Ford Website - Select Wheels

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  1. Shark77

    Shark77 Well-Known Member

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    That has been there a while ... I remember playing with it at least a couple of months ago, if not sometime mid-December when the site was launched.

    Doug
     
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    I just realized that the wheels that have been pictured on many of the recent 5.0's pictured thus far are actually the 20" wheels. I've been assuming all this time those were the standard GT wheels. Now i'm slightly disappointed.

    What are the standard GT wheels and what are the standard Eco/V6 wheels?
    Does a premium package mean a different wheel as well?
    20" machined pictured above (my fav) is included in any pkg or option-only?

    So far as I understand:
    Performance Pkg = 19" gloss black wheels
    Anniversary Pkg = 19" anniversary wheels without the extra darkening
     
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    yup... this has been there since December 5th 2013...
     
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    My guess would be the 18" Machined wheels will be on the Standard GT by means of deduction. :shrug:
     
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    xlover King of Laserball

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    if you refer to the options leak thread the 20s look to be a $1295 option for premium models (eco, GT)
     
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    Hmm, I think i'd likely just sell the stockers and get something similiar in the aftermarket at 19" to save on tire costs.
     
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    Does anyone have any preferences with where they buy rims? (j/c)
     
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    I get that its a render, but the quality of the mix and match with the colors and wheels is piss poor....really fuzzy and low res.....They can do better, much better.
     
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    deeps29 Bizarre Edition!

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    I agree and it is annoying.
     
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    Click the HD Button... HD.jpg
     
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    Well that's new... the 20" look best, and no sight of the horrendous Eco PP wheels...
     
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