the only ones to have a deep lip on them :nice:

    <<(hates the fact that he didnt wait to buy em and wasted his money on something else) :nonono:
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    mity2 I like Pro3 and all I got was this crappy CT.

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    Those are the Wheelreplicas 17x10.5 Bullitts here are some more pics.
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    tires

    ok quick question I know you can fit 315/35/17 under the rear but on 18 x10.5 how wide a tire can you use, 285? or possibly 305? :shrug:
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    Forgot to ask does anyone know how much the stock bullitts weight?
    And how much the wheelreplicas 17x10.5 deep dish and the 17x9's weight??


    Thanks
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    DAMN.....I think i just messed my pants..LOL..

    I better start doing major burnouts this weekend so i bald my tires and have an excuse to by new rims/tires..LOL..
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    So are there any issues with the width of those wheels. Any offset problems or bump steer/wheel kickback issues? The reason I ask is because Ford said there would be problems with deep dish wheels On the Mach 1 for just these reasons..

    Here is the quote taken from MotorTrend...


    "The other retro cue that falls short are the 17x8.0-in. nouveaux "Magnum 500" wheels. They don't even come close to looking as cool as the authentic chromed steel Mag 500s on the original; we blame the lack of rim offset (depth). Unfortunately, the rim depth required for that "deep dish" look would've caused steering kickback problems, according to Ford Engineering."
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    someone yell at me if i am wrong, but if your buying rims wouldn't you want something a little more differnet then the regular buillits i mean the are very nice but in those pics of them on the car from a distance they look almost the same as OEM
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    I like the stock Bullitt look but wanted a wider rim and always liked the deeper look better. It's just my opinion but I think they are noticeably
    different and much meaner than stock bullits and wider after market bullitts that don't have the deep lip more "RETRO" thats what I like about them :shrug: :shrug:


    Any one have the answers to the earlier rim weight questions ???
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    The issue with steering kickback is just that,... steering. His deep dish wheels are in the rear. (no steering)

    I too like the bullets, but I like chrome for my ride. I might just get a set of the deep dish for the rear someday.
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    I still have my 17x8 OEM bullitts from my GT. I wonder what the cobra would look like with 17x8 front and 17x10.5 rear bullitt wheels???? anybody know of any pics of an 03 Cobra with Bullitts?

    -Jason

    EDIT: Never mind, their offset is equal to or less than the AFS wheels which I know will need IRS bolt modification and possibly wheel spacers to get proper clearance. :(
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    Man I need to get my 18x9/18x10s mounted... I just don't need tires yet... I'll have copious amounts of pics when I do though... :D

    Look sweet! :nice:
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    those are very sweet but I thought they were 17's if I can remember correctly.

    I think his name is TruBlue or somethin at modular depot.

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