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Old 01-17-2018, 02:30 PM   #16
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Do you have a pic of the window sticker by chance?
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Old 01-17-2018, 02:40 PM   #17
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Should be this one here:
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Ford done it again with nice factory wheels!
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Old 01-17-2018, 02:47 PM   #19
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beautiful car. if you remove that wheel gap it would make just perfect.

Add a factory supercharger and you have a 60k PP2 fully loaded with 727HP. A monster.

I know, might be better buying a gt500 instead......
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beautiful car. if you remove that wheel gap it would make just perfect.

Add a factory supercharger and you have a 60k PP2 fully loaded with 727HP. A monster.

I know, might be better buying a gt500 instead......
A used one would be cheaper but slower, a new GT500 would cost like 10-20K more at least.
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Agreed. Some of the Ford factory wheels look amazing
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Looks great but $50K? Eff that.
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I wouldn't pay a cent more for those wheels. I'd go aftermarket.

I really hope a lot of guys that buy this car will have your attitude, because I would pay top dollar for these wheels/tires as new takeoffs.
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Is it me or the front tires look taller than the rears?
No, It's actually got 20's on the front and 17's on the back. Of the same wheel.
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Looks great but $50K? Eff that.
That's kinda the theme with these '18s. So many of us got our GT PPs for like $29k-$32k. Obviously we still need to wait for end of the '18 MY blowouts, but the sticker shock on these GTs is just brutal now.
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The rears look shorter because the wheel is 1/2" wider so it stretches the sidewall slightly.

Ford will probably offer these in their FRPP catolog. I'm wondering how a 305/35/19 tire will look compared to these 305/30/19.
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I really hope a lot of guys that buy this car will have your attitude, because I would pay top dollar for these wheels/tires as new takeoffs.
Why? There are many more choices going aftermarket. Those wheels look like ones on my neighbors older Challenger. Pattern is not agressive.
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Why? There are many more choices going aftermarket. Those wheels look like ones on my neighbors older Challenger. Pattern is not agressive.
They arent too much different from my neighbors Subaru WRX, but they do still look really nice.
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That's kinda the theme with these '18s. So many of us got our GT PPs for like $29k-$32k. Obviously we still need to wait for end of the '18 MY blowouts, but the sticker shock on these GTs is just brutal now.
Yeah thatís what I paid. Great bang for the buck at that price. Of course Iíd never pay more than 30-35k for a car period. Just not worth it to me.
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Why? There are many more choices going aftermarket. Those wheels look like ones on my neighbors older Challenger. Pattern is not agressive.
Because they're forged, have an ideal offset and width, and are OEM. I usually prefer quality OEM parts to most aftermarket components. Just personal preference.
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