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Old 12-18-2013, 09:41 PM   #1
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So I recently got a 2002 gt and I was looking at wheels at american muscle. I really like the charcoal AMR wheel but I want to see a little more of what they would look like on my car. I want to know for sure if these are the wheel i want. Soo if anyone has a set of AMR's on their SN95 post a picture lets see em. Also post what size your wheels are. Im not sure if i should get an 18 or 19 in wheel. Tips and other help on the matter would really help.
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Old 12-19-2013, 09:50 AM   #2
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So I recently got a 2002 gt and I was looking at wheels at american muscle. I really like the charcoal AMR wheel but I want to see a little more of what they would look like on my car. I want to know for sure if these are the wheel i want. Soo if anyone has a set of AMR's on their SN95 post a picture lets see em. Also post what size your wheels are. Im not sure if i should get an 18 or 19 in wheel. Tips and other help on the matter would really help.
Congratulations on your new Mustang! I think the AMR's look great on New Edge Mustangs. The wheel is much more commonly seen on a 05+ Mustang, but I'm a big fan on any generation!

Post up some pictures of your Car, we'd love to check it out. We have some customer submitted images on all of our product pages so you can check out a few of them Here.

If I were you on a New Edge I'd probably go 18x9 all the way around. You could also do 18x8 up front and 18x9 out back to go for the staggered look! I think that's the best looking set up.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future.

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Old 12-19-2013, 10:28 AM   #3
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I do not have AMR's on my SN95 but I do have them on my S197 and love them. Quality is very high, they are not light (if you are wondering about weight), and of course AM's customer service is great! As for size. My vote would be stay with 18's. IMO 19's are to large for the New Edge models and the price for tires for 19's are high, while selection on sizes can be limited.

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Definitely the 18's. Also check out the TSW Nurburgring wheels in charcoal. I think you will like them as well and they are LIGHTER which is more important then you might think performance wise.
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:37 AM   #5
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where can i find these TSW Nurburgring wheels? are they on american muscle or another website
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Most def go with 18s. BTW what color is your car?
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:52 AM   #7
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I kind of wanted to do the thing where you have a dark wheel and tint the windows
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